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UP polls: Jat-Muslim fault Lines re-emerge in traditional RLD seat, candidates changed in two constituencies
Politics

UP polls: Jat-Muslim fault Lines re-emerge in traditional RLD seat, candidates changed in two constituencies

The cadre has been camping at RLD chief Jayant Chaudhary’s house in Delhi that a Jat leader should contest from Siwalkhas instead of SP candidate and former MLA Gulam Mohammad

In Uttar Pradesh’s Loni, polarisation looms large amidst Ram rajya Vs ‘goonda raj’ debate
Politics

In Uttar Pradesh’s Loni, polarisation looms large amidst Ram rajya Vs ‘goonda raj’ debate

While BJP candidate from Loni Nand Kishore Gurjar says he has banned meat, and crime has come down in the constituency, RLD’s Madan Bhaiya promises communal harmony and development

Rukmini S’ 'Whole Numbers and Half Truths’ pushes back against misreading of data, misleading stories about India
India

Rukmini S’ 'Whole Numbers and Half Truths’ pushes back against misreading of data, misleading stories about India

Rukmini’s 326-pages long book explores little-argued angles to investigate the complete truth about the country, starting with its dealings with crime

BJP retools campaign strategy amid COVID-19 wave and EC ban on rallies, plans more booth-level meets
Politics

BJP retools campaign strategy amid COVID-19 wave and EC ban on rallies, plans more booth-level meets

BJP national president JP Nadda has formed teams who will ensure maximum voters are reached out and top leadership conducts meetings at the booth level in five poll-bound states

When Raman Singh as chief minister showed the way to prevent a VIP security debacle
India

When Raman Singh as chief minister showed the way to prevent a VIP security debacle

This is in stark in contrast with the events of Wednesday where Prime Minister Narendra Modi had to turn back without holding a rally in Punjab

Gap in our understanding of the science behind COVID-19 booster dose, says vaccine panel chief
Health

Gap in our understanding of the science behind COVID-19 booster dose, says vaccine panel chief

We must understand that our understanding of Omicron is still evolving and it will take another two to three weeks to derive any concrete understanding, Dr NK Arora said

Why Twitter has permanently blocked Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's personal account
World

Why Twitter has permanently blocked Republican congresswoman Marjorie Taylor Greene's personal account

Greene is a first-term US lawmaker who has repeatedly stirred controversy over support for racist views, unfounded QAnon pro-Donald Trump conspiracy theories and calls for violence against Democratic politicians

After 19 years, J&K farmers finally cultivate their land on ‘zero line’ of IB
India

After 19 years, J&K farmers finally cultivate their land on ‘zero line’ of IB

This comes courtesy of a ceasefire agreement between the Director Generals of the Military Operations (DGsMOs) of India and Pakistan in February 2021

Rare pink handfish spotted in Australia for first time in decades: What you need to know
World

Rare pink handfish spotted in Australia for first time in decades: What you need to know

A member of the anglerfish family, this pink handfish was last seen by a recreational diver off the coast of the Tasman Peninsula, south-east of Hobart, in 1999

Rs 257-cr cash, 250 kg silver, 25 kg gold: The tax raid on businessman Piyush Jain by the numbers
India

Rs 257-cr cash, 250 kg silver, 25 kg gold: The tax raid on businessman Piyush Jain by the numbers

Jain is likely to be produced in court on Monday and could be taken to Ahmedabad from Kanpur for further investigation

James Webb Space Telescope: Why it's a big deal, how it works, and what happens next
News & Analysis

James Webb Space Telescope: Why it's a big deal, how it works, and what happens next

Named after the man who led NASA during the space-trailblazing 1960s, the seven-ton James Webb Space Telescope is 100 times more powerful than Hubble

'Real men can use gun just as they do iPhone': Why Burgess Owens' comments are a hangover of Trump era
World

'Real men can use gun just as they do iPhone': Why Burgess Owens' comments are a hangover of Trump era

Congressman Owens is a frequent Fox News guest who has come under scrutiny for other media appearances linked to QAnon, a baseless conspiracy theory that has increasingly crept into US politics

Durga Puja gets 'Intangible Heritage' tag: What UNESCO list is and what other festivals have been recognised?
India

Durga Puja gets 'Intangible Heritage' tag: What UNESCO list is and what other festivals have been recognised?

The decision was taken at the sixteenth session of the Intergovernmental Committee for the Safeguarding of the Intangible Cultural Heritage, which is being held from 13 to 18 December

Tornadoes in US' Midwest and South leave dozens dead; is climate change to blame?
World

Tornadoes in US' Midwest and South leave dozens dead; is climate change to blame?

Warm weather was a crucial ingredient in this tornado outbreak, but whether climate change is a factor is not quite as clear, meteorologists said.

Why businesses need expert consultancy now more than ever
Business

Why businesses need expert consultancy now more than ever

More than 60 percent organisations don’t even bother to measure the annual financial cost of poor quality data

How the swamp deer managed to return from the brink of extinction
India

How the swamp deer managed to return from the brink of extinction

The number of swamp deer has shot up from a mere 66 in 1970 to 1,100 in Madhya Pradesh

Kashmir's Wantrag, a Pashtun village, is like a little slice of Afghanistan
India

Kashmir's Wantrag, a Pashtun village, is like a little slice of Afghanistan

While many of these families say they took shelter in this village well before Partition, roots of Afghans in the region date back even before the 16th Century

Demand for AFSPA repeal renews after Nagaland incident: All you need to know about law
India

Demand for AFSPA repeal renews after Nagaland incident: All you need to know about law

AFSPA confers special powers on the armed forces in areas deemed disturbed. A military officer can fire upon an unlawful assembly of five or more people if the need arises or even for illegal possession of fire arms

How Sachin Tendulkar told Suresh Raina to believe in himself, and the rest is history
Sports

How Sachin Tendulkar told Suresh Raina to believe in himself, and the rest is history

Suresh Raina’s book promises to be a refreshing read for cricket lovers, particularly those who want to see cricketers not as stars but as human beings

‘Had Sardar Patel not died in 1950, he would have found it difficult to work with Nehru for much longer’
India

‘Had Sardar Patel not died in 1950, he would have found it difficult to work with Nehru for much longer’

‘It was Patel’s loyalty towards Gandhi that made him work with Nehru. Otherwise, his problem with Nehru was almost the same as Jinnah’s problems with Nehru,’ say Adeel Hussain and Tripurdaman Singh, authors of a new book on Nehru