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India's Troubled Tryst With Free Speech

The attack on French weekly Charlie Hebdo has sparked off a furious debate globally about the limits of freedom of speech. In India, that fundamental freedom is a legal oxymoron.

Smell An iPad

The physical book meets its many avatars.

Dream Run

Can India’s new crop of middle-distance runners, mostly from tribal areas, bring Olympic glory?

The Power of One Woman's Fast

What the woman who refuses to eat tells us about India.

Khadi Couture

Enough with the whitewashing, Let’s celebrate desi skin.

Government Nod Likely to Voting for NRIs

The government is set to accept the recommendations of a committee which has favoured voting rights for NRIs through electronic means.

The Best Works of Art in India

India, ruled by myriad monarchs from various dynasties, is home to some remarkable and globally-acclaimed works of art.

India Donkeys Honoured for Hard Work

An Indian politician has honoured two donkeys for their hard work and loyalty

IITians' Venture Attracts Google Investment

Google capital invests in property website Commonfloor

Sachin Tendulkar to Act in Biopic

Indian cricketing legend Sachin Tendulkar is set to play himself in a film being made on his life.

Shashi Tharoor's Tough Life in Congress

Between being ignored and defended.

The Serial Success of a Bollywood Superstar

Bet your money on Aamir Khan: his movies are critically acclaimed and they earn crores.

India, US Get Down to Business

Hot-button issues such as intellectual property rights, agriculture, trade ties, green technology, nuclear energy, and space will be on the table during Barack Obama’s India visit.

Exercise Myths Busted

Don't fall prey to these fitness misconceptions.

To be Pravasi-friendly, Make Leaving, Returning Easier

Many Indians abroad complain about how difficult it is for them to access the consulates and embassies for their needs.

Mahatma Gandhi’s Homecoming

9 January 2015 marks the 100th anniversary of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi’s return to his home country from South Africa.

The Bad News for Outsiders in Bollywood

Work hard. Much harder than the filmy bluebloods

Greece, Oil Have Become Villains for Indian Markets

Indian markets had to bear the brunt even though the country benefits from falling cost of fuel.

Shatrughan in Trouble Over Son's Wedding Invite

A Bengaluru-based artist Vidushini Prasad has decided to send a legal notice to the family of actor and BJP functionary Shatrughan Sinha

NRIs in for Goodies From Modi at Ghar Wapsi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will present several New Year gifts for millions of members of the Indian diaspora as he inaugurates the 13th Pravasi Bharatiya Divas.

Oordinance to Merge PIO, OCI Cards Promulgated

The government has promulgated an ordinance to merge the PIO and the OCI schemes, as per a promise made by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in US and Australia last year.

This is no Pink Chaddi

You've got a napkin' protest against Kochi strip search runs cold.

Back to the Future

Gadgets, platforms, services—how will technology and your interaction with it change in 2015?

India Ex- Minister's Wife Murdered

Police in the Indian capital Delhi say that they are treating the death of the wife of former Indian minister Shashi Tharoor as murder.

Old Cars Banned Over Delhi's Dirty Air

Vehicles more than 15 years old are being ordered off the streets in the Indian capital New Delhi in an attempt to cut pollution.

Home to Most Indian Philanthropists

Mumbai is home to most Indian philanthropists, according to Hurun India Philanthropy List 2014.

Australia Cautions Visitors to India

Australia has revised its travel advisory for India asking its citizens to exercise high degree of caution while travelling to that country, citing high threat of terrorist activities.

6 IIMs Yet to Take Off

6 IIMs yet to take off as HRD ministry drags feet on land, mentors

Stand, Walk, Push, Pull

Forget gadgets, apps, machines and fad diets this year—experts tell you the foolproof, no-nonsense fundamentals of staying fit

Are Trade Unions Gaining a Foothold in IT Sector

Unions are rallying around a few hundred TCS employees who have been asked to quit due to non-performance

India Good Times Get Rolling

This year, investors can finally start betting on reality.

Brewery Apology Over Gandhi Beer Can

An American brewery has apologised for putting a picture of Indian independence hero Mahatma Gandhi on its beer cans.

TCS Layoffs: End of IT Golden Age

Tata Consultancy Services has had to spend the first few days of 2015 firefighting rumours about mass layoffs at the company.

Team India for World Cup 2015

Yuvraj Singh and Murali Vijay could not make it to India’s 15-member squad for the World Cup.

Sunanda Pushkar Was Murdered

50-year-old Sunanda was an Indo-Canadian businessperson and the wife of then minister of state for human resource development, Shashi Tharoor.

Most Cancer Cases are Caused by Bad Luck

Cancer is often caused by the "bad luck" of random mutations that arise when cells divide, not family history or environmental causes.

Ancient Indian Planes Flew to Planets

Indians had mastered aviation thousands of years before the Wright brothers, claimed a controversial paper presented at the 102nd Indian Science Congress.

Indian Airports On High Alert After Hijack Threat

Major airports in India especially Indira Gandhi International airport in the capital have beefed up security amid a threat to Air India's Delhi-Kabul flight.

Fast-Food Chains' New Year's Resolution

Health experts have long been blaming increased fast food consumption for the rising incidence of obesity and other lifestyle diseases.

Surgeries and Rig Veda

References of advanced surgeries are also found in Rigveda considered as first text of universe, created not later than 6000 B.C.

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