Lawyers Menaka Guruswamy & Arundhati Katju, the face of historic Section 377 verdict, reveal they're a couple
SC decriminalising homosexuality in 2018 was not only a professional achievement, but also a personal win for the duo.
TIME's 100 most-influential people list: Priyanka Chopra hails 'amazing' litigators who fought against Sec 377
Katju and Guruswamy joined the...
ADR finds discrepancies in affidavits of AAP, Cong candidates
ADR said the affidavits filed by AAP nominee for the 2017 state Assembly electi...
Supreme Court's adultery verdict strong, progressive on gender equality, say women lawyers
Senior advocate Rebecca John and lawyers Aishwarya Bhati and Menaka Guruswamy, termed as correct the apex court's observation that the adultery law dented the individuality of women and treated them as "chattel of husbands".
Even if you don't vote for me, still I will work for you: Varun Gandhi's appeal to Muslims
BJP's Lok Sabha candidate from Pilibhit Varun Gandhi on Sunday sought Muslims votes during a public meeting in his parliamentary constituenc...
‘Aren’t you the lesbian who filed the case, a lawyer said’
With the repeal of 377, I feel I have given something back to a country from which I have taken a lot.
Handset company Celkon’s promoters to launch retail chain
The new venture will begin operations next month with in-house service centres. The investments will be met through institutional borrowings and promoter’s equity.
Airtel to offer 100% more data for home broadband users
For instance, Airtel's Rs 899 plan in Delhi now offers 60 GB of high speed data compared to 30 GB earlier, while the Rs 1,099 plan will dish out 90 GB compared to 50 GB earlier.
Ride on the margins: Solutions to keep cyclists safe in Bengaluru
The community is marginalised on the city's roads due to a lack of dedicated infrastructure and the insensitivity of the motorist towards cyclists.
Government versus NGOs: FCRA to protect transparency and prevent misuse of foreign funds
The first-ever renewal of clearances for foreign funding to NGOs have been delayed and new and stringent rules are being framed to govern them.
Dance of the Enchantress: Menakas and Mohinis in today's business world
Some Apsaras exist to entrap, others to enlighten
India, Pakistan must reinvest in economic ties: US think-tank
A US think-tank today appealed to leaders of the two neighbours to reinvest in trade and confidence building.
My father walked with kings yet had the common touch, Khushwant's son Rahul says
As was his habit every morning, he was doing his usual newspaper crossword puzzle, when he felt tired and lay down on his bed. He did not get up again.
Budget 2013 measures may attract small chip-making companies to set up units
Budget 2013 has waived the 5% import duty on chip-making equipment and allowed companies a new tax deduction of 15% on investments above Rs 100 crore for two years.
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