Why widespread virus damage failed to dent the image of India's most popular political leader
"He is popular because he has ideological clarity and he’s only implementing what the BJP had promised in their manifesto, like the promise to repeal Article 370," said Arun Anand, research director at Delhi-based think tank Vichar Vinimay Kendra and author of two books on the RSS. "Politicians keeping their word is rare in India."
View: India must respond to Chinese provocation
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Smart helmets let you listen to music, navigate and attend calls riding a motorcycle
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China's Xi Jingping meets Mark Zuckerberg, Tim Cook in Beijing
Apple's Tim Cook and Facebook's Mark Zuckerberg met Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing, state media said Tuesday, as the Communist Party pushes for a larger role in private firms.
Sydney Lemos: Before downfall, Goa's global scamster lived life in the fast lane
Lemos, 37, was sentenced on Sunday by a Dubai court to over 500 years in jail for duping thousands of investors in a $200 million scam.
F1 body approves Liberty Media takeover
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Govt action smacks of authoritarianism, intimidation: Congress
"Modi's Model of Gujarat Governance has begun to show its real face. First Farmers then Labour then Traders then Servicemen and now Media.
Bengaluru Police get a Twitter dashboard for real-time monitoring of plaints
Bengaluru city police now boasts of a specially designed dashboard to effectively manage complaints by citizens on the micro-blogging site.
Cauvery row: Bengaluru police use social media to answer citizens' queries
For scores of Bengalureans confined to their homes due to the Cauvery unrest, @BlrCityPolice Twitter handle became the most reliable source of information.
China dismisses US concerns over its first anti-terror law draft
Chinese state media yesterday reported that the draft law may also further restrict media from reporting the details of terror attacks.
Bengaluru police constables learn to handle complaints uploaded on Twitter, Facebook
The social media team will also handle Periscope, Twitter's livestreaming app, for Bengaluru Police and a proposed police news channel.
Government to assess impact of ad campaigns run by ministries
The govt is planning to create a detailed system through which it would hire outside agencies to assess the impact of advertisement campaigns which are run by various ministries.
Autonomy for Prasar Bharti "long way off" but in process to achieve it: A Surya Prakash
Prasar Bharti Chairman A Surya Prakash said autonomy to public broadcaster was still 'long way off' but "we must proceed in direction to achieve it."
Autonomy for Prasar Bharti 'long way off'; still in the process to achieve it: Chairman A Surya Prakash
"We have to professionalise in terms of quality. We can do it and we must attempt to do it," he said responding to questions about DD and AIR.