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'Bizarre, openly biased move': Who said what on Aamir Khan's Incredible India exit
India

'Bizarre, openly biased move': Who said what on Aamir Khan's Incredible India exit

Aamir Khan is no longer the brand ambassador for the government's Incredible India programme. The 50-year-old actor has been replaced by Amitabh Bachchan even as speculation continues over the reasons for his departure.

Country proud of security forces and our jawans: Who said what on Pathankot terror attack
India

Country proud of security forces and our jawans: Who said what on Pathankot terror attack

The IAF base is around 250 km Chandigarh and about 30 km from the border area with Pakistan. This is the second major attack on Punjab after the attack in Gurdaspur in February 2015.

Ansals released due to age in Uphaar tragedy: Travesty of justice, say legal eagles
India

Ansals released due to age in Uphaar tragedy: Travesty of justice, say legal eagles

The Supreme Court’s decision to spare the Ansal brothers, convicts in the Uphaar Cinema tragedy, any more jail time due to their age has attracted sharp criticism from members of the legal fraternity.

Porn ban: Privacy under threat as nanny state looms large
India

Porn ban: Privacy under threat as nanny state looms large

India's ban on 857 pornographic websites demonstrates increasingly pervasive government control in private space. While India is divided on the ban, activists are railing against this latest instance of "moral policing" by the State

A rocky marriage for years: Somnath Bharti's family friends confirm domestic abuse allegations
Politics

A rocky marriage for years: Somnath Bharti's family friends confirm domestic abuse allegations

Sources close to the Bhartis paint a picture of a marriage that was in trouble from the very start.

Garbage wars in Delhi: Kejriwal blinks, doles out Rs 500 crore to striking workers
India

Garbage wars in Delhi: Kejriwal blinks, doles out Rs 500 crore to striking workers

Kejriwal also appealed to the MCD (Municipal Corporation of Delhi) employees to protest outside the residences of the central government’s ministers if they don’t get salaries for June, because the Delhi government was “left with no money”.

'Worried about avam not aam': Nitish slams Manjhi after allegations that cops were sent to guard trees
India

'Worried about avam not aam': Nitish slams Manjhi after allegations that cops were sent to guard trees

Jitan Ram Manjhi-led Hindustani Awam Morcha (HAM) on Wednesday accused the Nitish Kumar government of deploying 24 policemen to prevent former Bihar chief minister from enjoying mangoes and litchi from trees planted at the CM's official bungalow.

Dirty Money: Chennai school's new discriminatory fee structure is 'rotten' to the core
India

Dirty Money: Chennai school's new discriminatory fee structure is 'rotten' to the core

Pay a government fixated fee and your child gets less than 5 hours of school, and bare minimum rights and facilities. But if you want your child to use the canteen, participate in school functions or get a chance on the school team, pay a higher fee. This is the gist of a circular issued by the BVM management.

No PM Modi makeover yet: A year later, Varanasi awaits its star MP to deliver
Politics

No PM Modi makeover yet: A year later, Varanasi awaits its star MP to deliver

Pessimists badly outnumber optimists in any stock taking here as Prime Minister Narendra Modi completes a year as its five-star MP who promised a makeover but hasn't delivered so far.

Infographic: Guide to who's blaming who for farmer Gajendra Singh's suicide at AAP Delhi rally
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Infographic: Guide to who's blaming who for farmer Gajendra Singh's suicide at AAP Delhi rally

Political blame game begins soon after farmer commits suicide at AAP rally in Delhi.

Victims picked off randomly for killing: What 3 witnesses from shooting of red sanders smugglers told NHRC
India

Victims picked off randomly for killing: What 3 witnesses from shooting of red sanders smugglers told NHRC

Three witnesses from the controversial red sanders shootout in Seshachalam forests of Andhra Pradesh depose in front of the NHRC.

Bringing Pandits back: Dump 'Palestine-like' plan for separate colonies, say Kashmiris
India

Bringing Pandits back: Dump 'Palestine-like' plan for separate colonies, say Kashmiris

If there is unanimity on one thing within the Muslim residents of Kashmir valley on the future of Kashmiri Pandits, it is that the members of the community should return to their original homes.

From being 'upset' to 'more than pleased': All the reactions to court summoning Manmohan Singh
Politics

From being 'upset' to 'more than pleased': All the reactions to court summoning Manmohan Singh

In a day of high drama, the Congress took out a march of solidarity to the residence of former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, after he was summoned as an accused by a special CBI court in relation to the coal scam.

Don't quit now, Kejriwal to lesson for BJP's arrogance: Who said what on AAP's stellar win in Delhi
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Don't quit now, Kejriwal to lesson for BJP's arrogance: Who said what on AAP's stellar win in Delhi

Post this victory people from different fields and various political parties have reacted to this phenomenal win either on camera or on Twitter.

It is our victory: Aam aadmi celebrates AAP landslide in Delhi elections
Politics

It is our victory: Aam aadmi celebrates AAP landslide in Delhi elections

Much before the results started pouring in and the trends showed AAP candidates much ahead and celebrations began outside the East Patel Nagar office of the party.

Who said what: 'Always tried to convince Bedi ji to join politics', says Kejriwal
India

Who said what: 'Always tried to convince Bedi ji to join politics', says Kejriwal

Former IPS officer Kiran Bedi joined the BJP on Thursday, ahead of Delhi assembly election scheduled 7 February.

Surprise move in middle of war against inflation: What experts said after RBI cut interest rates
Business

Surprise move in middle of war against inflation: What experts said after RBI cut interest rates

The RBI cited lower-than-expected inflation, weak crude prices and weak demand, as well as the government's commitment to sticking to a fiscal deficit target.

Muslim leaders welcome Bharat Ratna for 'secular' Vajpayee
Politics

Muslim leaders welcome Bharat Ratna for 'secular' Vajpayee

Muslim leaders have welcomed the government’s decision to confer the country's highest civilian award, the Bharat Ratna, on former Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee.

Tendulkar vs Chappell: Here's what Dravid, Ganguly, Laxman and others said
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Tendulkar vs Chappell: Here's what Dravid, Ganguly, Laxman and others said

Sachin Tendulkar has lashed out against former India coach Greg Chappell in his autobiography. Describing the veteran Australian cricketer as a 'ringmaster,' Tendulkar writes that he imposed his ideas on players. Here's how the cricketers reacted.