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The lure of collective suffering: Why India's poor are embracing the pain of demonetisation
From vegetable markets to barber shops, they are willing to put up with hardship in the nation's interest.
As Manohar Parrikar goes to Bangladesh, time to ask: Who is afraid of India in the Bay of Bengal?
Does Beijing hold the key to energising India’s inert neighbourhood diplomacy?
Rs 50,000 or Rs 75,000? Allahabad poor debate rumour that government will put cash in their accounts
Speculation, hardship and a glimmer of anger in Uttar Pradesh after demonetisation.
Bhopal encounter: Citizens' fact-finding team alleges that official version is full of holes
A report by an independent team adds to the questions that were asked after videos indicated that eight terror suspects had been killed in cold blood.
US Elections 2016
Trump and Clinton divided men and women as never before in recorded US electoral history
The gender gap is growing. Clinton won women by 12 points and lost men by the same amount – a 24-point gap.
Video: Japanese skating rink forced to shut down after crazily freezing 5,000 fish under ice
Even by the standard of wild ideas, this one was bizarre.
England in India
India gained everything and England almost nothing from the 3rd Test in Mohali
It all went to plan for Virat Kohli, while for Alastair Cook, the problems only grow bigger.
global climate change
Can a new knowledge platform save the Indus basin?
Not enough data exists on the complex interaction on glaciers in the basin, but new technology could change that.
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