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Nobel laureate Malala's attackers get 25 years jail term

Four Pakistani Taliban militants were on Thursday sentenced to 25 years in jail by an anti-terrorism court for their role in the 2012 attack on Malala Yousafzai, the teenage child rights activist......

The danger behind Pakistan's new swagger

'Pakistan may feel emboldened to give an upswing to the proxy war in J&K, having secured a better international consensus on its strategic importance.' 'The raising of Pakistani flags by......

Govt slammed for not considering marital rape as criminal offence

Criticising the Central government's move not to consider marital rape as a crime, Delhi Commission for Women chairperson Barkha Shukla on Thursday said that the former was compromising on the......

Then VC asked cops to enter Jadavpur Univ: RTI reply

  Last year, Jadavpur University, one of the premium educational institutes of Kolkata, had hit the headlines for the wrong reasons. On September 17, a group of students who were sitting on......

'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......

Private sector cannot be pulled up for government failure

The Supreme Court has upheld the constitutional validity of the provision in the Right to Education Act that all schools need to reserve 25 per cent of their seats for economically disadvantaged......

Rohini Nilekani has her heart in the right place

Through the last decade, philanthropist and writer Rohini Nilekani has invested across sectors such as education, environment and sanitation. Wife of Infosys co-founder and Unique Identification......

Inspiring success stories of 3 entrepreneurs

Besides a great idea, it takes pluck, and some luck, to get going. Three startup entrepreneurs share their success stories with Indulekha Aravind. Image: Nithin Kamath (L) can afford to smile......

Infosys money to help teach computer science to American kids

Foundation partners with Code.org to do so, with Vandana Sikka joining latter’s board Infosys Foundation, the philanthropic arm of India’s second largest information technology services......

Here's what US has to tell India on smart cities

The US on Tuesday asked India to resolve land acquisition problems and address issues concerning foreign direct investment for attracting funds for smart city projects. ". . .right now we are very......

'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......

The Indian and Pakistani behind one of 2015's most important films

Hemal Trivedi, a Hindu filmmaker originally from India, and Mohammed Ali Naqvi, a Muslim from Pakistan, made one of this year's most talked about films. One of the most talked about films at this......

Review: Mr X doesn't have the lines, the sharps, the presence!

Glaring bloopers, cheesy writing and not even a smidgen of sense contribute to the hopeless mess that is Mr X, says Sukanya Verma. You know a movie has unlocked a new level of stupidity when a......

'I thought people would not vote for me because I haven't lived in India'

'The feeling has to yet sink in that I have won the title of MasterChef India,' Nikita Gandhi tells Rajul Hegde. Twenty-one-year-old Nikita Gandhi from the UAE, born in Ahmedabad, is the......

50 years of Oscar glory: 10 things you didn't know about My Fair Lady

Celebrating 50 years of a timeless Hollywood classic. Some lessons are impossible to forget. Particularly when rendered in the delightful form of Audrey Hepburn and Rex Harrison. It’s been a......

Mumbai Indians lacking a bit of confidence as a group: Ponting

'I have got the feeling that there are real good performances round the corner' Mumbai Indians captain Rohit Sharma. Photograph: BCCI It's been a nightmarish start for Mumbai Indians in the......

'I am not the right candidate to coach India right now'

'Coaching in India is a difficult job. You have to know the culture; there is a lot of expectation from the team' Laureus World Sports Academy member Steve Waugh during a media interview at the......

'A big country like India needs a top 10-ranked tennis player'

Former Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanisevic has said India can't forever sit on the laurels of greats like Leander Paes and it must have a top-10 singlesplayer for tennis to thrive in the......

World Cup diary: Riaz invites Lara to Pakistan

Wahab Riaz of Pakistan in action against Australia during their World Cup quarter-final. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images Floored by the praise showered on him by Brian Lara, pacer Wahab Riaz......
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Learning! 100 Award Winners Being Honored at Enterprise Learning! Conference 2015

From the Wires The Top 100 Learning Organizations From Public and Private Sectors Convene to Celebrate May. 4, 2015 09:59 PM CORONA,... ...

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Rampant Violation of RTE Act by Coimbatore Schools

COIMBATORE: There is rampant violation of the Right to Education (RTE) Act by private schools in Coimbatore district, claiming that the government... ...

http://www.newindianexpress.com/states/tamil_nadu/Rampant-Violation-of-RTE-Act-by-Coimbatore-Schools/2015/05/05/article2797975.ece
iCONGO's Jerry Almeida on film targetted at Cannes jurors

rd festivals, like the upcoming Cannes Lions, turn copywriters and art directors into 'good Samaritans with an expiry date'? iCONGO - Indian... ...

http://www.afaqs.com/news/story/44090_If-this-rubs-wrong-people-the-wrong-way-so-be-it-iCONGOs-Jerry-Almeida-on-film-targetted-at-Cannes-jurors
Systems of medicine

There is a strong case for the scientific validation of products of traditional systems of medicine, given that there is a proliferation of... ...

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Caught in a cliché

Why is the long arm of the law as long as it is? Why do the proverbial wheels of justice grind as slowly as they do in India? The phrase justice... ...

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