Suicide bombers kill 61 in Kabul, IS claims responsibility
Shia Hazaras were taking out a rally, demanding that a multi-million dollar power line pass through their electricity-starved Bamiyan Province.
Declare black money by Sept. 30 or face action: Modi
Stating that people have been jailed in the past for evading taxes, he said the government should not be forced to resort to the same after Sept 30.
Munich shooter ‘obsessed’ with mass killings, say police
“There is absolutely no link to the Islamic State,” Munich Police chief Hubertus Andrae said.
Curfew lifted from four districts of Kashmir Valley
However, it remained in force in Anantnag, Kulgam, Kupwara, Pulwama and Shopian districts and eight police station areas.
No clue to disappearance of IAF aircraft
More than 24 hours since an Indian Air Force’s AN-32 aircraft (K-2743) with 29 persons on board went missing from the radars, no clue could be obtain...
’Kabali’ has created an all-time record across globe, says producer Thanu
The film, directed by Pa Ranjith, is a gangster drama that also has Radhika Apte, Dhanshika and Kalaiarasan in key roles.
Modi likely to inaugurate tunnel on Jammu-Srinagar NH
Constructed at a cost of Rs 2,519 crore, the Chenani-Nashri tunnel on Jammu-Srinagar National Highway is likely to be inaugurated by Prime Minister N...
Call for analysis of deeper issues behind University of Jaffna clash
The continuing public discourse on the recent incident has resulted in calls for ‘reasonable ratios" of ethnic mix in admission of students.
India’s proposal on HFCs gets mixed response in Vienna
Parties to the Montreal Protocol, an international treaty to protect the ozone layer, resumed negotiations here on phasing out HFCs
The intellectual world of Trump, going by his twitter account
Trump’s intellectual world appears to be a cocoon, quarantined from any possible contamination to his ideas.
Legendary artist S.H. Raza passes away
The last rites will be conducted in Mandala in Madhya Pradesh, according to his wishes.
Satisfied to score double century: Kohli
Kohli returned to the Caribbean after five years and got down to business, scoring his maiden 200 in the very first innings.
Kabali: An unsatisfying clash between the impulses of star and director
It is great to see a dignified Superstar, acting his age. He does more for the movie than it does for him.
Scandals and boycotts that have been a blot on Olympism
As if to make amends for the past, the 1936 Games were allotted to Berlin. Adolf Hitler however hijacked the event for propaganda purposes.
Reaching out to the Valley
Two weeks after protests in the Kashmir Valley caught the authorities by surprise, a semblance of calm has been restored. It is a tenuous one, built ...
Russia’s tainted athletics
Ever since the German broadcaster ARD released a documentary, titled ‘Top-secret doping: How Russia makes its winners’, in late 2014, skeletons from ...
We need a Nutrition Mission
India must convert its young population to a competitive advantage, and nutrition and health are foundational to that outcome.
Bolt accuses rival Gatlin of ‘disrespect’
Bolt laughed off the criticism led by Gatlin, who has served two bans for doping.
Statistical highlights of West Indies-India first Test
Just two batsmen have scored three hundreds while batting at number six or lower vs West Indies in Tests — Kapil Dev and Ashwin.
Ministry overruled panel to allow contract hiring at FCI
Most of FCI’s godowns were prohibited from hiring contract labour till recently.
States to get sops based on Aadhaar’s DBT platform
So far, the government has transferred Rs.1.02 lakh crore under 74 central schemes to about 30 crore beneficiaries through the direct benefit transfer
Persia in pictures
“Iranian Film Festival” offered a diverse range of films with gripping narratives to Delhiites
Sea, sand, sun and a houseboat
The gentle lapping of waves and the fresh air of the Malabar backwaters are a great addition to a coastal vacation, finds PRABALIKA M. BORAH
‘I wanted to bring back the Mullum Malarum Rajini’
Pa. Ranjith on the experience of making Kabali just a day after its release
‘There are no police officers to unravel the mystery’
Kaaka Muttai director Manikandan tells us that his upcoming Kutrame Thandanai has not been made with an eye on awards
Kabali da! Superstar is back
A collection of all things Kabali, from first meetings and why Pa. Ranjith chose this subject to how much the film made even before it released.
Kashmir on the boil: a timeline
The Kashmir Valley has been hit by massive protests, violence and death in the last two weeks. The clashes with the police after the death of Burhan ...