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Can India Deal with Halahal In Amrit Kaal?

We have our own problems for sure and they are not trivial, but for now, our economy is in not too bad a shape, our politics is as personality-driven and authoritarian as that of most countries in......

Heavy security across country for 76th Independence Day

India has not only been decked in tricolour hues in the lead up to the 76th Independence Day celebrations, but also put under a heavy security blanket, right from Delhi, the epicentre of the mega......

Jinping visits Xinjiang, says Islam in China must be Chinese in orientation

President Xi Jinping has asked officials to step up efforts to uphold the principle that Islam in China must be Chinese in orientation and religions in the country should adapt to the socialist......

Nupur Sharma Controversy: Lessons For BJP

To resist external pressure, it could use India's inherent assets and try and make democracy stronger by giving more space to human rights and minority rights, advises Aakar Patel. IMAGE: A......

'In Tamil Nadu, Dravidian Parties Are The Big Boys'

'Sometimes we use political pressure and sometimes political acumen to get what we want.' IMAGE: The All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazagham's joint leaders Edappadi K Palaniswami, right, centre,......

Why this Businessman Quit Kerala

Is there more than meets the eye to Kitex Garments, the world's second-largest children's garment producer, abandoning Kerala for Telangana?Shine Jacob finds out. Photograph: Kind courtesy, Kitex......

Robots to the rescue in times of coronavirus

From scanning hospital entrants to disinfecting hospital areas and floors, robots are being roped in for tasks considered high-risk, says Peerzada Abrar. IMAGE: A robot checking a man before......

How tech alumni plan to raise 21,000 crore to fight COVID-19

Over 5 million alumni from the Indian Institutes of Technology, Mumbai University and Institute of Chemical Technology, Mumbai, plan to raise Rs 21,000 crore to start the world's largest infection......

Teams may refuse to play Afghanistan at T20 World Cup: Paine

IMAGE: Australia Test captain Tim Paine feels that Afghanistan may not even feature in ICC events considering that they will not have any women's team. Photograph: Bradley Kanaris/Getty Images......

Paine says teams may refuse to play Afghanistan at T20 WC

IMAGE: Australia captain Tim Paine highlighted the ICC's continued silence on the Taliban banning women from playing any sport given that Afghanistan are due to take part in the Twenty20 World Cup......

Buzz: Holding awarded Freedom of the City of London

West Indies cricket great Michael Holding, who came out in support of the 'Black Lives Matter' movement, has been awarded the Freedom of the City of London along with former England women's team......

Shorts: Aus human rights body to probe gymnastics abuse complaints

Image used for representational purposes. Photograph: Edgar Su/Reuters Australia's human rights watchdog will conduct a review of the country's gymnastics program following complaints of physical......

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