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No Stokes? No problem! Rising Pune Supergiant have proved they are not a one-man team
A collective effort from the squad has been vital in the team’s surge to the IPL final in just their second season.
Saket Choudhary clears the air on plagiarism charge, says ‘Hindi Medium’ is an original film
The director of ‘Pyaar Ke Side Effects’ denies that the May 19 release is a copy of the 2014 Bengali hit ‘Ramdhanu’.
Watch: Meet the Tamil Nadu teen who designed the world’s tiniest, lightest satellite for NASA
Pallapatti’s Rifath Sharook, 18, has made a device which will get 12 minutes of glory in space.
RSS wing says it could not find more than three journalists in Bengal who uphold its idea of Bharat
Organisers of Saturday’s awards event said they wished they could award 30 reporters, but ‘there is even fear in accepting the awards given by us’.
As the archery season begins, Deepika carries India’s hopes but Atanu may spring a surprise or two
Deepika Kumari has yet to win gold at an Archery World Cup stage but has won silver at four World Cup finals.
How young Indian brands are leading the global conversation on conscious fashion
Can hashtag activism change our relationship with our wardrobes?
With presidential polls up ahead, BJP promises raids and a ‘reckoning’ for its rivals
Many of the cases against the Opposition leaders are built on compelling evidence, but they are also convenient tools.
Success and suicides: The two sides of the IIT-JEE story reflect the failure of the education system
The competitive exam system and the coaching industry demand extraordinary capacities of mechanical learning.
Macabre scene caught on camera: Robbers kill two, injure three, loot jewellery store in Mathura
Police uploaded the video to social media for help in identifying the criminals.
The Daily Fix: Regressive customs like triple talaq should not be protected just because they’re old
Everything you need to know for the day (and a little more).
Kurd vs Arab: ISIS has been defeated here. But no one knows which country these kids now belong to
The war against ISIS has created fluid borders, with Kurdistan expanding its footprint in north Iraq.
Kiran Nagarkar’s explosive first novel was in Marathi. Now you can read it again
An excerpt from a novel described as stormy, hilarious, and moving in equal parts.
India’s boycott of One Belt, One Road summit in China was self-defeating
Narrow-mindedness, lack of vision, and an inflated sense of our own place in the world drove this latest tantrum.
WannaCry hasn’t hurt India's government, but there have been dangerous, unreported attacks before
Bring a cyber security law and amend the Information Technology Act to criminalise malicious online attacks, urge experts.
Why this Congress MP wants the Modi government to curb judicial overreach
Is it for the courts to decide what children should eat, how we should play cricket? Shantaram Naik asks.
Is Assam muzzling social media dissent through arrests in the guise of keeping peace?
Police accuse Parimal Gore of promoting enmity between communities. Colleagues say he was targeted for criticising BJP government.
‘My soul is in a corset’: In letters from Stalin’s labour camps, glimpses of Soviet oppression
The recently translated letters of Latvian poet and journalist Arsenii Formakov depict everyday life – and suffering – in the Gulag.
Emily Johnson, The Conversation
Watch: Half of India is susceptible to modern slavery and it’s time we did something about it
More than 18 million people are living in slavery in the country.
Art of survival: How embroidery work helps women artisans of Thar desert to overcome adversity
Refugees from Sindh, Pakistan, these women have used their exquisite Kashida skills to build dignified lives in a harsh world.
Tarun Kanti Bose
NBA Conference Finals preview: Are we heading for Warriors vs Cavaliers version 3.0?
Golden State Warriors face a tough San Antonio Spurs in the Western Conference finals while the Boston Celtics face a LeBron-powered Cavaliers in the East.
How different are female, male and intersex genital cutting?
There are some striking physical and symbolic similarities.
Brian D Earp, The Conversation & Rebecca Steinfeld, The Conversation