Profile of Ajith Pillai
As 83 opens to the public on Friday, Kapil Dev will grab the spotlight as much as the Bollywood hero, Ranveer Singh. Scripted in 2012, here's an imaginary story of what Kapil could have been apart from playing and talking cricket.
The Purulia arms airdrop has exposed wide chinks in the country's air surveillance system
A few months before Sriperumbudur, the late leader held a peace meeting with the Tigers
Kozhikode is the biggest entry-point for the hawala-aided influx of the yellow metal
Evidence points to hawala money being used to fund the Bombay blasts and Kashmir militants
Autos, speedboats, buses—women drive their way to emancipation
How hawala money changes colour, and several hands
The offer by four militants to talk to the Government reflects the Hurriyat's declining influence
Advani pushes for a speedy trial
Some wore neem leaves, others called her Jesus, one supporter even enacted death to celebrate Jayalalitha's birthday
While the Jain hawala case, the fodder scandal in Bihar and the 'housing scam' hog the headlines, other instances of politicians, bureaucrats and businessmen getting caught with their hands in the public till are surfacing across the country. All thi
Rajnikant's volte-face takes the wind out of the MGR Front's sails
Nine militants meet the home
It's Rao's final bid to turn a liability into an asset. But the Valley may spurn a 'solution' sneaked in via the backdoor.
The killing of 23 militants in the complex may provoke a backlash
For the people of Srinagar, paradise is a far-away memory. A guided tour to the ghost of a town...
Liquor control attempts will hit
Crippled by the Antony-Karunakaran rift, the Congress may find a late resurrection difficult
Strong regional aspirations strengthen the Third Force
Nina Pillai's mission is to defeat the Congress
Surrendered militants, believed to have the Centre's tacit support, could mar the poll process
The Government's credibility takes a beating as voters' accusations of coercion by security forces and surrendered militants reverberate through the Valley
The Congress edges out surrendered militants but the credibility of the election itself is suspect