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India, China seek common ground on Afghanistan
Both countries set aside differences on Masood Azhar, Delhi's NSG entry bid.
DU girl's anti-ABVP tweets trigger political slugfest
Daughter of Kargil braveheart complains of rape threats Read more »
Global studies on India's air quality flawed: CPCB
Bodies such as WHO used 'arbitrary' conversion factors to measure pollutants.
Seemai karuvelam, a saviour-turned-villain whose tentacles spread far and wide
From being hailed as a godsend in the face of severe firewood shortage in the 1960s, seemai karuvelam has turned into a monster species that everybody loves to hate Read more »
In Pakistan, it's middle class rising
The contradictions within this class will now set the future course for Pakistan's economy and its politics Read more »
Bywords in Bundelkhand
On the SP's problems in rebranding and the BJP's success in repositioning itself Read more »
The IS challenge
What India should and shouldn't do to stop the group from striking roots among its young Read more »
'Centre has not asked CRPF to stop use of pellet guns'
Petrol bombs were thrown at us in Kashmir Valley but we showed restraint, says outgoing Director-General
Uttar Pradesh polls: Under 60% turnout in phase 5
Provisional voting settles at 57.36%, a marginal increase from the previous poll Read more »
Kansas consoles Indian community
Violence that claimed Kuchibhotla's life is not the nature of the place: State Lieutenant Governor Jeff Colyer
Trump plans 10% hike in defence spending
Large reduction in foreign aid likely. Read more »
Airtel slashes roaming costs amid battle with Reliance Jio
Does away with national roaming, cuts call charges while overseas by up to 90%
'India a lab to learn about what works in development'
World Bank CEO says the country influences global growth Read more »
The kingpin of Aussies' spin tale
Former India International S. Sriram in the limelight after home team's debacle
The Bradman house that Leeming rebuilt
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Entrepreneur beats disability, sizzles with food stall at Navi Mumbai mall
The parents of Aditi Verma, who has Down Syndrome, gifted her the eatery on New Year's Day last year
Spaces: The anti café society
Backyard in Adyar offers people a space to spend long afternoons reading, a chance to meet like-minded strangers or browse the Internet over endless cups of coffee Read more »
On a political pendulum
In the jokes and the speeches, the theme at this year's Oscars ceremony seemed to be dissent, inclusiveness and tolerance
'Artificial intelligence is the next big thing'
Spencer Kelly, presenter of the BBC's Click technology programme, discusses Indian jugaad, South Korea's jellyfish-hunting robots, and how self-driving cars are the future Read more »
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