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Why Jallikattu for Tamils is about blood, passion and more
Jallikattu, the popular bull taming sport in Tamil Nadu is known to be a tradition and an identity for Tamils. Asiaville explores the passion that drives bull tamers and bull owners.
Alcoholism, greed, money: Why Karnataka women were forced to lay siege to Vidhan Soudha
Demands for a ban have only intensified since 2016 when thousands of women protested in Raichur demanding total prohibition.
Why the likely AIADMK-BJP alliance in Tamil Nadu is a mismatch
The leadership under Edappadi Palanisamy and O Paneerselvam is showing no signs of refusing a tie-up yet.
5 things to know about Chandrababu Naidu's 'Dharma Porata Deeksha'
Andhra Pradesh CM is protesting over the issue of special status.
Operation Lotus 2.0 or not? Karnataka Assembly speaker orders SIT probe into JD(S)’s audio tape
The Congress and JD(S) created a ruckus in the state Assembly on February 11.
BJP propels party campaign with flags and a dash of nationalism
On February 12, BJP president Amit Shah kicked off the 'Mera parivar, Bhajapa parivar' campaign.
From pesticides to sucking up groundwater: Coca Cola and PepsiCo’s dangerous trysts in India
For over a decade in India, the two beverage giants have locked horns with farmers, environmental activists, traders, and even their consumers over health concerns and exploitation of the local groundwater resources.
We don’t really hire tanned girls: SpiceJet job aspirant recounts shocking interview in Mumbai
Her tan was probably the last thing that this 20-year-old Mass Media graduate from Mumbai expected to hear as a reason for her rejection at a SpiceJet walk-in interview.
Post elections in TN, Centre gives first nod to Vedanta for yet another controversial hydrocarbon project
On May 13, 2019, a subsidiary of the Vedanta Group, which owns the now-shut Sterlite Copper plant in Thoothukudi, was given a preliminary nod to drill 274 exploratory wells in Tamil Nadu and Puducherry by the Environment Ministry.