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Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje's shaky political standing was hit by aftershocks Wednesday evening as Times Now news channel revealed a document bearing her signature, supporting Lalit Modi's immigration plea with UK authorities in 2011.
Ruma Biswas explains why women can be better negotiators even in the corporate world.
Journalist Praful Bidwai, who was a vocal critic of nuclear technology and a peace activist, died in Amsterdam of a cardiac arrest.
The UP police may be having a tough time booking the murderers of journalists in the state, but they've finally found the thief who stole minister Azam Khan's buffaloes last year.
A top public prosecutor says she is under pressure from government investigative agencies to go soft on the Hindu extremists, accused of the Malegaon terror attack in 2008.
The BJP faces further potential embarrassment after a Delhi court admitted a petition challenging Smriti Irani's educational qualifications.
Maharashtra minister Pankaja Munde was embroiled in allegations that she favoured certain food companies, who've been supplying contaminated food in the state.
Louisiana governor and Indian-born Bobby Jindal has formally announced his bid for the White House.
Off The Front Page
While Twitter is agog over a proposal by the Kerala government to have tennis legend, Steffi Graf, promote Ayurveda there is no word from the Fraulein herself.
A computer science course in Delhi University has set a barrier of 100% for admission.
A woman, who last year was alleged to have married convicted gangster Abu Salem in a train, has said that her reputation has been tarred and therefore wants to formally marry him, for social redemption.
India ranks among the bottom 10 of an index that rates 77 countries in their encouragement of women entrepreneurs.
Rezaul Laskar wonders why many Indians have now started to refer to Ramzan as Ramadan.
Rama Bijapurkar says that compromising the IIM's autonomy can only hinder Narendra Modi's Make in India plan.
TP Sreenivasan says that a plan to induct policy experts laterally into the Indian Foreign Service, is ill conceived.