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The constitution-framers India forgot
What has India achieved in 60 years?
We need to evaluate our progress.
Who chose Amitabh Bachchan's name?
Test your knowledge.
'For 60 years, we prayed for our family's reunion'
How Partition seared the Tandon family.
Bapu's soul lives on
At his first ashram in India.
The English connection
How the lure of Hindi films is cast wider.

  'Reforms will create millionaires'
  Finance minister Chidambaram lauds India's success story

Dr APJ Kalam: My vision for India Mahatma Gandhi: 'I am an optimist' Amitabh defines Independence
New York celebrates India@60
Untold stories of contemporary India
'The odds were against India'
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Prepare now for India's 100th anniversary
There is no democracy in India
We need to tend to the grassroots
Don't waste this last chance
Which part of India are you from?
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Irresistible India

Spice up your festive preparations
The festival of harvest
Homecoming for King Mahabali

Did you know?

   With 1,55,618 post offices and over 5,66,000 employees, India has the world's largest postal network. The first official airmail flight also took place right here in India in 1911.

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   'I love my country'
An engineering student from the minority community shares his dreams for India.
   Five decisions that changed India
Building a modern democratic state involved a large number of wise decisions.
   A 60 year partition of minds
The meaning of freedom: A debate
How is India really changing
The soldier who became a legend
New India belongs to them
The Daughters of Bihar
Handicapped by life, he provides hope
From Elswhere
India: 60 years in pictures
A video tribute to India's economic history
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