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The Aam Aadmi Party ad campaign, that essentially portrays Arvind Kejriwal as the saviour of Delhi, is sexist.
Cisco CEO, John Chambers, is extremely impressed by Narendra Modi and plans to invest $40 million in India.
The ominous Shakti Kapoor is uproariously funny in this dubstep mashup.
In a much-awaited encyclical, or papal pronouncement, Pope Francis has lent the support of the Catholic Church to climate change.
A Bangalore techie, who landed in hometown Mangalore to be at her ailing father-in-law's side, was abused and molested by taxi operators at the airport for trying to take an Ola cab. She made it home in an auto to discover that her father-in-law had just passed away five minutes before she arrived.
In the light of India's self-magnification as a global power, the Narendra Modi government has decided to open its doors - just a crack for a start - for academics and private sector analysts to laterally enter India's tightly-knit Indian Foreign Service.
The spectre of racial, hate crime resurfaced in the United States after a white, 21-year-old gunman killed nine black people worshipping at a church in South Carolina.
Reminiscent of the gross inequality in income distribution, it turns outs that seven out of ten students shortlisted for a seat in the IITs come from just three school boards, of which CBSCE schools account for more than half.
LK Advani's comments, on the pall of the Emergency not having entirely disappeared, has electrified the opposition and put the RSS and the BJP on an embarrassing backfoot.
The Indian Institutes of Management are wary about a new bill that supposedly threatens their autonomy.
Off The Front Page
Mizoram's churches have appealed to the people of the state not to participate in International Yoga Day slated for Sunday, as it is the Sabbath, or a day of rest.
India's unflappable Mahendra Dhoni lost the 'Captain Cool' persona after he was seen, on the field, aggressively shoving Bangladeshi bowler Mustafizur Rahman, the architect of his team's victory in the game.
Banks in tax havens such as Switzerland and Mauritius are seeking to put in place rigorous checks to ensure that they keep out "Indians: looking to open black money accounts, a move that is paradoxically moral and racist.
Swapan Dasgupta warns Narendra Modi to be seen as doing something on the Sushma-Vasundhara-Modi controversy as it now threatening to sully India's international reputation.
Khaled Mohammed notes that even scientists, in Pakistan, often sway to the absurd demands of religious ritual.
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