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We must fight for those fighting for human rights

'I have been a court reporter for many years and have not seen such blatant suppression of those who are fighting for human rights, suppression of freedom of expression, and linking it to......

Outrage over murder of Gauri Lankesh

Slain journalist Gauri Lankesh was on Wednesday held up as a symbol of free speech and dissent, as journalists and activists across the country warned against treating her killing as an isolated......

Indrani is still the boss

Indrani is clearly in charge in her little corner.She is speaking rapidly to a not-very-tall, pot-bellied, balding man, whom she repeatedly, decisively, asks, "Have you understood?"The tone is that......

The Strange Bedfellows of Triple Talaq

'As long as true Hinduism survives in India, we need not let the Hindutva fear factor keep us from accepting a change in Muslim personal law with a ban on triple talaq,' says Najid Hussain. When......

I felt a little fear: Indrani's driver

Lawyer: 'Did YOU not ever feel scared?'Shyamvar Rai: 'I am a driver, I said okay. Madam said it is your job...'Vaihayasi Pande Daniel reports from the Sheena Bora murder trial.Illustration: Dominic......

Demonetisation: Why the Oppostion opposes it

'The whole country supports the government.''The exceptions are only two -- those who thrived on black money and those who are inimical to Indian interests,' argues Major General Mrinal Suman. Life......

A big win for Moneylife, a small step for journalism

Moneylife's victory against NSE shows good journalism does not need to fear deep pockets of big corporations, says N Sundaresha Subramanian The Bombay high court’s decision on Wednesday to......

Markets end flat

Markets ended Monday's rangebound session on a flat note weighed down by profit taking in index heavyweights such as Reliance Industries, TCS and ICICI Bank.The Sensex ended down by 14 points to......

Nokia makes Netbook entry with a splash

Nokia, the dominant force in the handset industry, has spent the major part of 2009 guarding its turf against resurgent rivals like Samsung, LG, Sony Ericsson and Motorola, and also tech......

Trusts, NGOs under ambit of money-laundering law

Charitable trusts, whether temples, churches or mosques, non-government organisations (NGOs), educational institutions or societies, if registered as non-profit organisations (NPOs), will not only......

Will these jodis hit the box office jackpot?

For decades, Bollywood producers followed tried and tested formulas. The audience was happy and their approval kept the money flowing in. It wasn't just the screenplay or the climax which could......

From Mumbai's slums to Oscars' red carpet

Sagar Salunke may be heading for the kind of fame Slumdog Millionaire stars Rubina Ali and Mohammed Azhar enjoyed when their film was nominated at the Oscars last year. The young 16-year-old boy......

Undertrial is a good try

This is a rare week when you have two releases,bothrealistic. Black Friday on the 1993 Bombay blasts, and Undertrial directed by Aziz Khan, based on the life of Asgar Hussainaccused of raping his......

Deepa Mehta on her next, The Exclusion

Just as her Water -- nominated by Canada as its entry for the Oscar for best foreign film -- is looking at a fresh theatrical release despite being a hot-selling DVD, filmmaker Deepa Mehta is......

Turkish gay referee to be compensated after being deemed 'unfit' to officiate

Turkish media said that Dincdag had been a football referee in Trabzon for 13 years when his license was revoked in 2009 and has been unable to officiate at any match since. Homosexuality has been......

EXPOSED! FIFA scandal stinks up the Caribbean

‘There is a Jack Warner or two in every Caribbean parliament today’ Activists from advocacy group Avaaz demonstrate near the Hallenstadion, in Zurich. Photograph: Arnd Wiegmann/Reuters......

Pistorius sentenced to five-year jail term for killing girlfriend

Oscar Pistorius (centre) is escorted to a police van after his sentencing at the North Gauteng High Court in Pretoria. Photograph: Siphiwe Sibeko/Reuters Olympic and Paralympic sprinter Oscar......

Police drop probe into complaint against Clattenburg

London's Metropolitan Police have dropped an investigation into a complaint made against referee Mark Clattenburg for alleged inappropriate language towards a Chelsea player last month. - Referee......

New Zealand skipper Vettori bats for UDRS

In a stand quite different to the one adopted by the Indian Cricket Board (BCCI), New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori and coach Mark Greatbatch have favoured the use of Umpire Decision Review System......
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