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Chiranjeevi, Amitabh Bachchan open up about Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy in interview hosted by Farhan Akhtar
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Chiranjeevi, Amitabh Bachchan open up about Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy in interview hosted by Farhan Akhtar

Sye Raa Narasimha Reddy, starring Chiranjeevi and Amitabh Bachchan, is bankrolled by Ram Charan's Konidela Production Company.

Adivasis and the Indian State: Tribals' philosophy of collectivism is humanity's best chance to end cycle of exploitation
India

Adivasis and the Indian State: Tribals' philosophy of collectivism is humanity's best chance to end cycle of exploitation

It is the Adivasi philosophy of collectivism, being one with the nature and all its elements, which will ultimately end the cycle of exploitation

AgustaWestland case: Delhi court dismisses Christian Michel's bail plea, calls accusations against middleman serious
India

AgustaWestland case: Delhi court dismisses Christian Michel's bail plea, calls accusations against middleman serious

Delhi court on Saturday dismissed Christian Michel's bail plea citing serious accusations against him in AugustaWestland case.

Boris Johnson promises Brexit on 31 October 'under any circumstances', blames Opposition for forcing delay
World

Boris Johnson promises Brexit on 31 October 'under any circumstances', blames Opposition for forcing delay

British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said that he would not ask the EU to delay Brexit beyond 31 October.

Andy Murray 'quite close' to playing singles matches again, says best-case scenario could be return at Cincinnati Masters
Sports

Andy Murray 'quite close' to playing singles matches again, says best-case scenario could be return at Cincinnati Masters

Three-time Grand Slam champion Andy Murray says he is quite close to being able to play singles matches and a best-case scenario could see it happen at Cincinnati in two weeks.

Boris Johnson likely to be declared UK’s next PM today; Conservative leader faces Brexit crisis amid thin majority in Parliament
World

Boris Johnson likely to be declared UK’s next PM today; Conservative leader faces Brexit crisis amid thin majority in Parliament

Boris Johnson is set to win the race on Tuesday to become Britain's next prime minister, charged with resolving the Brexit impasse and the high-stakes tanker crisis with Iran

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Speaker says floor test will be done by 6 pm today; Trump offers to mediate on Kashmir issue; day's top stories
India

Daily Bulletin: Karnataka Speaker says floor test will be done by 6 pm today; Trump offers to mediate on Kashmir issue; day's top stories

Karnataka Speaker adjourns House on third day of trust vote debate, assures floor test by 6 pm today; SC hearing today over NRC case to re-verify and extend deadline; day's top stories

Iran says seizure of British-flagged oil tanker was 'legal measure', claims it was aimed at ensuring region's security
World

Iran says seizure of British-flagged oil tanker was 'legal measure', claims it was aimed at ensuring region's security

Iran's seizure of a British-flagged oil tanker in the Strait of Hormuz was a 'legal measure', the spokesman for the Islamic republic's government said.

Britain's next PM: Boris Johnson likely to be confirmed winner as polls draw to a close; result to be announced tomorrow
World

Britain's next PM: Boris Johnson likely to be confirmed winner as polls draw to a close; result to be announced tomorrow

The voting closes in the contest to become Britain's next prime minister, with Boris Johnson expected to be confirmed as the winner charged with delivering Brexit.

Oman urges Iran to release British-flagged oil tanker, asks all parties to exercise restraint, resolve differences diplomatically
World

Oman urges Iran to release British-flagged oil tanker, asks all parties to exercise restraint, resolve differences diplomatically

Oman urged Iran on Sunday to release the British-flagged tanker Stena Impero, which it seized on Friday. Oman also called on all parties to exercise restraint and resolve differences diplomatically. Britain on Saturday denounced Iran’s seizure of the tanker as a 'hostile act'.

India in touch with Tehran to secure early release, repatriation of 18 Indians onboard British oil tanker seized by Iran
India

India in touch with Tehran to secure early release, repatriation of 18 Indians onboard British oil tanker seized by Iran

Eighteen Indians onboard a British oil tanker seized by Iran, and India said it is in touch with Tehran to secure early release and repatriation of its nationals.

Featherweight Billy Dib unperturbed  by 'underdog' tag in biggest fight of career against Amir Khan
Sports

Featherweight Billy Dib unperturbed by 'underdog' tag in biggest fight of career against Amir Khan

Billy Dib has replaced the Indian Neeraj Goyat to fight two-time world champion Amir Khan for the WBC World Welterweight Championship title in Jeddah

Manchester United look to close second signing of summer with Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka
Sports

Manchester United look to close second signing of summer with Crystal Palace right-back Aaron Wan-Bissaka

England international Aaron Wan-Bissaka who plays at right-back for Crystal Palace is being signed by Manchester United in a bid to improve results next season

Tawaifs and tehzeeb: Notes from a symposium on courtesans' contributions to art, freedom struggle
Life

Tawaifs and tehzeeb: Notes from a symposium on courtesans' contributions to art, freedom struggle

Though pop culture and notions of Victorian morality led many to think of them as the 'other woman' or women of 'low character' who broke up marriages and enticed men, the story of the tawaifs is far different – and much more complex. They were artists of high calibre, who were expected to be trained in classical music and dance (Kathak); notably, they contributed immensely to the musical genres of the bandish and thumri. Though they were strictly non-combatants, they played a significant role in the struggle against the British by hiding weapons and rebels.

Banksy crashes the Venice Biennale with unauthorised street stall; posts video on social media
Life

Banksy crashes the Venice Biennale with unauthorised street stall; posts video on social media

Banksy set up a multi-panel artwork on the street for the Venice Biennale to which he has never been invited, calling the artwork Venice in Oil.

How a siege in 18th-century British-occupied Calcutta gave us the term 'black hole'
science

How a siege in 18th-century British-occupied Calcutta gave us the term 'black hole'

While Einstein is credited with its discovery, the term 'black hole' has an interesting origin story of its own.

On Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's death anniversary, a look at his views on Hindu society, colonial India
Life

On Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's death anniversary, a look at his views on Hindu society, colonial India

Bankim Chandra Chattopadhyay's ideas on contemporary Hindu society and culture reveal a curious mix of liberalism and conservatism.

Mayday? Pressure builds on Theresa May to announce plans to resign as British prime minister
World

Mayday? Pressure builds on Theresa May to announce plans to resign as British prime minister

Prime Minister Theresa May is under pressure to set out plans for her departure, leading British newspapers reported, as her Brexit strategy lies in tatters.