Fugitive rape accused Nithyananda is not only an assault to the law, but to the senses as well
It's a serious question how someone charged with abduction, assault, rape, kidnapping, and embezzlement (to name a few) fled from one country and founded another one, but Nithyananda has been a rage on social media for his series of outlandish and preposterous claims on anything under the sun, and even the sun itself.
What 'climate of fear' or 'hawa' Manmohan Singh and Rahul Bajaj are talking about?
Is India Inc really living in a climate of fear? Are industrialists scared to invest? Has the Modi government failed to create an atmosphere conducive for the industries? We try to decode.
5 reasons The Irishman is everything you wanted from Scorsese, De Niro & Pacino coming together
Scorsese takes a self-reflective look at his work in the genre and what has shaped up to be his legacy. The film, in many ways, is a lot like Goodfellas, but with a gloomier note. It's like Scorsese looking back at those fellas from today, and he realising the futility of all the fighting, cussing and stylised murders.
Airtel-Vodafone-Jio hike prices: Response to a deep rot?
This increase in the tariffs can be seen as a last-ditch effort from the telecom industry to become profitable again and not become a duopoly. Both Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel, reeling under debt, posted record losses in the September quarter. So, while the loss-making Vodafone and Airtel face a January-end deadline to pay up thousands of crores in additional statutory dues, Jio said that it took the step "to help sustain" the telecom industry.
Industrial Relations Code: Experts & unions against bill, express worry
This bill faces strong opposition from trade unions cutting across the ideological line and disapproval of experts for undermining labour rights and welfare
Lowest GDP growth rate in six years: Manmohan Singh blames it on climate of fear by Modi government
Speaking at an event in Delhi, Dr Manmohan Singh tore into the government and said that the state of economy only reflects the state of society. Industrialists are not willing to invest, banks are not readily lending, and startups seemingly living under constant surveillance, due to a climate of mistrust, he said.
TMC trounces BJP in all three seats: Takeaways from West Bengal bypoll results
Bagging all three bypolls, Mamata Banerjee's Trinamool seems to be on a path of resurgence. But how did it happen? Here are our top takeaways.
I, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur...
The idea of India is clearly changing when a terror-accused MP hails the assassin of the father of the nation as a ‘patriot’. In these trying times, here’s an imaginary page from the non-existent diary of Sadhvi Pragya.
"Only the rich would be able to come to AIIMS if the fees are hiked,'' says student & resident doctor
A memorandum sent by the health ministry has directed the AIIMS authority to not only review the tuition fees on students but also raise how much patients are being charged. Could this give rise to another JNU-like situation? We try to make sense.