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Story Posted on 03-08-2018

VARIETY

 |  5-minute read
Hijab, Women's Rights, Ibtihaj muhammad, Barbie

Finally, an inclusive Barbie: The hijab Barbie is far more equal and modern than the doll's other variants

No, a hijab does not automatically equal oppression.

VARIETY

 |  3-minute read
Censor Board, Censorship, Pakistan, Mulk

Has Mulk been banned in Pakistan at all?

While it sounds extremely plausible, the censor board in our neighbouring 'Mulk' says otherwise.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
India, Nawaz Sharif, Imran Khan, Pakistan

Why Imran Khan has the world's worst job

India Today cover story examines the challenges that lie ahead for Pakistan's new prime minister.

POLITICS

 |  5-minute read

Freedom of speech vs free-for-all: Why Bombay High Court said 'India is witnessing a tragic phase'

We have made it a rule — anyone is free to speak, but not everyone has the right to be heard.

SCI-TECH

 |  6-minute read
Nokia, OnePlus 6, Apple, Asus

Five best smartphones under Rs 35,000

These phones bring with them impressive hardware that can, at times, even rival even top-of-the-line flagships.

POLITICS

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NRC, Immigration, Hindu, Pakistan

How the NRC turmoil is worrying Hindu refugees from Pakistan

The fate of 120 Hindu families from Pakistan depends on the government's decision.

VARIETY

 |  3-minute read
Bollywood, Padmaavat, Salman Khan, Sanju

Bad boys, big bucks: Why all Bollywood movies of the 300-crore club this year star a bad boy

Success has no formula. But actually, Bollywood's 300-crore-club has.

POLITICS

 |  4-minute read
Antigua, PNB scam, Nirav Modi fraud, Mehul Choksi

How BJP-Congress sparring is helping Mehul Choksi escape extradition

The diamantaire just needs to prove before the local court in Antigua that he is a victim of political offence.

VARIETY

 |  6-minute read
Cinema, Soft Power, Brazil, Brics film festival

Newton wins at BRICS Film Festival. How cinema can bring India and Brazil closer

In Brazil, Indian filmmakers could find a market unlike any other.

VOICES

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Mohan Bhagwat, Homosexuality, Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh, Sabarimala case

Why is RSS scared of making its stand clear on Sabarimala issue?

Is it worried that its reported 'boldness' might go against its image, or that society will not accept a new avatar?