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India, China seek common ground on Afghanistan

Both countries set aside differences on Masood Azhar, Delhi's NSG entry bid.

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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.

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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

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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

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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%

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'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

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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

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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

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'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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