Modi talks tough to Sharif, reaches out to Pak. people
‘Day is not far when they will rise against their leadership’
Uri attack hijacks U.P. poll discourse
BJP supporters and critics alike all believe that the government’s action could influence the party’s performance in next year’s Assembly polls.
Will seek asylum, says another Baloch leader
Hyrbyair Marri, leader of Free Balochistan Movement, will consider it if current domicile turns hostile
Jadeja, Ashwin bowl India back into contention
Vijay and Pujara score half-centuries and look forward to cementing the position.
Trio questioned on suspicion, released
The Navi Mumbai police on Saturday detained three people after their movements were found to be suspicious and released them after questioning. Accord...
Work to isolate Pakistan: Digvijaya
All India Congress Committee(AICC) General Secretary Digvijaya Singh on Saturday called for an "aggressive campaign" in international arena to isolate...
Sania-Strycova duo triumphs in style
Sania Mirza and her Czech partner Barbora Strycova hammered the Chinese combination of Chen Liang and Zhaoxuan Yang 6-1, 6-1 in the final to clinch t...
Sanam ousts Prajnesh for title
Fourth seed Sanam Singh struggled a bit midway through before scoring a 6-3, 3-6, 6-4 win over a fighting second seed Prajnesh Gunneswaran in the men...
Hoping to meet Rajinikanth someday: PV Sindhu
I love watching TV when I am at home. While travelling, though, I listen to a lot of music, the Olympic medallist and ace shuttler tells The Hindu.
National waterways project threatens Gangetic dolphins: Conservationists
Conservationists blame increased human activity along habitat.
As tensions rise, sudden brake on motorcycle diaries
Cauvery imbroglio curbs enthusiastic bikers, stopping their sojourn across Tamil Nadu and Karnataka.
We lost wickets in clumps, says Watling
Can New Zealand bounce back? Watling noted, "I know we have a great bunch of fighters in this team and we love playing the game.
Playing away suits Tamil Nadu, says Sharath
How will the neutral venues system, in place for Ranji Trophy this year, impact Tamil Nadu’s prospects? After all, home advantage would be a thing of...
Pakistan’s MFN tag may stay for now
Revocation will only have ‘symbolic’ impact as current level of bilateral trade is very low.
Tea quality plan a dampener
Export obligation will make it difficult for tea firms to avail the scheme
The boys are back
Venkat Prabhu returns to his home ground with the sequel to Chennai 600028. He talks to vishal menon about working with friends, paid online reviewers
So many trains, so many journeys
Water cooler conversations between two fanboys who take their cinema way too seriously... and are unapologetic about it
Driving home a point
If you drink, get driven, says SRINIVASA RAMANUJAM, as he mulls over the recent drunk driving cases that hit headlines
Is marriage the root cause of divorce?
The Guardian is easily one of the world’s best English papers: elegant, courageous and trustworthy, not the kind of paper that discusses personal live...
Erasing a point of view
Remembering historian Bipan Chandra, whose definition of communalism has recently come under attack
‘Devotion came naturally to her’: Lakshmi Vishwanathan
Lakshmi Vishwanathan, author of “Kunjamma – Ode to a Nightingale” revisits the life and times of M.S. Subbulakshmi on the legendary singer’s 100th bir
The Akhilesh-Shivpal power struggle: a timeline
We take a look at the recent developments in the power-struggle, as Akhilesh asserts himself in an attempt to come out of the shadow of his uncles.
Cauvery issue - a timeline
The Cauvery river water dispute, primarily between Tamil Nadu and Karnataka, dates back to the 19th century. A chronology of the riparian wrangle, com