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Nawazuddin Siddiqui's interrupted-reporter act in Bajrangi Bhaijaan was inspired by this real-life Pakistani journalist.

Sanjay Swami details three ways to a cashless economy.

This is how a Haryana milkman's son battled the odds to become an international golf champion.

The RSS fervidly imagines that non-vegeterian food in some IIT hostels is part of some large, bizarre "anti-India" conspiracy.

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The Uttar Pradesh Police now have an audio recording of rape-accused godman, Asaram Bapu, offering a bribe to a witness, who was later found dead.

The Ministry of External Affairs has questioned the integrity of former diplomat, Devyani Khobragade, in a Delhi High Court. During the UPA regime, the MEA's support to her fuelled the fracas between the US and India.

Assam Chief minister, Tarun Gogoi, has ordered a probe into the alleged bribery of officials by US-based Louis Berger Group to win the contract for project management consultancy in a Guwahati water-supply project.

The Supreme Court has allowed investigating agencies to charge and oppose bail for 245, involved in various recruitment scams such as Vyapam.

India's space agency has successfully conducted a landmark ground test of a high-thrust cryogenic engine, a key step towards building a version of the Geosynchronous Satellite Launch Vehicle (GSLV) that can launch 4,000kg class satellites and support manned space missions.

The BJP's game plan to counter the Modi-Sushma storm, on the eve of the Monsoon session, is to underline Rahul Gandhi's 'anti-development' credentials.

Amitabh Bachchan has denied being payed Rs 6 crore for his endorsement of DD Kisan channel.

Off The Front Page

The West Bengal government has moved a petition to challenge the Supreme Court order banning photographs of politicans in government ads, simply because ads in Bengal without Mamata Banerjee are inconceivable.

David Nnang, from Nagaland, was denied entry into a Pune museum after he failed to convince security authorities that he was an Indian.

The RSS has commissioned a plush, modern office-cum-residential complex, in place of its old headquarters, in the heart of Delhi.


Balbir Punj says that madrasas that only impart religious education are holding students back.

Rohit Dhankar says that while Twitter can be a robust forum to build debate, it can't be used to make coherent arguments.

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