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Narendra Modi may have made a seismic jump from tea seller to prime minister but Mumbai-based Raju Yadav, who went from tea-delivery boy to web developer, is no less inspiring.
Ayush Sharma, son of a Kanpur mechanic and the first in his family to come within striking distance of attending college, secured a full scholarship to study engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology, regarded as the world's foremost engineering school.
After a disenchanted AAP worker demanded that Kejriwal return the blue Wagon R, another AAP volunteer Sunil Lal, who claims to have designed the AAP logo, has asked the party to stop using his "intellectual property" on any political handbills, websites, flags, posters and stationery.
A Shiv Sena MLA has filed a privilege motion against columnist Shobhaa De for her criticism of the Maharashtra government’s move to promote Marathi films during primetime slots in multiplexes.
India has won global praise for the timely, brave and highly-precise rescue of nearly 4000 nationals from volatile Yemen, where a Saudi-led air campaign against Shi'ite Houthi fighters has left hundreds dead and injured.
PM Modi’s penchant for hosting riverside chats and garden-discussions with world leaders may be reciprocated on his forthcoming trip to Europe, with French President Holland set to host him on a ride down the river Seine.
India’s predilection for male children may be significantly impeding overall nutritional levels among its population, says a US-led study.
The Supreme Court will settle on Thursday, once and for all, whether an accused can re-call a witness for re-examination. This is significant in rape cases such as the ongoing Uber trial in Delhi.
In one of the most important deals in India’s nascent mobile-commerce space, Snapdeal has, according to The Business Standard, bought mobile-transactions platform Freecharge for Rs 2500-crore.
Keeping to a poll promise made to rickshaw drivers and taxi drivers, Delhi’s AAP government has decided to withdraw the powers of the traffic police that now allow them to book drivers for minor offences such as overcharging, refusing to ply and not wearing a uniform.
Ex Prime Minister Manmohan Singh can breathe easy until 2018 as his appeal against the trial court, summoning him as an accused in a coal scam, has gone into deep freeze.
Off The Front Page
Court crusader and rabble rouser Subramanian Swamy has announced a new party called the Virat Hindustan Sangam (VHS), whose stated aim, according to The Times of India, is to ‘... articulate Hindutva values through youth and academic forums and find Hindutva solutions to national issues..’
The Haryana government stepped in with a Rs 1 lakh assistance-package for a gold medal-winning boxer, who was forced by poverty to work as a maid.
Astronomers have for the first time discovered complex organic molecules outside our solar system that may be able to recreate life. In another event, the NASA on Wednesday has said that humanity is likely to witness the first signs of alien life in the next 10 years.
The emerging ‘status’ symbol isn’t a Birkin bag but a Whatsapp status message announcing that one is “giving up” a subsidised LPG cylinder.
The star of the inaugural IPL clash between the Mumbai Indian and victors Kolkata Knight Riders turned out to be owner Shah Rukh Khan’s youngest son AbRam.
Some members of the IPL team, Kings XI Punjab, are blushing about wearing jerseys with the logo of their latest sponsor, Mankind Pharma, a prominent condom maker.
An Indian-origin woman, nicknamed the "Bombshell Bandit" and convicted of robbing four banks in three US states, has been sentenced to 66 months in prison.
Dipankar Dasgupta, in The Telegraph, says that India has to deal with divergent challenges such as “needing to compete in a weak world market on the one hand and preventing unemployment from rearing its head at home on the other.”
Srimoyi Bagchi, says in The Telegraph that clubbing sexual minorities such as gay, lesbian and transgender under a single ‘LGBT’ umbrella can prevent a nuanced understanding on the differences within such a category.
Indira Jaisingh, in The Indian Express, says that PM Modi’s reference to “five star activists” reflects a lack of understanding of the functioning styles the executive and the judiciary.