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Dara Shikoh, Citizenship amendment act, Aurangzeb, Partition

Remembering Mughal prince Dara Shukoh in Modi era of Hindutva and Citizenship Amendment Act

Avik Chanda’s book Dara Shukoh, The Man Who Would Be King takes a hard look at the man, the ruler and the secularist in him.


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Indianeconomy, Gdpgrowth, Economicslowdown, Nirmalasitharaman

2020: A Do-or Die Budget for the Indian government

India Today Group Editor-in-Chief talks about the Indian economy, which is in the midst of a prolonged slowdown, in the January 27 edition of the India Today Magazine.


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Anupam Kher, Naseeruddin Shah, Bal Thackeray, Kanganaranaut

DailyOh! Kangana Ranaut at Indira Jaising's neck, to who is a clown, really?

Naseeruddin Shah calls veteran actor Anupam Kher a clown. And we tell you why you should take the clown seriously.


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Indian ai sector, Technology, Artificial Intelligence, Datalabelling

How an army of data labellers are behind India's AI boom

Indian AI sector is growing by leaps and bounds and data labelling business is expected to be valued at $1.2 billion by 2023.


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Kalyanvarma, Jsamoghavarsha, Sirdavidattenborough, Wildkarnataka

Wild Karnataka: Attenborough meets Western Ghats in a jugalbandi you cannot miss

From humour, romance, fight sequence to mother sentiments, Wild Karnataka has it all.


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Wuhan virus, Coronavirus, Prophets of doom, Insomnia

DailyOh! When no sleep killed a family to why Trump is right about prophets of doom

No sleep can kill us. And we mean that literally.


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Mr India, Satyarth nayak, Penguin, Sridevi

Satyarth Nayak’s Sridevi is a book for generations

Great lives must be documented, and Nayak does a fine job at documenting Sridevi’s.


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World Economic Forum, Koh-i-Noor, Davos, Deepikapadukone

DailyOh! How Amaravati gave us, then Britain, Kohinoor to why depression is Word Of The Day

You can let the bygones be bygones, but how do you live with the knowledge that a 105-carat diamond is forever gone?


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Islamistmilitancy, January 19, 1990, Kashmiripanditexodus, Kashmirimuslim

When I went back home to Kashmir as a Kashmiri Pandit 14 years after the exodus

As we landed at the Srinagar airport, we stopped for a few seconds to inhale hard. We were coming back to Kashmir after 14 years.


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Jews, Adolf hitler, Nazi Germany, Swastika

Swastika was Indian much before woke people woke up to the world and its politics

What explains this denouncement of swastika because Hitler used it, and an increased use of the shahada, the Muslim declaration of faith, despite the ISIS using it?