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The Big Ben-pandal that's going viral on Facebook and Twitter is....not a pandal. But happily, it's a first step towards Mamata Banerjee's dream of 'Londonizing' Kolkata.
At the heart of a patent battle, in which Apple may have to shell out $832 million in fines, is a Sikh Indian American professor who led the discovery of the patent.
Google's omniscient algorithms throw up a picture of Narendra Modi when quizzed about the 'first Prime minister of India." It also gets a bunch of pictures of chief ministers of several states wrong.
Being a standup comedian is hard but performing for children, doubly so.
Geeta, the Indian girl who has been stranded in Pakistan for over a decade, is finally coming home.
The family of the 23-year-old, who has a speech and hearing disability, has been located, External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj announced today.
The number of students scoring 95 per cent and above in the Class XII examination conducted by CBSE rose 23 times in six years from 384 in 2008 to 8,971 in 2014. The school boards are going to consider paring this.
In the largest-ever turnout of African leaders in India, at least 41 leaders including South African President Jacob Zuma, Egyptian President Abdel Fattah el-Sisi, Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe and Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari have confirmed their presence in New Delhi for the India-Africa Forum summit on October 29-30.
Nearly 1000 pharma companies are expected to be hit by the government's new norms on barcoding drugs and medicine strips.
Arun Jaitley has accused Kapil Sibalof being the ' brains' behind framing Shyamal Ghosh, the ex-telecom secretary who was recently exonerated by a special court, set up to probe the 2G scam.
The Supreme Court has allowed the use of Aadhar for voluntary schemes such as the MGNREGA.
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Road and Transport minister Nitin Gadkari has said that road project developers could be charged with 'murder' if faulty road design could be proved to responsible for a fatal accident.
In a telling sign of the disintegration of India's joint-family system, companies now offer services to pre- book your funeral.
Telecom operators may have to pay consumers Re 1 as compensation for every call drop experienced, the sector regulator indicated, a day ahead of unveiling a system, strategy and process of identifying call drops.
Khaled Mohammed is wary that India may be becoming as insular as its neighbours. "Internal dissent within Hindu society reflected in criticism over the Dadri outrage is a negative development. It also makes life difficult in the already troubled states in India's neighbourhood."
K Vijayraghavan says that India has had remarkable success in producing scientific talent of the highest order and must not be judged merely on the metric of Nobel prizes. "The ‘system’ needs to change, but the time spent in relentlessly flaying ourselves is the time spent away from working out solutions."
Soli Sorabjee picks out moments of humour and laughter from the usually staid and dry court proceedings in India.