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Supporters of Maoists are Fifth Columnists: Cong

In the wake of the killing of 24 EFR jawans by the Maoists in West Bengal, the Congress has asked the civil society to ostracise individuals and organisations providing legitimacy to and......

Jana Gana Mana was NOT sung in praise of the English king!

'Tagore wrote a song, not for George V, but a song devoted to the "dispenser of human destiny -- Bharat bhagya vidhata" -- God.' 'Tagore relinquished his knighthood after the Jallianwalla Bagh......

So how does Airtel Zero violate net neutrality?

Is the Airtel Zero plan really a big blow for net neutrality? Will it end the ‘free’ internet as we know it? Amidst the hullaballoo over the issue, Sudhir Bisht provides a contrarian......

Good/Bad/Ugly: What will Obama's visit be like for India?

'The real test will be in defence-related deals, for instance the Javelin anti-tank missile: Is the US willing to co-develop something with India, on terms that will support the 'Make in India'......

As India remembers 26/11, jihadist threats multiply

Through its early days to the 1980s, Pakistan sought to expand its sphere of Islamic influence through Afghanistan to Central Asia and got Pakistani citizens recruited in the Afghan government......

Volkswagen scandal dents 'Made in Germany' image

The carmaker was presenting itself as being run by technological diehards obsessed with building the world's best cars, notes Olaf Storbeck. Volkswagen's mighty balance sheet looks strong enough to......

What states must ideally do to boost the broader economy

States can better spend their extra share of taxes on a fiscal stimulus than can the Centre, says Andy Mukherjee. Image: Indian states will spend 60 per cent more this year than the central......

Apple shines as Cook dishes up Chinese feast

Cook may have found a recipe to rival late founder Steve Jobs' success   Image: Customers look over Apple products at the company's retail store in San Francisco. Photograph: Robert......

Power centre Delhi holds key to Modi's India revival dream

For India to make the most of Narendra Modi's ambition and energy, he must get New Delhi to keep up, says Nitin Pai. Few analysts expected Narendra Modi to pay serious attention to foreign policy......

Why the rising dollar is a global problem

Emerging markets and Asia may be first in the firing line This time round the rising dollar may be America's currency and everybody's problem. That's because the dollar's strong rise will serve to......

'I don't obsess about film adaptations anymore'

It's showtime for Chetan Bhagat again as he gets ready with his fifth book, Revolution 2020: Love, Corruption, Ambition that will hit stands this October.The bestselling author talks to Subhash K......

'We'll let you choose headline: Embarrassed, Demolished, Humiliated'

Ashes rout branded 'day of infamy' in horrified Australia How the media reacted to Australia’s collapse. Photograph: Twitter Australia's stunning dismissal for 60 runs on day one of the......

Ashes: Where are the players of the 2005 series now?

England won the Ashes for the first time since 1987 in 2005. It was the greatest series in the history of the game, but what has become of those Australian and English players a decade on? Read on......

Women's World Cup: Germany thrash Ivory Coast

Dominique Thiamale (16) of Cote d'Ivoire makes a save on a scoring attempt by Germany's Alexandra Popp. Photograph: ndre Ringuette/Getty Images Top-ranked Germany announced their arrival at the......

Ponting can't be sacked as captain unless dropped

Australia can't drop Ricky Ponting as the skipper unless he is dropped from the team, a noted cricket columnist has said. There has been talk about sacking Ponting as captain following Australia's......

IPL stars may lose one-fifth of earnings as tax

The Income Tax department which is probing all financial transactions of the Indian Premier League (IPL) has advised all foreign players to obtain PAN cards, failing which they will have to pay......
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