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Ola and Uber, took their rivalry from the roads to trolling each other on Twitter.
Virat Kohli seems to suggest that it was Dhoni’s leadership that was responsible for India’s series defeat in Bangladesh.
The Reserve Bank of India released the Financial Stability Report (FSR) for June 2015. It presents a more resilient picture of the economy, but warns about Indian banks' high levels of bad loans that have worsened their ability to repay debt.
A day after her revelations, Rohini Salian, the public prosecutor in the Malegaon case, said she only wanted to be relieved of her government-mandated duties.
Education, health and transport were the dominant themes of the first ‘democratic’ budget presented by the Aam Aadmi Party in Delhi.
Abuses by police and security forces were among the most significant human rights problems in India last year, said a US government report on Thursday.
Heavy rains, caused by a deep depression over the Arabian Sea, have left 70 dead in Gujarat’s Saurashtra region and parts of South Gujarat since Wednesday.
On the anniversary of the Emergency, the BJP only dug its heels further in its refusal to blame Vasundhara Raje.
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A debutant film director has sought government protection saying a khap panchayat in Uttar Pradesh has issued a death threat to him and demanded a ban on his film, which ridicules such kangaroo courts.
Anna Hazare is, for a change, not agitating against corruption but ‘for corruption when he took on a Pune official who wants several NGOs, including Anna’s, to remove the word ‘corruption’ from their names.
Along with ‘churidar,’ ‘dhaba’ and ‘ bhelpuri,’ the most prominent entrant into the Oxford English dictionary is the phrase ‘arre yaar,’ that can pretty much anything.
Following a trend of several sea mammals ending up dead off India’s west coast, a 42-feet, 20-tonne blue whale was beached off the coast of Mumbai and eventually died, because authorities couldn’t arrange to push it back into the water.
These are apps, employing the Aadhar database, that came up trumps at a hackathon to provide new kinds of online services.
Ruchir Joshi says the agitation at the Film and Technology Institute of India is symptomatic of how government constantly interferes in higher education in India.
Pratap Bhanu Mehta says that the Emergency’s lasting legacy is its diffusion into smaller ‘emergencies,’ which are enmeshed in the state apparatus.
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