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Blog Rail Ways India Jul 18, 2018
According to internal tests conducted by the Indian Railways, big improvements in water quality have not been noticed in the last five years.
Blog Jul 18, 2018
Mountaineer Chhanda Gayen wouldn’t have got permanently lost on her 2014 expedition if she were fitted with a transceiver. That sums up the utility of ham radios for individuals in moments of crisis, which is where certain teams have found a niche.
Blog Jul 17, 2018
There is many a slip between national leaders' Hindi speeches and their Tamil rewordings. The BJP’s H. Raja has, unexpectedly, become the latest instance in the Dravidian land.
Blog Word Wobble Jul 16, 2018
The psychological thriller, starring Kalki Koechlin, stands out in the throng of Indian short films on YouTube
Blog World Cup Roundup Jul 16, 2018
The World Cup is now over, and the next one is four years away. Sixty-four games later, France are crowned champions, as a month long
Blog Bangalore Diary Jul 13, 2018
Also, a look into the rear-view mirror at the story of one of India's best known institutes -- the century-old Indian Institute of Science (IISc)
Blog Jul 13, 2018
Mehbooba and Omar’s allegations tantamount to accusing the rebel MLAs of being agents of New Delhi in Srinagar. And this is seen as a slur in Kashmir. In short, the worst abuse one can face.
Blog Rail Ways India Jul 12, 2018
Amidst the general gloom over India's perennially late trains, a small ray of hope has emerged: The curve on the average delay of all trains has started
Blog Rough Cuts Jul 12, 2018
Smiles are back on the faces of the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) leaders following the eagerly awaited meeting between Bihar chief minister Nitish Kumar and
Blog Jul 12, 2018
Missed the action? Don’t worry, here is your roundup of the second semi-final of the World Cup.
Blog Jul 11, 2018
In a high energy game where two of the strongest teams on paper faced off, Les Bleus ran out victorious thanks to a towering header
Blog Soggy Samosa Jul 09, 2018
Excluding France, who've also only won the World Cup only once in recent memory, the likes of Belgium, England and Croatia are entering territory which hasn't been explored, at least in a while.
Blog Tamil Tunes Jul 09, 2018
Actor Vijay seen with a cigarette in the first look posters of his film Sarkar pays the price for promoting tobacco
Blog Jul 08, 2018
Dele Alli and Maguire send England through as Sweden create a number of a chances but fail to put them away. On the other end, hosts Russia were knocked out by a hard-working Croatia side.
Blog FIFA 2018 Jul 07, 2018
Missed out on some of the action? Here is your definitive round up of Day 20 of the World Cup.
Blog Live From Srinagar Jul 05, 2018
Nothing wrong in J&K having a Hindu CM; only that the political parties generally avoid the idea in view of the state’s demography. Right now, every MLA in the assembly put in suspended animation seems eyeing the top Cabinet post.
Blog Rail Ways India Jul 05, 2018
Differences between authorities over the conditions in the international tenders can push the deadline to 2021 in the case of the arrival of the much-hyped aluminium-bodied trainsets that are energy-efficient and capable of speeds up to 200 kmph.
Blog Jul 04, 2018
Kane’s penalty was cancelled out by a stoppage-time equaliser, only for Pickford to rescue England in the shootouts. On the other side, Sweden went past
Blog 20 years of Satya Jul 03, 2018
Satya broke the mould in an era of syrupy romances to pave the way for realistic cinema.
Blog World Cup Roundup Day 17 Jul 02, 2018
If Saturday was all about the goals, Sunday was all about the saves. Akinfeev saved Russia from elimination while Kasper Schmeichel’s efforts for Denmark were in vain. Couldn’t catch the action? Here is your definitive round up of Day 17 of the World Cup.
Blog Jul 01, 2018
Talking about dark horses, neither of France or Argentina were one- they were outright favourites for the crown. So we were in for a great game, and what followed exceeded all expectations.
Blog Third Umpire Jul 01, 2018
Although a new set of administrators will take charge on Monday, things are unlikely to change as many past officials whose family members contested are expected to run the show by proxy if their kith and kin win
Blog Blog/Rough Cut Jun 30, 2018
His story also highlights his relationships with the two most important men in his life – his father Sunil Dutt (played by Paresh Rawal) and his close friend portrayed by Vicky Kaushal.
Blog Word Wobble Jun 29, 2018
A loud complaint at his janata darbar irks ‘noble’ Trivendra Singh, who shouts back and hands the schoolteacher over to his police. The woman was released later, but the CM had his angelic image come crashing.
Blog Jun 29, 2018
It was an unusual end to Group H, as Colombia came back from their opening day loss to top the group.
Blog FIFA 2018 Jun 28, 2018
Need a quick rundown of what exactly happened? Here is your definitive round up of Day 14 of the World Cup.
Blog RAIL BLOG Jun 28, 2018
Rail reform plans remain either half-done or haven’t materialised at all. A chunk of the projects are ‘work in progress’ for long. Why are the tracks laden with red signals than green?
Blog Thomson Reuters survey Jun 27, 2018
To not appear in the number one spot again, India needs to show the first world it has learnt its lesson, that there will be Nirbhaya no more.
Blog Jun 27, 2018
Don’t fret, your pals won’t be able to figure out you missed the football after you read this definitive round up
Blog Jun 26, 2018
Missed some of the action? Here is your summary of what went down on Day 12 of the World Cup.


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