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Saina Nehwal was thwarted in her quest to become first Indian women's player to win a gold medal at the World Championship. She lost her final match against defending champion and number one seed Carolina Marin,16-21 19-21, in Jakarta on Sunday.
Pakistan's Punjab province Home Minister Shuja Khanzada was assassinated Sunday in a suicide attack, killing at least 12 people and injuring several others.
Kannada film 'Thithi' has won two Locarno awards.
An Indonesian airliner carrying 54 people that went missing Sunday was finally found crashed in a village. It had lost contact with ground control while flying in bad weather on a short flight in the country's mountainous easternmost province of Papua.
An integral part of PM Modi's maiden trip--spanning the 16th and 17th of August-- to the United Arab Emirates will be a visit to a labour camp that hosts several Indian construction workers and other blue collar workers.
The Vyapam scam has failed to dent the prospects of the Bharatiya Janata Party in Madhya Pradesh, with the ruling party winning power in eight of the 10 civic bodies, to which elections were held on August 12.
Below-par rainfall across India for more than two weeks has pushed the monsoon deficit to 10% below normal, increasing worries of a second successive drought year in the country.
The Gujarat government is moving to punish suspended IPS officer, Sanjiv Bhatt, as he allegedly appears in a "sex video" with a woman, who is not his wife. Bhatt had accused PM Modi of being deliberately negligent during the Gujarat riots.
After 712 bars in Kerala were closed from April this year as part of the state government's new liquor policy, officials say the use of narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances has gone up in the state.
PM Narendra Modi on Sunday said he wanted to see UAE emerge as India's foremost partner in trade and counterterror measures, describing the country as a paradise built in a desert with "unmatched vision".
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The RSS, which has so far kept women out of its shakhas, has of late been striving towards a gender balance. It has stepped up efforts to get more women enrolled in its affiliates and asked these to appoint women as office-bearers too.
The UAE today decided to allot land for building a temple in Abu Dhabi, the first in the Emirati capital as Prime Minister Narendra Modi today began his two-day visit to the strategic Gulf nation.
This is how Whatsapp played a key role in helping police nab a criminal-suspect aboard a train in Odisha.
Maya Escueta says that access to technology, on its own, cannot ensure improved learning outcomes.
Jayshree Venkatesan finds that the national Jan Dhan Yojana, with it's thrust to bring India's poor into the banking system, still poses formidable barriers for access.
Manu Joseph says that "...political correctness has become despotic and stifling and in Trump and Swamy and others of their type, people find an outlet..."