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Yakub Memon was executed, to plan, early Thursday.
Two Indians, Anshu Gupta--a relief worker--and Sanjiv Chaturvedi, a corruption whistleblower, were among those chosen for this year's prestigious Ramon Magsaysay awards.
The ISIS is preparing to attack India to provoke an Armageddon-like confrontation with the US, according to an internal recruitment document of the feared group which also seeks to unite the Pakistani and Afghan Taliban into a single army of terror.
Fresh reports surfaced Wednesday indicating that the leader of the Afghan Taliban, Mullah Mohammed Omar, has died.
Shekhar Gupta says that the time has come for a more wide-ranging debate on the death penalty in India.
Kiran Kumbhar makes the case that public health needs to be part of a wider media discourse in India.
Weeks after the ban on Maggi, the cabinet has approved a consumer protection bill that, if it became law, can impose potential life imprisonment and allow class action law suits to be initiated for unfair trade practices and infringement of food-safety standards.
For the first time in 17 years, fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) major Nestle India on Wednesday reported a loss of Rs 64 crore during the April-June quarter, against a profit of Rs 288 crore from a year ago, as sales took a hit after the Maggi ban.
Pressure is building on India to set CO2 emission limits on itself, ahead of PM Modi's visit to New York this September and the UN climate summit in Paris in December.
The Delhi High Court on Wednesday dismissed app-based taxi service Ola’s plea for interim relief.
The tribal affairs ministry has said it doesn't have the power to check whether forest councils were consulted, before the state takes over their forests.
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Delhi's iconic DefExpo, an annual event that showcases the latest in military tech by international defence companies, will shift out of the capital city to Goa from next year.
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi today went on television to apologise after pictures surfaced of him dancing at a tea estate in Kaziranga at a time when the state is mourning former President A.P.J. Abdul Kalam's demise.
Srinath Raghavan says "instead of focussing on flaky “soft power” initiatives such as Yoga or Buddhism, the government should aim to get its institutional muscle into shape," for an effective foreign policy.
KPS Gill says that the terror attack in Gurdaspur reveals the extent to which counter-terrorism expertise, developed in Punjab over three decades, are decaying.
Mihir Sharma says that the disappointing first quarter results of Indian corporates show up the structural deficiencies in India's growth story.
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