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Story Posted on 12-07-2018

SCI-TECH

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Smartphone, AI, Snapdragon 845, Camera

Oppo Find X quick review: Phone with innovative design and flagship specs

Here's our first impression of the Oppo Find X.

VOICES

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BJP, Jharkhand lynching, Lynching convicts, Jayant Sinha

Harvard-educated Jayant Sinha has shown BJP's real face

India has nose-dived into a black hole, hurling itself downwards at supersonic speed.

SCI-TECH

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Ajit Pai, DoT, TRAI, Net Neutrality

Why other countries should take India's example to build their net neutrality guidelines

Today, a fight to ensure the continued presence of a basic human right has been won in India.

POLITICS

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Jdu-bjp, Prohibition, Nitish Kumar, Bihar liqour law amendments

Behind changes to Bihar’s liquor law, a stirred and shaken Nitish Kumar

Is the decision to dilute the draconian law just course correction, or does it have political implications?

VARIETY

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India, Cheapest car, Ratan Tata, Tata Nano

How Tata Nano took middle class India for a ride

10 years after its launch, Tata Motors has said the world's cheapest car will be phased out by the end of this year.

VARIETY

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Bengaluru, God of death, Yamaraja, Traffic rules

Why the mace-wielding God of Death is running up and down the streets of Bengaluru

Yamaraja has the full backing of the law behind him.

VARIETY

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Nawazuddin Siddiqui, Anurag Kashyap, Saif Ali Khan, Sacred Games

The real game of Sacred Games: How to save the career of Saif Ali Khan

From celebrity to celebrity babysitting dad to a sidelined cop on the silver screen, Saif Ali Khan has seen it all. But Sacred Games lets you see him again.

SPORTS

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England, France, Croatia, World cup 2018

Many a slip between World Cup and lip: Why Croatia won its game

Fearless Croatia defeated jittery England, but football was the ultimate winner.

POLITICS

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Jammu, Omar Abdullah, IAS, Srinagar

To tweet, or not to tweet – The dilemma of being Shah Faesal

Kashmir’s iconic civil services officer sparked off a row after his ‘Rapistan’ tweet. But does being an IAS officer – and a Kashmiri – mean end of free speech?

POLITICS

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Lgbtq+, Supreme Court, Homosexuality, Section 377

Fighting 377, stupidly: In seeking 15 seconds of fame, gay rights activists have only lost valuable time

The Indian State is not against equality for gay people. But by siding with elements like the 'Tukde Tukde' gang, the LGBTQ community made the fight harder for itself.