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Arvind Kejriwal is right, Delhi deserves full statehood. In Delhi, law and order is run by the central government. Why will all of India decide who the station house officer of Mehrauli police station should be?
Dropping Aamir Khan as the brand ambassador of 'Incredible India' is not an example of 'intolerance'. This is a role that requires a bit of two-way goodwill between both parties and when that has run its course, it’s best to part ways gracefully.
It is strange that both the government and the media have been under-playing the Kashmir angle in the Pathankot attack. The terrorist strike on the Indian Air Force base has been blamed on the Jaish-e-Mohammed, but what is JEM?
24-year-old Roman Saini quit the IAS to turn into a free e-tutor: "Personally, it was a difficult decision to quit the civil services, as I have utmost respect for it. But I believe in Unacademy’s vision of free education."
Here are five tips for making the transition to eating more raw foods painless and fun, no matter what your current diet or lifestyle.
Whether due to the odd-even rule or not, air pollution levels in Delhi has fallen. Data showed PM2.5 concentration on January 9 to be at the lowest level since December 25. It was also lower than the level recorded on the same day in 2015.
Senior Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy courted controversy after he offered the 'Lord Krishna' package to the Muslim community: for three temples keep 39,997 mosques.
Former Union Minister Manish Tewari raked up the 2012 troop movement controversy, saying a media report about army units moving towards Delhi without notifying the then UPA government was "unfortunate but true."
India is likely to say it has “no interest” in sending troops to Syria to fight in any of the anti-IS coalitions, officials have told The Hindu.
After being deported from the US despite having valid documents, 16 students were held back for eight hours at the Hyderabad airport for "paperwork." In the past fortnight, over 150 US-bound students have been deported.
Vishwa Hindu Parishad (VHP) leader Pravin Togadia has claimed that his organisation had re-converted more than five lakh Christians and 2.5 lakh Muslims to Hinduism in the last ten years.
Off The Front Page
Two sisters from Dubai had an unusual request for the Hyderabad Police. Could the police help them find their mother, whom they hadn’t met for 27 years? The only lead was a faded photograph and an Indian passport from 1981.
In Mumbai, a man drowns trying to save three girls who fell off a cliff while taking a selfie. While the onlookers kept screaming for help, Ramesh was the only one who jumped in the sea without a moment of hesitation.
Ghalib Guru, son of Mohammad Afzal Guru, who was hanged in 2013 for his role in the 2001 Parliament Attack, has scored an impressive 95% in the 10th standard examinations conducted by the Jammu and Kashmir Board of School Examination.
With over 1.41 lakh women engineers — the highest in the country by a long margin — Bengaluru has more women engineers than municipalities in New Delhi, Mumbai and Kolkata.
Hindu Gods forgotten in India revered in Japan: the 6th century Siddham script is preserved in Japan, though it has disappeared from India.
"In any reckoning of Indian intellectual history, one figure whose achievement is almost unparalleled is Abhinavagupta. Although usually described as a Kashmiri Saiva philosopher, the range of his work and its originality defy easy classification. He lies at the centre of so many currents of intellectual thinking," writes Pratap Bhanu Mehta in The Indian Express.
"A politically combustible discussion on possible strategies to address both “rape Jihad” and the so-called, “love Jihad” is raging in European countries as a result of a massive sexual assault orchestrated and organised by groups of men who are described to be a combination of 'North African and/or Arab origin,'" writes Mrutyuanjai Mishra in The Times Of India.
"Public opinion is fickle, like the Roman mob at Caesar’s funeral, which was earlier against Caesar, but changed its attitude after one short speech of Mark Antony. The Kejriwal bubble will sooner or later burst, like a Ponzi scheme," writes Markandey Katju in the Hindustan Times.Suggest a correction