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Story Posted on 12-02-2017

ART & CULTURE

 |  2-minute read
Kaabil, Raees

Both Raees and Kaabil are a success, so what's the fuss?

Two different kinds of movies doing well at the box office shows there is a market for all kinds of cinema.

VARIETY

 |  7-minute read
Donald Trump, Piers Morgan, JK Rowling

Rowling roasting ‘Trump toady’ Piers Morgan on Twitter is sarcasm at its best

So British it hurts.

POLITICS

 |  3-minute read
Sikhs, Nitish Kumar

How Bihari Nitish Kumar won Sikh hearts and minds

Prominent Sikhs propose to honour the CM as 'Guru Piara' - the Guru's Beloved.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Okram Ibobi Singh, Manipur

How Ibobi Singh baited a magazine reporter to derail crucial Manipur talks

His government in the state seems to be benefiting from the blockade.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
AIADMK, O Panneerselvam, Sasikala

What the doctor has prescribed for Panneerselvam

Maitreyan says he was quick to realise that OPS can be trusted to carry forward Jayalalithaa's legacy.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read
Uttar Pradesh polls, Assembly elections 2017

Who are the losers and winners of UP election's first phase?

The article has been co-authored by Balkrishna and Harmeet Shah Singh.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Uttar Pradesh polls, Assembly elections 2017

Who stands to gain from UP's high voter turnout? Akhilesh or Modi?

Muslims came out in huge numbers to cast their ballot.

VARIETY

 |  3-minute read
Xi Jinping, Northeast, The Times of India

When ToI joined hands with China to promote Northeast

The Times of India ran a photo of Xi Jinping, but identified him as Nagaland Assembly speaker Chotisuh Sazo (to keep Pakistan guessing?).

SPORTS

 |  Gloves Off  |  4-minute read
Olympics, Sports

Why we shouldn't need Aamir Khan to promote wrestling in India

Sport promotion in India should be the main responsibility of the national federation and its associated state units.

VARIETY

 |  Shorts In The Dark  |  5-minute read
Internet, Technology, Social Media

Why staying offline is key to online survival

People reach for their phones the moment they wake up. The human mind has a limited ability to process information.