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Story Posted on 05-02-2015


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West Bengal, Kurban Shah, Arup Bhandari, Kolkata

How much is a life worth?

Arup Bhandari, a 24-year-old, was beaten up for protesting against "eve teasing". A mentally unstable man, Kurban Shah, was lynched to death for trespassing.


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Kiran Bedi, Narendra Modi, Arvind Kejriwal, BJP

Delhi elections: AAP watches BJP, BJP steps on gas

Both parties are locked in a do-or-die battle for Delhi.


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Left parties, Aam Aadmi Party, Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi elections

How Arvind Kejriwal became saviour of the Indian Left

AAP has achieved what the mainstream Left parties have failed to do for all these decades: Carry out a mobilisation on the basis of class.

Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal, BJP vs AAP, Narendra Modi

Kejriwal bugs: No goodnight for Modi

Our cartoonist sketches the landscape of Indian politics with his wicked pen.

Video Sharing, Snapchat, WhatsApp, Twitter

TechCrib: Why do we need to spoil Twitter by sharing videos over it?

What's bothering Siddhartha Sharma this week.

Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal, Delhi elections

Delhi polls: Kejriwal promised free water, Kiran Bedi has already delivered

Our cartoonist sketches the landscape of Indian politics with his wicked pen.


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Law, Nithari case, Surinder Koli

Nithari case: How the judiciary ruled against bloodlust

The lynch mob against Surinder Koli stemmed from complete ignorance on the details of the case and the circumstances in which it was adjudicated.


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Jamie Dornan, Dakota Johnson, Sam Taylor Johnson, Kim Kardashian

Will Fifty Shades of Grey film live up to its reputation? Kim Kardashian thinks so

The film set to release on February 13 is bound to cause excitement.


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Opinion Polls, Kiran Bedi, Arvind Kejriwal, BJP vs AAP

Opinion polls: Whether they are right or wrong, AAP is surely leading the race

The data available appears to be congruent with my perception from social media.


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Technology trends to watch out for in 2015 and beyond

Artificial intelligence and robotics is everywhere and we can expect this trend to gather more momentum in 2015.