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Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Jagmohan Dalmiya, 75, succumbed to a heart attack late Sunday.
Following a Bombay high court reprieve over Maggi, Nestle India has released an ad describing the company's "100-year-old relationship" with India, without once mentioning its flagship Maggi noodles.
Ravina Raj Kohli describes the centrality of the 'nose' to social propriety in India.
A 24-year-old man was arrested today for allegedly posing as an official from the Prime Minister's Office and calling up a government office in Chandigarh to seek a personal favour.
Nepal’s seventh Constitution in 67 years became the object of celebration and concern soon after President Ram Baran Yadav promulgated it on Sunday from a decorated rostrum inside the Constituent Assembly (CA) in Kathmandu.
To defuse recent tensions, India and Pakistan will hold a flag meeting, led by Brigadiers, to ease tensions over recent crossborder violations.
Maharashtra leads the country in the number of women convicted of crime.
India will launch its first space observatory Astrosat on September 28, becoming only the fourth country to have a lookout in orbit, Isro sources said Sunday.
When Union Minister General V. K. Singh was just days away from retiring as its chief in 2012, the Army destroyed dozens of documents on a military intelligence unit that he had created and whose activities and funding had attracted widespread scrutiny.
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Worried that his daughter may join the Islamic State, a retired army man has sought the help of the National Investigation Agency to convince her of the error of her ways.
India's culture minister, Mahesh Sharma, has a soulmate in Republican President-hopeful, Ben Carson, who as part of campaign polls said Muslims were unfit to be President of the United States.
Road accidents on an major highway in Telangana have taken the lives of 80 men since 2006, rendering an entire village widowed, according to a Times of India report.
Manu Joseph wonders whether pre-nups would be a good idea in India. "A marriage that has its terms of separation in a material form, on a printed sheet of paper, in the safe perhaps, is a precarious marriage. A prenup is as morbid as the will of a child, and as absurd."
Varghese George says the reinvention of Hindutva, as a political strategy, lies in dominant castes getting closer to the more numerous lower castes and portraying Muslims as the enemy. This informs Modi's rhetoric without which "...it would be like Amitabh Bachchan acting in a silent movie."
Citing the limitations of the Gujarat development model, Yogendra Alagh says: "India needs a land-use plan to temper the present chaos and corruption in land markets.