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Goa Minister for Factories and Boilers Deepak Dhavalikar supported his wife’s Western-culture-causes-rape theory by revealing that his spouse has never been eve-teased, because she always wore sarees.
Agatha Christie's famous literary hero, Hercule Poirot, could be next solving a mystery in India, according to his new creator Sophie Hannah.
Upset that his son was left out of the Indian World Cup squad, cricketer Yuvraj Singh's father Yograj Singh on Monday let loose an angry tirade against skipper MS Dhoni in a television interview and compared him to the mythical demon king Ravana.
First they came for the beef and now it’s the movies. Maharashtra on Tuesday has ordered multiplexes in the state to include at least one Marathi film everyday in their prime time slot between 6 and 9 pm.
The government plans to relax child labour laws and allow children below the age of 14 to work in select family enterprises as long as it doesn't hamper their education, though some activists say it could impede girls from going to school.
Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mufti Mohammad Sayeed has accepted a pending BJP-demand for creating separate, residential zones for Kashmiri Pandits, a move that some say may whet ghettoisation.
Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu are engaged in an inter-state tiff after the AP police tgunned down 20 alleged smugglers of red sanders, a protected wood with a global demand. Those killed, it turned out, were mostly Tamil Nadu woodcutters hired by the mafia.
In what will significantly influence industries’ dealings with the environment ministry, businesses across India are likely to be classified as red, orange or green depending on their abilities to curb pollution.
Union minister General V K Singh marched into a fresh row on Tuesday for describing the media as 'presstitutes'.
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A perk of being Civil Aviation Minister Ashok Gajapathi Raju, it emerges, is that you aren’t frisked and therefore allowed to carry prohibited items, such as matchboxes, into the aircraft.
The man who donated the iconic blue WagonR, which burnished Arvind Kejriwal's Aam Aadmi credentials, now wants it back as he’s disgusted with the party’s ugly, public feuds.
Similar to the Kerala businessman who mowed a security guard to death, Vikramaditya Singh Judev, scion of the Jashpur royal family ran his vehicle over a teacher, following a land dispute in Jashpur district of Chhattisgarh on Monday.
In a landmark ruling, a US court has allowed a woman to serve divorce papers to her elusive husband through a Facebook message after being repeatedly unable to hear from him.
A Hyderabad based physician was ridiculed on Twitter after he requested a cab company to send him a ‘Hindu’ driver.
Data shows that India’s Border Security Force has lost four times as many troops to off-duty bike accidents than during patrolling borders.
Team India skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni was fined Rs 500 on Tuesday for violating traffic rules, after a top cop in the state saw a picture of him in the papers riding a bike with its number plate askew.
Janaki Nair, reminisces in The Hindu of being educated in Christian institutions and it not having any bearing on her choice of faith.
Kuldip Nayar, says in The Telegraph that Modi, in his international diplomacy skills, sometimes forgets that he’s no longer a chief minister but the Prime Minister of India.
Pradeep Mehta notes in The Indian Express that promoting competition among retailers for providing cheap, reliable power to consumers is difficult given the government’s rent-seeking tendencies.
Anjana Menon notes in The Economic Times that the America's vis-a-vis Cuba is also an opportunity for India to showcase the ‘Make in India’ initiative in South America.