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On Sheikh’s anniversary, Farooq Abdullah said that Maharaja wanted Kashmir an independent country and Sheikh Abdullah was not part of Accession
Twitteratis have spotted what could have been an unintentional devil’s horn on Trump’s head on TIME magazine cover...
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The Daily Show's Trevor Noah takes on Demonetisation and the need to have the National Anthem sung at movie theatres
Donald Trump’s staff are drawn from an opaque network of corporate-funded thinktanks and fake grassroots campaigns
Indian Ambassador to Cuba in the 80s recalls Fidel Castro’s admiration for Gurkhas and “miracle cow”
In a novel about Tagore and his female relatives and companions, the poet emerges as a fallible man
While Kanhaiya Kumar's memoir is eagerly awaited, an eminently readable novel based on life in JNU appears to have fallen off the radar.
Tanuj Solanki's debut novel, Neon Noon's greatest strength lies in its ability to make us readers confront ourselves
Bollywood loves stories of hope built on sweat, blood and tears. Look no further than Charu Khandal—the animator who defeated death and stillness.
The demonetisation move and the following chaos impacted the ticket sales and audience numbers somewhat
What can possibly happen when one of the senior members of a huge joint family is put on a ventilator all of a sudden?