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Sudheendra Kulkarni, who valiantly chaired a book launch, inspite of having his face blackened by Shiv Sainiks, has long been associated with dissent, right from his days as a journalist for the tabloid Blitz.
2015 may be the best ever year for Indian startups, according to a NASSCOM-Zinnov report on the state of start-ups in India. Here's why.
Dhrubaa Mukherjee describes the bustle around Durga Puja as " more about coming together as a community, revelling in song, dance, art, food, and friendly banter, even with random strangers than about religion or devotion."
A girl from Delhi suffocated to death at a Skrillex concert organised in Gurgaon. Senior police sources say that over-crowding may have had a role.
The Supreme Court has brought discussions about a Uniform Civil Code back onto the table. Here's what you need to know as background.
The Shiv Sena is flexing its muscles viz-a-viz the BJP and displaying brinkmanship against CM Devendra Fadnavis' comment that the party had brought 'disrepute' to Maharashtra.'
The Indian Express finds 300 engineers in Uttar Pradesh who've had no work, but are being paid salaries, for the past 10 years.
Pakistan’s top civilian and military leadership knew about Osama bin Laden’s presence in the country much before the U.S. Navy SEALs killed him in a raid in 2011, the former Defence Minister of Pakistan has claimed.
Try not falling sick today as chemists across the country are due to observe a strike to protest the government's proposal to allow medicines to be sold online.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for criminal prosecution of sacked IPS officer Sanjiv Bhatt for allegedly hacking the email account of the then additional advocate general of Gujarat, Tushar Mehta, and for forcing a junior police official to file a false affidavit in a Gujarat riots case.
In an effort to go hi-tech for operational efficiency, apart from contributing to environmental conservation, the Delhi Assembly is aiming to go paperless by the next budget session.
Off The Front Page
Leonardo DiCaprio is set to visit Delhi and shoot at the Centre for Science and Environment, for his forthcoming documentary on climate change.
An inconspicuous shuffle of alphabets in an email id, was all it took to dupe public sector behemoth Oil and Natural Gas Commission of Rs 197 crore.
Unable to get over the death of his son Sage in 2012, Sylvester Stallone sent his half brother to perform the shradh ritual, a set of prayers for the dead, at Rishikesh.
Smokers and litterbugs are being swept clean off the stations in the Capital, with the Swachh Bharat campaign also earning the railways some big money — Rs 1 crore in nine months.
Jatin Singh of Skymet explains why his agency didn't anticipate the drought of 2015 and how these events may have moved the venerable India Meteorological Department to act with unusual boldness.
Pratap Bhanu Mehta says of the protests by Sahitya Akademi writers as "one in defence of liberty. It is a warning that our institutional fabric is no longer preserving values."
PDT Achary says that the notion of sedition is anachronistic in 21st century India.
Vanita Kohii-Khandekar discusses the links between good journalism and economic growth. " Journalism is the antiseptic that keeps the government and the system clean. Well, the one in India is clearly not very effective. Can someone reinvent it please?"