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Dawood Ibrahim, Mumbai underworld, Chhota Rajan convicted, J Dey murder

Why Chhota Rajan got J Dey — the fearless crime journalist — murdered

A don's hurt ego against a reporter's stories.


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Twitter, Narendra Modi, Siddaramaiah, Karnataka Assembly polls

How Siddaramaiah has turned Karnataka Assembly polls into an all-out Twitter war

Incumbent CM is not just listening to Modi intently but also offering point-by-point rebuttal on the gaps in the PM's speech.


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BJP, Hindu Rashtra, Jinnah, AMU

Jinnah portrait at AMU should remind Sangh that India can never be a clean slate

There is no way to erase the remnants of the long journey India has undertaken before it turned into a republic.


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Jigna Vora, Jyotirmoy Dey, Life imprisonment, Dawood Ibrahim

How Chhota Rajan was finally convicted for the murder of J Dey

A special CBI court in Mumbai held the notorious gangster and eight others guilty for murdering the veteran crime journalist in 2011.


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Delhi Smog, Particulate matter, WHO, Air Pollution

14 of world's 15 most polluted cities in India: Why the north needs to wake up

At a time when Delhi dominates the pollution debate in the country, smaller towns are at greater risk.


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Feluda, Art, Satyajit Ray, Indian cinema

Why the magic of Satyajit Ray lives on

An ode to the auteur on his 97th birth anniversary.


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Airtel, Vodafone, Reliance Jio, Internet Telephony

How the government plans to use internet to fix call drop issue

The Department of Telecom wants to roll out 5G services and provide at least 50Mbps speed broadband connection to every citizen by 2022.


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Snacks, Food, Samosa

Honouring India's most famous snack – samosa

It is also endlessly adaptable.


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Kashmir, Pakistan, Narendra Modi, Indo-Pak Relations

How successful has India’s Pakistan policy been?

Surprisingly, every new person in New Delhi naively starts with a clean slate.


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WhatsApp, Jan Koum, Mark Zuckerberg, Ads

How Facebook is killing WhatsApp

The messaging app is likely to become a sinister clone of its former self.