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Dzongsar Jamyang Khyentse rues that in India — the home of Buddhism — the teachings of the Buddha are marginalised, his wisdom unappreciated and legacy invisible in society.
Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar and Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on Monday undocked the first indigenously-built attack submarine Scorpene from Mumbai's Mazagaon docks.
The Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode made history on Sunday by graduating more women for every one of its male students. While this is a record for any Indian institute, the top performers in the graduating batch at IIM-K were also all women.
On the back of serious concerns over India’s deteriorating air quality, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Monday launched India's first 'Air Quality Index', which will start working in 10 Indian cities, and expand to others later.
The Supreme Court has issued a notice to the government asking for larger pictorial warnings on packets of tobacco products like cigarettes and gutka.
On a day when terror attacks killed three policemen in Jammu and Kashmir, Chief Minister Mufti Mohammed Sayeed said the government would work towards a phased withdrawal of the controversial AFSPA from selected areas in the state.
The Supreme Court has asked the government to revisit laws that now allow juveniles to get away with serious crime such as rape, dacoity and murder.
After signing agreements with India and Russia on the peaceful uses of atomic energy, Sri Lanka has entered into a similar deal with Pakistan on Monday.
During proceedings to a court case challenging Maharashtra’s ban on beef, the government said it plans to expand the ban on cow slaughter to other animals.
Amidst news that parties that once made up the Janata Party were likely to coalesce, the Congress also made overtures to former ‘Congress’ parties such Mamata Banerjee’s TMC and Sharad Pawar’s NCP. The plan is to form a larger group to take on the BJP.
In a major setback to the Vijay Mallya-owned Kingfisher Airlines, the Supreme Court on Monday directed it to pay the government outstanding tax dues of Rs 372 crore collected from the airline’s employees.
Off The Front Page
A visit to Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s birthplace Vadnagar and a stop at the railway station where he used to sell tea are now part of a tour package offered by Gujarat Government’s tourism agency.
A questionnaire-based study on World Health Day has found that compared to government employees, nearly 42.5 per cent of India’s private-sector workers suffer from depression or general anxiety disorder.
A Tamil Nadu temple, as part of a ritual, auctioned off nine ‘magic’ lemons for a whopping Rs 61,000. The lemons are to help childless couples conceive.
In what has added turbulence to the fractious political order in Bihar, activists affiliated to Lalu Prasad's RJD allegedly carried out a ‘purification ceremony’ on a statue of socialist leader Lohia, soon after it was garlanded by Dalit leader and the former chief minister, Jitan Ram Manjhi.
Assam Congress legislator Rumi Nath has landed in trouble for helping car-jacker Anil Chauhan get parking passes to the state’s Assembly premises.
Jayan Jose Thomas, says in The Hindu that China’s leadership of the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank has tectonic implications for the world.
Brijesh Dayal, in The Telegraph, says that former army chief General VK Singh must put in more effort to discard his army past and embrace his ministerial persona.
Pratap Bhanu Mehta, in The Indian Express, says that we seem to have inconsistent responses to the recent massacre in Kenya and Charlie Hebdo. This is because our outrage “...often comes out of collective narcissism more than identification with victims...”