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Mullah Omar, Taliban

Why Mullah Omar's death means little to India

New Delhi is on the back foot in Afghanistan, while the US is relying on Pakistan to bring the Taliban to the dialogue table.


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India Today Spice, Weekend Wrap

What you didn't know about the longest running oyster festival and more

Weekend wrap from India Today Spice.


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Drishyam, Ajay Devgn

Drishyam: How Ajay Devgn fails to walk in Mohanlal's shoes

In the Kamat-directed Hindi remake of Jeetu Joseph's 2013 crime thriller, the original is somewhat diminished.


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Christian louboutin, Amazon india couture week, Sabyasachi

Why Sabyasachi is the Salman Khan of Indian fashion

Now that he has the brides safely tucked in his deep pockets, the designer has created a line for men.


 |  Breaking Views  |  1-minute read
Terrorism, 1993 Mumbai Blasts, Yakub Memon

How some terrorists get hanged in India, others get state funerals

Rajdeep Sardesai who covered the 1992-'93 riots poses some tough questions.


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Anuradha Roy, Sleeping on Jupiter

Why Anuradha Roy's book finds a place on the Booker list

'Sleeping on Jupiter' has enough suspense to keep turning pages, yet the lyrical prose makes one want to linger on.


 |  The Cynic  |  2-minute read
1993 Mumbai Blasts, Afzal Guru, Ajmal Kasab, Yakub Memon

How India hung the wrong Yakub Memon

Think of the mistakes that we made two decades ago. Do we make them still?


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Priyanka Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, National Herald, Rahul Gandhi

Rahul Gandhi has found his voice. But has he actually found his calling?

The Congress vice president would be right to worry about the fallout over the Rs 5,000 crore National Herald case which goes right to the heart of 10, Janpath and 12, Tughlaq Lane.


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FTII, Rahul Gandhi, Gajendra Chauhan

When Rahul Gandhi met FTII students

Addressing the students’ main concern over the alleged threat of privatisation of the premier film institute, the Congress vice president said he would stand by them.


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Indian Police, Punjab Terror Attack, Gurdaspur Attack

Gurdaspur attack: Our police needs to learn how to face terror

The Punjab strike proves we need to urgently transform our police personnel as the first responders to the enemy.