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Oct 27, 2017
Donald Trump releases John F Kennedy assassination files: Revisiting the death of the 35th US presidentA report from the day of President John F Kennedy's assassination. He was shot to death by a hidden assassin armed with a high-powered rifle.
Feb 24, 2016
'3000 condoms, 2000 liquor bottles at JNU': One BJP MLA is keeping count of 'illicit' activitiesAmidst the raging JNU row, a BJP MLA has stoked fresh controversy by alleging that the premier university is a hub of sex and drugs where over 3,000 used condoms and 2,000 liquor bottles are daily found.
May 21, 2015
Wake up and smell the noodles: You have to be stupid to believe Maggi is healthyGoing by their shock and dismay, you'd think Maggi Noodles was the epitome of fresh, tasty food. Second only to Maa ke haath ka khana. Even Maa can't manage that much goodness in two minutes.
May 15, 2015
DoT seeking to block Uber, Ola websites betrays govt's double standard on taxi appsIt is high time the governments made up their mind on technological innovations
Mar 20, 2015
Why lock us up at 6.30pm and boys at 10pm? Kerala female engineering students protest unfair curfewOver 200 resident students of the women's hostel Thiruvananthapuram College of Engineering sat outside their hostel gates all night to protest against harsh curfews for women
Mar 10, 2015
German professor apologizes after denying internship to Indian student citing India's ‘rape problem'An Indian male student was recently denied an internship at the Leipzig University in Germany because he comes from a country with a "rape problem."
Feb 23, 2015
No splurging please: FinMin asks depts to avoid spending rush in Jan-March quarterThe letter said that restriction of 33 percent and 15 percent expenditure ceilings in the last quarter of the current financial year and during the month of March respectively is to be strictly adhered to.
Feb 19, 2015
Millions at risk from rapid sea rise in swampy Sundarbans in BengalSeas are rising more than twice as fast as the global average in the Sundarbans, a low-lying delta region of about 200 islands in the Bay of Bengal where some 13 million live.
Feb 05, 2015
RIP democracy: After editor, now Mumbai vendor arrested for selling paper with Hebdo cartoonThe police booked the vendor because the complaint said that the vendor understood Urdu, so he should not have sold the paper.
Feb 04, 2015
AIB removes 'filthy' roast video after Maharashtra govt goes after actors, ticket sellers and venueThe move came after the Maharashtra Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis had said that the government will take action against AIB, if the show was found to be vulgar.