• Can Indian Media Really Do With Some Humor?
    Book Review
    A new book ‘Lov La and Other Puzzles’ by Chandrima Bhattacharya proves why humor should flow naturally irrespective of whether it is fiction or non-fiction.
    Dola Mitra Feb 15, 2017
  • Did Demonetisation Hit Its Intended Target? What Fuels The Black Economy
    'In developing countries, tax-paying citizens often feel cheated because they see others getting away with paying little or no taxes'
    Arun Kumar Fri Feb 10, 2017
  • Operation Inundation
    Excerpts
    In a new book, 'Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand', former Special Task Force (STF) chief K. Vijay Kumar writes about how the sandalwood smuggler Veerappan hoodwinked the police for 20 years, and how he finally met his end. Here, Kumar talks about the STF starting yet another operation to catch the brigand.
    K. Vijay Kumar Sat Feb 04, 2017
  • Photo Feature

    Animatronic baby London 2016, a mechanical human baby with an electronic umbilical cord is displayed, during a press preview for the Robot exhibition held at the Science Museum, in London. The exhibition which shows 500 years of mechanical ...

    AP Photo/Alastair Grant Wed Feb 08, 2017
  • Photo Feature

    Prosthetic hands and arms from 1500-1700 on display, during a press preview for the Robots exhibition held at the Science Museum, in London.

    AP Photo/Alastair Grant Wed Feb 08, 2017
  • Photo Feature

    Artwork by Canadian Louis-Philippe Demers, which shows an artificial skull with robotic eyes which follows the motion of a visitor, during a press preview for the Robots exhibition held at the Science Museum, in London.

    AP Photo/Alastair Grant Wed Feb 08, 2017
  • Photo Feature

    A technician holds the hand of Rob's Open Source Android (ROSAL) which was built in France from 2010-2016, during a press preview for the Robot exhibition held at the Science Museum, in London.

    AP Photo/Alastair Grant Wed Feb 08, 2017
National States February 19, 2017
A section of IUML leaders are asking her to contest byelection from her father’s seat for the party which didn’t field a woman in the last two assembly elections
National February 18, 2017
Incidentally, in Jammu and Kashmir, instead of the State Congress, it was the National Conference, which was first to felicitate Karra while state Congress leaders were silent about the development.
National Society February 18, 2017
The recall comes despite NPPA, the apex drug price regulator, notifying that relabeling is not necessary and old stocks can be sold in the same packaging as long manufacturers circulate a price list with new prices.
National State February 18, 2017
The vote happened without opposition MLAs after the assembly witnessed chaotic scenes earlier when members manhandled each other and shirts were ripped off
International International February 18, 2017
The researchers claim that it is a distinct geological entity and meets all the criteria that are satisfied by the existing seven continents.
International News Analysis February 16, 2017
HMD Global- the Finnish manufacturer- is all set to launch 3310 along with three other models.
International Opinion February 14, 2017
How can we recognize our friends in the mixed-up world of Donald Trump?
International February 13, 2017
In his first speech since assuming official capacity, he told a gathering of senior officers that the army has no business trying to run the country.
Features Book Review February 15, 2017
A new book ‘Lov La and Other Puzzles’ by Chandrima Bhattacharya proves why humor should flow naturally irrespective of whether it is fiction or non-fiction.
Features February 10, 2017
'In developing countries, tax-paying citizens often feel cheated because they see others getting away with paying little or no taxes'
Features Excerpts February 04, 2017
In a new book, 'Veerappan: Chasing The Brigand', former Special Task Force (STF) chief K. Vijay Kumar writes about how the sandalwood smuggler Veerappan hoodwinked the police for 20 years, and how he finally met his end. Here, Kumar talks about the STF starting yet another operation to catch the brigand.
Features Arts & Culture February 18, 2017
R.K. Srikantan and S. Ramanathan were among those Carnatic musicians who imbibed a spirit of restraint in the system that anyway revels in microtones
Features February 11, 2017
"f u hv lost ur spine I hv a great team 2help u find it. Please (hil)figure urself out"
Features February 11, 2017
Exponent Ananda Shankar Jayant’s web-based ‘Natyarambha’ helps students firm up the classical form’s basics as homework
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