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Story Posted on 22-09-2016

SPORTS

 |  5-minute read
AIFF, Indian football

Westwood for Constantine: Time for a new Team India football coach?

Whatever might be the final call, the AIFF must fast-track its decision.

ART & CULTURE

 |  Rough Cut  |  4-minute read
Films, Mira Nair

If we don't tell our stories no one else will: Mira Nair

'The screen must reflect the multiplicity of the world we live in.'

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
UP Polls 2017, Mulayam Singh Yadav, Amar Singh

Why Mulayam brought Amar Singh back into Samajwadi Party

It's no secret that the SP chief has once again begun to bank heavily on the Thakur from Azamgarh on matters political and personal.

POLITICS

 |  9-minute read
Kashmir, PDP

Why PDP is self destructing in Kashmir

Founding member and Srinagar MP Tariq Hamid Karra's resignation is indicative of a deeper crisis within the party.

VARIETY

 |  2-minute read
Nuclear Threat, Pakistan, Uri attack

Readers tell us whether India-Pakistan should head for a nuclear showdown

'The government has promised retaliation but we must have patience and not do war mongering.'

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Suresh Prabhu, Indian Railways

Budget merger either a boon for Railways or disaster for Jaitley

Despite all efforts, minister Suresh Prabhu could not improve finances of the behemoth.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
RN Kao, RAW

How RAW, India's intelligence agency, fared under 21 spymasters in 48 years

Its glorious era was during the headship of RN Kao.

MONEY

 |  4-minute read
4G, Telecom, Reliance Jio

Reliance Jio's entry is likely to benefit Bharti Airtel, Idea

It's a bet which has shaken the telecom market with super-low data and voice tariffs.

ART & CULTURE

 |  Out of Order  |  6-minute read
Feminism, Amitabh Bachchan, Pink

Pink introduces us to feminist man and patriarchal woman

Meet the unicorns of the discourse on feminism.

HUMOUR

 |  7-minute read
Nawaz Sharif, Pakistan, Uri attack, Ivy League of Terror

A crash course in Pakistan's Ivy League of terror with Chancellor Nawaz Sharif

From classes on the art of the AK-47 to finishing schools of the fidayeen, they have it all.