TWO MEN IN BENARES
Narendra Modi, a modern parallel of the ruthlessly ambitious Mughal emperor Aurangzeb
Modi’s camp has suddenly decided to subsidise the distribution of skull caps and burqas among such Muslim men and women as are willing to be seen in his rallies.
Mumbai terror attack: Mumbai serial blasts a coordinated terror attack: P Chidambaram
On July 13, terror revisited a rain-drenched Mumbai. Three blasts at Opera House, Zaveri Bazaar and Dadar left 21 dead and nearly 150 injured.
BJP, BSP battle it out in Purvanchal, UP's heartland
If the battle for the heart of India hinges on UP, the battle for the state will be dete...
How going overseas as religious workers is spawning opportunities for Indians
For Indian community overseas, need for religious instruction and discourse is often even more important than Indians back home.
Assembly elections, GST, high-profile cases mark 2017
Two terrorists were killed by the army as it foiled an infiltration bid along the Line of Control (LoC) in Poonch sector of Jammu and Kashmir.
Ambica Beri's Art Ichol: A creative retreat for artists, writers & sculptors in Madhya Pradesh
Art Ichol is a creative escape and an artist’s paradise, with many promising and established artists frequenting it.
Amit Sharma: Meet the director of landmark ads from Google, Lifebuoy, Visa, Idea
The first big break was a commercial for Hanes underwear from McCann Erickson. Scarecrow's Raghu Bhat who was part of the creative team recalls.
Divita Kanoria's entrepreneurial venture on Aromatherapy
Kanoria began her entrepreneurial journey at an age when most women are caught in the endless cycle of playing wife and mother.
PM Narendra Modi serious about engineering changes in India's babudom
It will be tough for the new govt to break the policy logjam seen in UPA-II unless top bureaucrats make a conscious choice to take risks.
Meet three real-life unknown entrepreneurs of a different kind
Small entrepreneurs are the true backbone of economic activity who, from humble beginnings, start with zero capital or often borrowed capital.
Congress rides goons to realise UP dream
The induction of criminal elements has sent out mixed signals.
Institutionalising organ donation: Crack down on dubious "good Samaritans" that play middlemen
The buying and selling of kidneys is strictly prohibited by law in India, under The Transplantation of Human Organs Act, 1994 and invites harsh penalties.
With $1 billion in a year, team India is just fabulous: Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos
Amazon’s main rivals in India are Flipkart and Snapdeal, the Delhi-based company that counts eBay, Azim Premji and Ratan Tata as investors.
Overwhelming crowd seen at Rahul Gandhi's first meeting in Chauri Chaura
Fiery speeches by several local politicians failed to elicit any response from the crowd. Bhojpuri actress Kajal Nishad, who is contesting on a Congress ticket.
General Elections 2014: UPA fails to hardsell its security success in campaigns despite drastic improvement
Having learnt the lessons from 2008, the UPA could have capitalised on the issue over which it has some grip, but it has chosen to underplay the matter.
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