DCNS to move court to stop data release
The French submarine manufacturer seeks legal route to stop further data release.
U.S. to help with NSG entry
Washington will take up New Delhi’s case at ‘highest levels’: Richard Verma.
Don’t wear skirts, Minister tells foreign tourists
Union Tourism Minister Mahesh Sharma on Sunday created a controversy when he suggested that foreign women tourists should not wear skirts and other “...
Donald Trump vows deportations immediately after being sworn in
The Republican presidential nominee links illegal immigration and employment.
A drone squadron to keep drivers in line
As accidents turn Mumbai-Pune Expressway into death zone, enforcement takes to the air.
‘Dhyan Chand deserved Bharat Ratna before anyone else’
Several former hockey greats came together to reiterate the demand on Sunday
Nandigram’s women still wait for justice
Raped and assaulted, justice eludes the victims, while the perpetrators have returned with political patronage
Can we aim for 50 medals in the 2028 Olympics?
Given the huge population, should we not have had several Nobel winners, leaders of thought and movers of the world?
Reinventing the wheel in Kashmir
A fter 50 days of curfew in the Kashmir Valley, the Central and State governments finally appear to be coming together on how to engage with the conf...
Uncertain times in London
Two months since the seemingly irreversible referendum outcome in Britain, there are more questions than answers about the shape of the country’s fut...
Kashmir and the clash of symbolisms
To successfully reach out to Kashmiris, and establish good faith, the Central government needs to address the symbolism that drives the separatist qua
Securing the Scorpene
While some of India’s veteran submariners have described the leak as a storm in a teacup, others fear that the credibility of the platform may have be
Rosberg wins an eventful Belgian GP
Sagnussen escapes serious injury after crash; Hamilton third from P21
Panel to fix vanishing road signs
Options include alterations in road contracts to make builders liable for deterioration in markings
Amid growing protectionism, global trade ministers to meet
They may discuss so-called ‘new issues’ considered important by the rich nations in today’s global trade
Kangana flies to U.S. to prepare for her role in ‘Simran’
In Hansal Mehta’s directorial venture Simran, Kangana will play a Gujarati NRI named Praful Patel.
Finding realism in Raghu Ganj
Manoj Bajpayee talks about fake sweat and real sweet on the sets of “In the Shadows” in the Walled City
Beyond the predictive text
When knowledge gained is not acknowledged, and the textbook is considered the sole source of answers, education becomes a foreign language.
Do a cartwheel, Agartala
Can Dipa Karmakar’s feat help Tripura regain its glory days as the country’s gymnastics crucible?
‘Can I have some laws in Hindi?’
The law says that the text of all laws must be available in English and Hindi. But clearly, we lost that bit in translation.
‘He was on the comeback trail’
Journalist Neena Gopal’s book on the assassination of Rajiv Gandhi coincides with the 25th year of his assassination
Written in our own words
That literary phenomenon Salman Rushdie, a genius who successfully “translated” himself, said, “I would not be this writer if I had never left India; ...
Live chat on proposed surrogacy Bill
The Union Cabinet has cleared the Surrogacy (Regulation) Bill, 2016, banning commercial surrogacy in India. As per the 2009 Law Commission Report, th...
What it would take to probe Proxima b?
Imagine an integrated chip having among other necessities a camera and a battery in something weighing a gram or so.