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The medical board, comprising doctors from Delhi, Chandigarh and Puducherry was formed to study the findings of FBI and AIIMS.
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Tharoor was launching his latest book 'An Era of Darkness: The British Empire in India'
An antique of Nataraja idol, 12 Ganesha idols, 10 Hanuman idols, twelve 32 GB pen drives and an internet dongle were also stolen.
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"Today she has passed into history."
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There couldn't have been a more apt time for a book like An Era of Darkne to be written. Just as judges look at past precedents to arrive at a conclusion on a present case, we needed a book that tell...
Of colonialism, Congress, Kerala, gunpowder and ghee
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The fertile mind of India's left liberal lobby boasts a rich repertoire of warped phantasmata that it has used with varying effectivene to target nationalists. For a long time, it was the spectre of...
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India's cities are a mess because local governments are totally inept and unaccountable. The 74th Amendment's attempt more than 20 years ago to establish urban local bodies as institutions of self-government has failed. But now there is hope. This month, without fanfare, Shashi Tharoor introduced a Bill in Parliament to fix these ailments. It goes right to the heart of the matter.
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She denied any relationship with Shashi Tharoor.
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No one's going to forget the Tanmay Bhat episode in a hurry. From the Mumbai Police bending over backwards to appease the political cla and asking Orkut to remove a Snapchat video to MNS workers thre...
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When former cricketer Sreesanth decided to be a politician, he probably wasn't expecting this. In a country where cricketers are nearly worshipped, one doesn't know what it is to be a politician until...
In response to a question raised by a student during his JNU visit, Dr. Tharoor said that Kanhaiya had some things in common with Bhagat Singh, both being victims of the sedition law. Twitter trolls and critics, blind and deaf to established facts, did what they do best--shower abuse and spread misinformation. So, was this controversy in the name of Bhagat Singh a deliberate misinformation campaign aiming to kill two birds with one stone?
As an incident, it’s small, almost not newsworthy. A student from JNU walked up to the nearby National University for Educational Planning and Administration to see whether its documentation centre ha...