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Mar 16, 2017
India fares moderately in global ranking of women's political empowerment, says studyIndia has fared moderately in a global ranking of countries as per the percentage of women appointed in ministerial positions.
Mar 06, 2017
26/11 Mumbai terror attacks: Ex-Pak NSA Mahmud Ali Durrani's remarks don’t hold any groundPakistan's ex-NSA Mahmud Ali Durrani's remarks on 26/11 Mumbai Attacks make for make for a good sound bite and a headline but overlooks a key issue which is the Pakistani state's role in it. India can overlook this aspect, but at its own peril.
Mar 02, 2017
Maharashtra Public Universities Act comes into force: What you need to know about the lawMaharashtra Public Universities Act came into force on Wednesday after the state government issued a gazette that the Act will be effective from 1 March.
Feb 24, 2017
Maha Shivratri 2017: Shiva is a cultural symbol synthesised from influences over thousands of yearsShiva has been variously visualised, eulogised and internalised. This note brings together some of the popular forms and stories (in no particular order) of he who is the Mahadeva – the greatest of all Gods.
Feb 23, 2017
Exoplanet discovery: Seven Earth-like planets orbiting Trappist-1, but exactly what is an exoplanet?Seven Earth-like planets orbiting a small star in our Galaxy called Trappist-1, revealed Wednesday, are the most recent — and arguably the most spectacular — in a string of exoplanet discoveries going back 20 years.
Dec 26, 2016
'Internet connectivity still out of reach for 950 mn Indians': Assocham-Deloitte studyIndia may have the world's second largest internet user base, but connectivity remains out of reach for nearly 950 million citizens, a report said today
Dec 21, 2016
That extra slice of ham might just worsen your asthma: Here's whyLove to gorge on ham, sausages and salami? Beware, a new study suggests that higher intake of cured and processed meats can worsen asthma symptoms.
Dec 20, 2016
Are Hindus least educated? Pew study has its biases, but report is a necessary joltThe finding by the Pew Research Centre that Hindus are the least educated religious group in the world is surprising not just because of the nature of its findings but also for the fact that it has been accepted eagerly and are being publicised verbatim
Dec 11, 2016
Look back in anger: Rage as a theme has all but disappeared from mainstream Hindi cinemaSurprisingly, rage as an emotion seems to have all but disappeared from Hindi cinema. At a time when anger in society is so high, what explains its absence from Bollywood's offerings?
Nov 27, 2016
Enthiran, 2.0 to Ra.One: Films calling themselves sci-fi may not really belong to the genreScience fiction in Indian cinema is largely innocent fantasy interspersed with babble suggesting current science or technology — be it Rajinikanth's Enthiran and 2.0, or Ra.One and Koi Mil Gaya/Krrish