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Story Posted on 04-07-2015

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Foreign policy, UNHRC, Palestine, Israel

Why India isn’t turning its back on Palestine just yet

New Delhi’s relations with Tel Aviv may be growing but so is its engagement with the oil-rich Arab world.

ART & CULTURE

 |  Wild Ways  |  5-minute read
Terminator Genisys, Arnold Schwarzenegger

Four good reasons I'm no longer a Terminator fangirl

A face-off between artificial, hybrid intelligence versus humanity. Oh, yawn.

LIFE

 |  10-minute read
Australia, India Today Spice, Weekend Wrap

Why you will always cherish a trip to Australia

Weekend wrap from India Today Spice.

VARIETY

 |  1-minute read
AIDS patient, HIV, Viral Video

I'm HIV positive, do you dare to touch me?

Finnish man Janne Antin wants to show what it is like to live with the stigma.

Viral Video, Shah Rukh Khan

What's with SRK and trains?

King Khan's upcoming 'Dilwale' is all set to repeat the historical train sequence from the evergreen 'DDLJ' in Rohit Shetty style.

POLITICS

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Mandal Politics, Reservation, Caste Census

Caste census: Why's government hiding OBC numbers?

The reasons for withholding this data can only be political.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
ISIS, Central Asia, India's foreign policy

How Modi's Central Asia visit will be a game changer for India

A significant reason for the PM's move to engage more closely with the region is geostrategic.

SPORTS

 |  Rotating Strike  |  3-minute read
Lalit Modi, BCCI, Match Fixing

Why BCCI needs to tackle match fixing right on the front foot

If the Jagmohan Dalmiya regime wants to refurbish the board's image, they need to form an independent committee and investigate the matter.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Rape Culture, Sexual violence, Consent

Why saying no to boys won't end rapes in India

Consent culture is lovely in theory. Much like Santa Claus and unicorns. But can it work? Not so soon.

ART & CULTURE

 |  4-minute read
Amish Tripathi, Scion of Ikshvaku

How Amish Tripathi pulls off retelling an old story like Ramayana in a new way

While I enjoyed reading the 'Scion of Ikshvaku', I do have a few quibbles.