Story Posted on 05-08-2016


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Sri Lankan Navy, LTTE

When Tamil Tigers cheered for Sri Lanka with Civil War's top prisoner

[Book extract] Even the LTTE made an exception for cricket.


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BJP, Amit Shah, Gujarat Polls, Vijay Rupani

Vijay Rupani as Gujarat CM is a disaster waiting to blow up in BJP's face

It must be remembered that Amit Shah has always aspired to be in the saddle in Gandhinagar.


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Modi government, Gujarat Polls, Vijay Rupani

Inside story of how Vijay Rupani became Gujarat CM

Amit Shah bulldozed Anandiben Patel's plans to elect her successor.


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An Indian Twitter handle is asking people to solve riddles and the answers are brilliant

Snide social media gobbled up @CATExam2016's 'questions' and spit out a machine that farts snarks.


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Gujarat, Vijay Rupani

Everything you want to know about Gujarat's new CM Vijay Rupani

Nitin Patel, the health and family welfare minister, has been made the Deputy CM.


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Health, Running

How running changed my life

You have to work for the high. And it’s the biggest tease.


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Book Extract, History, Wrestling

How wrestling flourished in medieval India under Mughal and Hindu rulers

[Book extract] The word 'pahlavan' is thought to be derived from the name of the Parthian tribe in Iran and its Arcaside dynasty dating back to 250 BCE.


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Penis, Indians, Sex

Indian men like to name their private part 'SRK', 'Shakti Kapoor'. We don't know whether to laugh or cry

Agents of Ishq, an online forum aiming to increase the conversation around sex in India, recently published their findings.


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Immigrants, Melania Trump, Donald Trump

[Explained] Why Melania Trump is lying about her immigration status

Instead of positioning himself as the saviour of Americans, the Republican nominee should've focused on saving America from his wife first.


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Congress, Rahul Gandhi

Ex principal of St Stephen's College explains why Rahul Gandhi is not cut out for politics

He is an exceptionally good human being. He wants to improve everything, including himself. But he is not cast in the familiar political mould.