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Members of Parliament played a charity game against an all-star Bollywood team to raise awareness for the Clean India campaign and the women’s empowerment programme.
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Jaitley, the wily lawyer, is playing his cards well. But when a manipulator becomes a finance minister, one can well imagine what will happen to the economy or people like Rajan.    
Dinesh Kumar, Chandigarh, India
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They are killing far more believers than non-believers. After wiping out non-believers they are attacking those who are not up to their standards but intellectual apologists continue to barf in the comfort of the security provided by liberal nations.
RSM, Delhi, India
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Modi has no say, RSS has set Swamy on Jaitley to cut him down to size  Sangh feels the Rajya Sabha MP is the only one fulfilling their 'virat anti-Gandhi and anti-scam agenda'.
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Kashmir has been the scene for massive protests following the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani on July 8. “Non-lethal” pellet guns used against the protesters have blinded many and 45-odd people have died in the face-off against security forces. The scale of protests have led to frayed tempers in the mainland with many resorting to high-voltage jingoism. But how well do you know Kashmir? Find out, take this quiz.
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THE SOCIAL NETWORK
Opinion MAGAZINE August 01, 2016
How an autonomous TV channel created to project vox populi from the ranked benches of Lok Sabha was brought under the govt’s thumb
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Excerpts MAGAZINE August 01, 2016
An exclusive extract from Josy Joseph’s book on Dawood's hold over Indian business and the questionable rise of Jet Airways
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Right-wingers lead a crowd who want Gandhiji out of rupee notes. They have their icons ready.
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Trending MAGAZINE August 01, 2016
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Last Page MAGAZINE August 01, 2016
The annual carnival is an explosive event with no-holds barred debauchery
Website July 27, 2016
Inflation has come down only because of good luck stemming from low energy prices.
Website July 26, 2016
With Jabong and Myntra both in its fold, Flipkart would have a far better reach and offering in fashion as compared to other e-retail players.
Website July 25, 2016
Unaware when co-option turns into comfort, and the minister and the journalist become friends. Each an extension of the other.
Website July 25, 2016
Peaceful acts — peace being a word that, even rhetorically, has gone out of style in “wartime” Washington — are still possible in this world.
Website July 25, 2016
The Corbyn camp sees MI5 role in attempts to discredit him before the Labour Party elects its new leader
Website July 25, 2016
Arindam Mukherjee on the future of Yahoo post its sale to Verizon
Website July 24, 2016
Sachin Tendulkar and Lata Mangeshkar do not deserve the Bharat Ratna and both have misused their fame.
Website July 22, 2016
How does Thalaivar make his money?
Blog July 27, 2016
Seen Nike's video campaign 'Da Da Ding' promoting flashy and exorbitant shoes for women? Ever wondered about the thousands of working class and poor women
Blog July 26, 2016
With news breaking that Nita Ambani, the wife of Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani, will be given government security, Twitter has been buzzing with some
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Kashmir has been the scene for massive protests following the killing of Hizbul commander Burhan Wani on July 8. “Non-lethal” pellet guns used against the protesters have blinded many and 45-odd people have died in the face-off against security forces. The scale of protests have led to frayed tempers in the mainland with many resorting to high-voltage jingoism. But how well do you know Kashmir? Find out, take this quiz.