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Two days after rumours of cow slaughter sparked violence in Mainpur, Uttar Pradesh, senior police officials have found prima facie evidence suggesting that some right-wing groups instigated the agitation against four Muslim men.
Ravina Raj Kohli heralds the man-eater. "Digital literacy is creating emancipation. Beware, wusses. We women have no intentions of turning back to analogue."
Communist Party of Nepal (Unified Marxist-Leninist) CPN-UML Chairman K.P. Sharma Oli has been elected as the new Prime Minister of Nepal.
With her documentary freshly released even in Karachi, Malala is back in the spotlight, trailing stories behind her. On Twitter, some Pakistanis are dredging up an old tale: of a CIA puppet involved in a drama to destabilize Pakistan's tribal northwest.
Defence Minister, Manohar Parrikar, who describes himself as 'hardcore RSS' said that the consumption of beef was a matter of 'individual opinion.'
The Indian High Commission in Colombo and the Sri Lanka Red Cross Society (SLRCS) have launched a joint investigation into a complaint by a war-displaced widow against a Red Cross official for 'soliciting sexual favours' in return for houses in an Indian government-funded housing project in the country's northern province.
The Jammu and Kashmir high court has ruled that Article 370 of the Constitution that grants the state special status is “permanent” and “beyond amendment, repeal or abrogation”.
Chief minister Mamata Banerjee on Sunday tweeted her support for Missionaries of Charity's decision to opt out of the adoption programme.
A day before the first phase of assembly elections in Bihar, Prime Minister Narendra Modi played the Dalit card and said his government supported reservation policy for the socially backward sections.
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Union home ministry does not know the definition of the word ‘Hindu,' according to a response given for an RTI query.
An 18-year-old Indian boy in the UAE has become the youngest affiliate with a global body for professional accountants, according to a media report.
Doordarshan is upset that a new agency for rating television channels that it had helped establish is using feedback only from urban households, which the public broadcaster argues is the reason behind its poor ratings.
Seema Chisti likens Modi's election speech in Bihar to the 'doosra' delivery in cricket. 'Desperate to hear about development, not caste, and murder, not beef, we felt a little cheated when the doosra was delivered.'
A looming problem for agriculture is that it sorely lacks a charismatic leader, says Ashok Gulati. 'First and foremost, we need a true champion of agriculture in the Union cabinet — someone who has a clear vision and the commitment and passion to tap the full potential of Indian agriculture in a global setting.'
Manu Joseph argues for the necessity of fiction. 'A reader may not be interested in the history of a Colombian village but that is exactly what she acquires from One Hundred Years of Solitude. Also, she may not want to read a sympathetic account of a middle-aged man accused of sexual exploitation, and the aftermath of a consensual sex when a young woman claims it was a violation, but then that is what one half of Disgrace is about. Art, at times, is so potent that nobody realises it is. '