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The government has reportedly offered the position of vice chancellor, of iconic left-leaning Jawaharlal Nehru University, to controversial Bharatiya Janata Party leader Subramanian Swamy. PTI reported, citing unnamed sources, that he has put some conditions before accepting the coveted post.
Multilingual courtroom drama 'Court' will be India's entry to the Oscars this year.
Volkswagen CEO Martin Winterkorn has resigned from the company amidst the emissions scandal.
Meet the school teacher looking to expunge the nonsensical claim in a Chattisgarh school textbook that women are among the reasons for national unemployment.
Bhagwan Chowdhry says Modi's forthcoming visit to Silicon Valley should ideally aim to encourage a 'reverse' brain drain.
The CBI on Wednesday raided the office of the Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Ahmedabad and searched the residence of its joint director, Jitendra Pratap Singh, after registering a case of corruption against him and some of his colleagues.
The Samajwadi Party and BJP have both been named as guilty in panel probing the Muzaffarnagar riots of 2013 that killed 60 and rendered 50,000 homeless.
Leading Indian e-retailer Flipkart's co-founders Sachin Bansal and Binny Bansal are the latest billionaires in the country, with $1.3 billion (Rs.8,582 crore) net worth each, according to leading business magazine Forbes India rich list released on Wednesday.
Of the account holders outed in HSBC's Swiss Bank list by the Indian Express, only Rs 500 crore of a potential Rs 25,000 crore have declared their wealth.
Off The Front Page
Nepal's envoys have said that their constitution is "better than" India's.
Dhokla gets a Michelin-star makeover for the dinner that Modi's hosting for US CEOs in New York.
With Irish children welcoming him by reciting Sanskrit shlokas, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today took a dig at secularists back home saying had this been done in India it would have raised questions.
The Muslim Rashtriya Manch, an offshoot of the RSS, is persuading India's Muslims to give up beef.
N Bhanumurthy says that "India may appear to be far from a deflationary situation, (but) there is clearly disinflation in the economy. This deceleration in inflation could be due to external factors as well as a fall in domestic demand."
Madhu Kishwar compares the meat 'bans' with the injustice of bans on snake charmers, monkey acrobats and acrobats. " I don't know if monkeys, bears and snakes 'rescued' from these groups have remembered to send their thank-you notes to Maneka Gandhi, who takes the credit for having imposed and implemented this ban with zeal and determination," she rues.
Historian Sanjay Joshi criticizes Nehru Memorial Director, Mahesh Rangarajan's removal, as counterproductive "My point is," he says, " do what you must to challenge the hegemony of the entrenched liberal elite, but do that by supporting an alternative vision.Unless, of course, all you are interested in is destroying the old. That would put you in the same league as Pol Pot, the Taliban, or the Islamic State."