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Women's Day Special: Making a mark in a man's world

As our salute to women on their day, we present images from across the world showing how the fairer sex has broken deep-rooted barriers to leave a mark in our male-dominated society. In this......

Woman smashes SP leader's car after his guard winked at her

  Allegedly teased by a gunman of a local Samajwadi Party leader at a traffic signal, a gutsy woman in Agra decided not to take it lying down and jumped atop the leader’s Mercedes and......

Nature's fury turns Nepal into a ghost town

The scenic mountainous valley, which earlier bustled with presence of foreign tourists, now wear a deserted look. Kunal Dutt reports An earthquake victim sits on the rubble of a house as he waits......

Survivor: 'I thought the summit was crashing; it all happened in 10 seconds'

For over two decades, Breeze Sharma dreamt of conquering the Everest. And when it did come true, he was staring at a life and death situation. Ever since he first conquered Mount Nanda Kot in......

'India is full of mysteries'

'We are dealing with a size of the world that equaled England and France combined. We are talking about 250 years of history.' Sultans of Deccan India, 1500-1700: Opulence and Fantasy -- a first of......

India's boardroom diversity drive has weird results

Some Indian companies have broken the spirit of the rule by making token appointments, notes Una Galani. Image: Image: Mukesh Ambani with Wife Nita Ambani. Photograph: Sandeep Pal.......

IIM grad Shuvajit Payne gave up a cushy job to work in rural India

India is witnessing a radical transformation where highly qualified youngsters are giving up cushy jobs to make a difference in the lives of poor people in rural areas. Manu A......

FIIs struggling to understand if economy is picking up or slowing down: Neelkanth Mishra

After a 12-month honeymoon with the Narendra Modi-government at the Centre, foreign investors appear to be losing patience, as a revival in corporate earnings is taking longer than expected.......

50 years later, will Moore's Law last?

A 2005 photograph of Gordon E Moore While chips have become ubiquitous, Moore’s Law has remained a self-fulfilling prophecy even half a century later. Not bad for an industry where the time......

Amid net neutrality debate, CCI looks to telcos for violations

Fair trade watchdog calls parties concerned to give a presentation over their stands to reach a decision.  Fair trade watchdog Competition Commission of India (CCI) has taken cognisance about......

'India is such a fantastic country'

Image: Prasoon Joshi cleans the streets outside the Sofi Mahal building in Lalbaug, South Mumbai, as part of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's Swachh Bharat Abhiyan. Photograph: Sahil Salvi 'I was......

Robert Downey Jr on interview walkout: Wish I'd left sooner

Robert Downey Jr has broken his silence over his most recent interview walk out he just wish he would have left sooner. The Iron Man star said that just because he was speaking about a film......

The pressure of being a Bollywood star

By talking about her struggle with depression, Deepika Padukone has exposed the stress-filled lives of filmstars. While most heroines of her time were accompanied on shoots by fiercely protective......

Dilip Kumar's Top 25 Films

Dilip Kumar has received the Padma Vibhushan award, the second highest civilian award of the country. We celebrate the icon by re-visiting his best movies. Dilip Kumar. The name evokes a myriad of......

Vidhu Vinod Chopra: 'James Cameron raved about my film'

'He asked me, "How can you do it Vinod? How did you come out of your comfort zone?"' 'When Jennifer Lawrence won over the older woman, I lost respect for the Oscars.' Vidhu Vinod Chopra takes......

ICC Test rankings: Kohli is the highest-ranked Indian batsman

Virat Kohli celebrates on completing his century. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Virat Kohli has broken into the top-20 of ICC Test rankings at 16th after his stupendous......

Ferguson claims he was not alone responsible for Moyes getting United job

David Moyes (left) with Sir Alex Ferguson. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty Images Alex Ferguson has broken his silence on David Moyes's short, traumatic reign at Manchester United, saying the......

'I was completely broken, absolutely finished, mentally shot'

Kevin Pietersen in a conversation with England captain Alastair Cook. Photograph: Getty Images Dumped England batsman Kevin Pietersen has slammed his former team managers for allegedly allowing a......

Photos: Federer moves smoothly into fourth round

Roger Federer of Switzerland celebrates a point during his men's singles match against Damir Dzumhur of Bosnia and Herzegovina on Day 6 of the 2015 French Open. Photograph: Clive Brunskill/Getty......

PHOTOS: Solid Nadal dismisses Almagro; Djokovic ignores groin worries to advance

Spain's Rafael Nadal returns a shot during his men's singles match against countryman Nicolas Almagro on Day 5 of the 2015 French Open. Photograph: Clive Mason/Getty Images Rafael Nadal got his......
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A study in photos of Sundarbans health ills

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu An ailing person being taken for medical help. Photo: Special Arrangement TOPICS Bose said... ...

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On Africa Day, UN chief spotlights continent's achievements, reflects on challenges of 2015

29 May 2015 The Continent: Each year, Africa Day is an opportunity to celebrate the continent's achievements and to reflect on its challenges,... ...

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How Kangana kicked the hornet's nest

Two National Awards and two well-acclaimed movies later, Kangana Ranaut is the unexpected poster girl for Bollywood success There comes a time... ...

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IIT-Madras ban on student body for criticising Modi is ...

1908. The venue is University of California at Berkeley. Christian evangelist J. Lovell Murray who had worked in India is giving a lecture at the... ...

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Pure Silence, Like A Solitary Petal

FRACTALS: NEW AND SELECTED POEMS/TRANSLATIONS 1980-2015 BY SUDEEP SEN GALLERIE PUBLISHERS | PAGES: 383 | [PRICE NOT STATED] When the Nepal... ...

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