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Oct 01, 2017
PIL in SC asks if US intelligence tried to protect Mahatma Gandhi before assassinationDid the Office of Strategic Services (OSS), an intelligence agency of the US and a predecessor of the CIA, try to protect Mahatma Gandhi?
Sep 15, 2017
National Film Archive of India mishap: Satayajit Ray's films among 9,200 missing printsShabana Azmi has asked I&B Minister Smriti Irani to look into the 9,200 film prints that have gone missing from the National Film Archives of India, Pune.
Aug 31, 2017
Marathwada Diary: Farmers risk a dicey second sowing as rainfall failure stunts growth of Kharif cropsFarmers in Marathwada gamble on a second sowing in a desperate need to raise some cash ahead of Rabi season as they expect poor yield due to rainfall failure during first round of Kharif sowing
Aug 15, 2017
Five lessons from globalization: Why business leaders must take up greater responsibility to create more winnersBusiness has grown very big and it has to recognise its responsibilities for the future of civilisation
Aug 15, 2017
Independence Day 2017: What Mahatma Gandhi envisaged a truly free India would be likeGandhi's Vision: Freedom and Beyond’, is an exhibition of photographs and documents depicting India's freedom struggle under Mahatma Gandhi's leadership and his vision of free India | An #IndependenceDay special
Aug 11, 2017
The 'Internet Archive' was blocked on orders from Madras High Court; Archive questions the orderInternet Archive questioned the court ruling by pointing out that it has a framework so that ‘rights holders’ can submit the requests for the take down.
Aug 09, 2017
Indian ISPs have started blocking Internet Archive in the country; no response from the governmentThis is curious because ‘Wayback Machine’ by Internet Archive is used by users to check the history of any given web page at any given time.
Aug 06, 2017
Over 30,000 digital documents, photographs on Partition of India to go public for first timeA collection of horrific tales of the partition of India with over 4,300 witness interviews is set to go public for the first time this week
Jul 02, 2017
P Sainath continues to illuminate stories from the India the mainstream press forgot'Between cynical pessimism and blind optimism, there exists a wide stretch called hope. I live there,' says veteran journalist P Sainath
Jun 17, 2017
Marathwada Diary: Unregulated borewell economy in Osmanabad exploits farmers' desperationDue to the daily struggle for water, the villagers in Marathwada, Maharashtra have become hugely preoccupied with borewells.