Ghulam Ali concert called off after Shiv Sena threats
The Shiv Sena is at it again. This time, the party has forced the organisers to cancel the Mumbai concert of renowned Pakistani ghazal singer Ghulam ...
SC refers Aadhaar privacy issue to Constitution Bench
The Supreme Court on Wednesday referred to a Constitution Bench the question whether a person can voluntarily shed his right to privacy by enrolling ...
Amid outrage over Dadri lynching, Pranab stresses tolerance, plurality
“I firmly believe that we cannot allow the core values of our civilisation to be wasted”
Former employee sues Wipro for £1 million compensation
A former employee of India’s third largest IT services firm Wipro has sued the company claiming a compensation of around £1 million. According to a n...
Rohana joins Muniyappa in lead
It needed a round of seven-under 65 from the Sri Lankan defending champion Anura Rohana to earn him a share of the lead with overnight leader C. Muni...
Sweden, Poland in Bermuda Bowl final
It went down the wire before Sweden and Poland got past USA2 and England to set up a promising finale in the Bermuda Bowl of the HCL-42nd World bridg...
Dynamos confident ahead of Chennaiyin clash
Roberto Carlos is ‘cool’ despite Delhi Dynamos’ 2-0 loss to FC Goa in its first outing of the Indian Super League Season 2.Ahead of Dynamos’ first hom...
Violence as the new normal
In directing States to show “zero tolerance” to attempts to “weaken the secular fabric” of the country, the Union Home Ministry was voicing its conce...
The Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine 2015 has been awarded to three scientists for the “revolutionary treatments” they developed for devastating...
The politics of waste management
The production of waste in India is growing at an exponential rate. However, the welfare and dignity of the informal workers involved in the stigmatis
Bihar polls: the shifting goalposts
Parties will have to rely on much more than a simple caste calculus, as the translation of caste into votes is complicated
Security agencies suspect NSCN (I-M) is regrouping
Reports of extortion, arms and drugs smuggling have registered a rising trend
eBay offers heavy discounts for Diwali
eBay is planning to sell refurbished white goods such as TV, washing machines and refrigerator
26/11 victim’s mother on a mission to build trust
Had Naomi Scherr, a 13-year-old U.S. national, who was gunned down at the Oberoi Trident Hotel, Mumbai, in the 26/11 (2008) terror attacks been alive...
Thinking out of the box
It is Air Force Day today and the author and other Air Force wives like her send up thanks that they never ever have to pack a trunk again.
Your next online order — a canvas
The writer on how web galleries are bringing home artworks to first-time buyers
The Dadri lynching: how events unfolded
Massive police and paramilitary deployment has helped maintain an uneasy calm at Dadri’s Bishara village. Six men have been arrested so far and searc...
All you need to know about the Nadigar Sangam battle
Films may come and go but the tiff at the Nadigar Sangam between two factions seems to be grabbing eyeballs now. The Madras High Court has intervened...
Our best Instagram photos
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Revisiting the Apollo Moon missions
U.S. space agency NASA has released thousands of high-resolution images of the Apollo missions that put men on the Moon.
As tur prices touch Rs. 150 a kg., government presses panic button
The crisis appears to be more in the availability of tur and urad dals as total pulses production dipped to 17.2 million tonnes last year as against 1
The banks have been happily over-lending to the sector: Vijay Chhibber
'Effectively, the developers never brought in their money, the equity was paid for by the banks. My complaint is that the banks have killed this secto