In battleground Bengal, BJP's Amit Shah rallies to counter Mamata's mega opposition show
The announcement by state BJP president Dilip Ghosh comes amid an apex court directive asking the state government to allow the saffron party to hold public meetings.
IL&FS staffers stay captive in Ethiopia as bank raises hurdle
IL&FS employees in Ethiopia have also alleged that the Indian embassy was compl...
A $150bn market: How fantasy sports transformed cricket fans from being spectators to stakeholders
Fantasy gaming companies provide an array ...
Modi's 10% quota plan for poor upper castes may run into 1992 Supreme Court ruling
In the Indira Sawhney case, the court said that such quotas cannot be provided for poverty alone.
Gardening, singing & reading can keep mind active, and lower dementia risk
Being physically and mentally active in middle age can go a long way.
Trump puts India in a fix over Iran oil and regional strategy
Tehran remains a major oil source accounting for nearly 10 per cent of India’s imports.
Con man or royal? The incredible story of a reclusive Indian 'prince'
The royal family of Oudh has been one of India's great mysteries. Some say they've been there since 1856.
China may have found a way to keep India in the dark over trade deficit
China's policies have been under focus, putting Beijing in a spot over trade surplus.
King of good times just fell on hard times, if you go by what he's told a court
Mallya is now living off people close to him, including his children, his partner Pinky Lalwan.
If articles 370, 35A are temporary, so is J-K's accession to India: Farooq Abdullah
The senior Abdullah said those who created a ruckus about assertions of his son were "unqualified and untaught" about historical facts.
Hardik’s sexist and misogynistic comments offer the BCCI the chance to address such issues off the field
The BCCI needs to see the bigger picture. For young athletes, dealing with stardom isn’t easy. Money, glamour and fame aren’t easy to handle and there are many who aren’t ready to deal with it all. Hardik is a classic example.
How did it go this bad for Anil Ambani? The unmaking of a billionaire
Anil Ambani has been told to pay Ericsson Rs 453 crore by Tuesday or face jail.
Boat Rockerz 285 review: The in-ear style sports earbuds are useful if you need music for a run
It's a lightweight design that you'll forget about if you hang it around your neck.
New genes that may contribute to Alzheimer's understanding identified
New York, Aug 14 (IANS) Researchers working on Alzheimer's Disease Sequencing Project (ADSP) have identified new genes that will further the understanding of the genetic risk factors that predispose people to the development of Alzheimer's disease (AD).
Uber settles for $148 million with 50 US states over 2016 data breach
State attorneys general said on Wednesday that Uber will pay a fine of $148 million, to be distributed in varying amounts across the states and Washington, D.C..
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