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PM Modi has called a meeting to discuss ways to revive the stalled POSCO project in Odisha.
The wife of former Star India CEO Peter Mukherjea was arrested Tuesday by police for her alleged role in her sister's murder in 2012.
A Buzzfeed video says that Switzerland is the best place to be a teacher and Indonesia, the worst.
Congress spokesperson, Sanjay Jha, says that Modi has blundered on Pakistan.
Hardik Patel's agitation in Ahmedabad for privileges for the Patel community is teetering on violence.
The government is likely to pass a fresh ordinance, which will be free of the 13 amendments proposed, to keep alive the land acquisition bill.
Indian authorities are worried that at least 17 missing Indians may have gone on to join the Islamic State.
In a huge setback, the ruling Congress in Karnataka has lost the Bangalore civic polls to the BJP, which has performed a hat-trick, by retaining its hold over the 198-member corporation.
Muslims have registered a moderate 0.8 per cent growth to touch 17.22 crore in the decade between 2001 and 2011, up from 13.8 crore, while Hindus declined by 0.7 per cent at 96.63 crore during the period, according to the latest census data on religion.
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India's Information and Technology Ministry has launched a telemedicine health network without involving the health ministry.
Delhi's asthamatic chief minister, Arvind Kejriwal, is the first to sign up for the forthcoming Delhi half marathon.
A 'psychopath' is on the loose in Andhra Pradesh after he's suspected to have injected two with suspected, infectious agents.
Plugging into the popularity of instant noodle brand Maggi, Nestle India has released new 'miss-you Maggi' ads on social media.
Pratiksha Baxi says that rape continues to be trivialized by the Indian politicians.
Nityanand Jayaraman says that scientists ought to be subject to public scrutiny for objective assessments to come about.