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Story Posted on 06-07-2015
Line of control, Pakistan, Indian Army

Pakistani boy crossed LoC by mistake. What Army did next will make you proud

Our armed forces sent him home with clothes and sweets.

ART & CULTURE

 |  Paper work  |  5-minute read
To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee, Atticus Finch

Why Harper Lee's Mockingbird still sings

In around a week's time 'Go Set a Watchman' will be released, and I for one am keenly looking forward to becoming a child again.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Akshay Singh, Madhya Pradesh, Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Uma Bharti

Why is Uma Bharati raising a stink on Vyapam scam?

The former Madhya Pradesh chief minister is trying to ensure that her rivals do not drag her name in the scam and discredit her.

ART & CULTURE

 |  2-minute read
Art and culture, Indian classical music

Discovering Raag Maand

Pt Ajoy Chakrabarty is ready with 20 years of research on the discovery of our root raags.

HUMOUR

 |  1-minute read
TheDailyToast, Digvijaya Singh, Vyapam Scam, Shivraj Singh Chouhan

Shivraj Singh Chouhan: Who is bigger than the CM?

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Drug Abuse, Punjab Drug Menace

How Punjab's drug addiction is fuelling a Khalistan

Much like the militancy, the once prosperous state is losing an entire generation to substance abuse.

MONEY

 |  3-minute read
Eurozone, Alexis Tsipras, Greek referendum

How Greece’s resounding ‘no’ to EU bailout sets a new precedent

The fault seems to be the assumption that countries will continue to remain indebted and can be arm-twisted into implementing tax hikes and spending cuts.

HUMOUR

 |  2-minute read
My Salary Is Like, Hilarious, Twitter

#MySalaryIsLike is trending on Twitter. And it is hilarious

Have you got your appraisal already?

SPORTS

 |  1-minute read
Harmanpreet Kaur, Indian Women's Cricket Team, Mithali Raj

Twitter hails Mithali Raj's 5,000 runs in ODIs

The Indian women's cricket team captain scaled the milestone against New Zealand on July 6.

Earth, Asteroids, Astronomy

If you could see all the asteroids, what would the sky look like?

Astronogamer Scott Manley took all the asteroids near the Earth, calculated their positions and placed them on a virtual sphere.