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Hey Ram: Within days of reviving the Ayodhya temple debate, the Ram Setu too is back in news
The Indian Council for Historical Research has announced that it plans to conduct an 'independent' study to find if it is man made.
'BJP is taking revenge on Muslims': UP's crackdown has left the meat industry panicked and scared
In a largely informal economy, why are only we being singled out for compliance by the new administration, ask Muslims in Uttar Pradesh.
Here be monsters, and you can’t help but be awed by them (because they may be in your life too)
This graphic novel might be the best combination of story and art in recent times.
A rebuttal to Reza Aslan’s critics and other Scroll.in stories that you may have missed this week
‘Give him a chance’ and six other meaningless arguments about Yogi Adityanath, Supreme Court's Ayodhya evasion, and more.
A court case in the US raises important questions about age discrimination in the hiring process
The US Supreme Court is about to decide whether the nation’s second-largest tobacco company was within its rights to summarily reject older job applicants.
Peter Gosselin, ProPublica
Latin American presidents are interacting with citizens on Twitter – but that's not a good thing
When leaders of weak democracies use social media to connect with people, they feel heard. But Twitter responses won't give citizens what they need.
Miguel Angel Latouche, The Conversation
In Dharamsala, Kuldeep Yadav has his moment in the Himalayan sun
He knows he is unique and nearly everyone reminds him of the same.
Glimpses of a book on the Americas, published by the Ottoman Empire, that costs as much as a house
The Tarīkh is a unique publication with just a few remaining copies.
In 8 years of Parliament, Yogi Adityanath’s favourite debate topic was Hindu affairs
Adityanath participated in 82 debates against the average of 38 for other MPs.
Alison Saldanha, Factchecker.in
On a day when Kohli carried drinks, Rahane proved that aggression can be purely cricketing too
Lurking beneath the polite exterior of the stand-in India captain is a competitor who gives no quarter and asks for none.
Resentment within Goa BJP after coalition partners bag most cabinet berths, plum portfolios
Anger at the upturning of the election mandate continues to simmer on social media.
'We are again in a climate that questions the value and scope of academic freedom': Hamid Ansari
The freedom of our universities has been challenged by narrow considerations of what is perceived to be 'public good', said the vice president.
In a society eager to vilify Islam, this book is both timely and necessary
Rana Safvi’s ‘Tales from the Quran and Hadith’ couldn’t have been published at a better time.
On Kolkata’s red clay courts, talented youngsters sweat it out with an eye on the French Open
The city hosted the Rendez-Vous à Roland Garros, the first leg of a junior wildcard completion for the second Major of the year.
Watch: George Michael is back, this time through an animated interview
In a candid interview, the pop musician, then 23, had analysed his future career with surprising prescience.
Debutant Kuldeep Yadav's 4/68 outshines Steve Smith's fluent 111 on Day 1 of 4th Test
Australia collapsed to 300 after being 144/1 at one stage mainly due to a fantastic bowling performance from the debutant.
From kitchenware to opulent interiors, it’s Copper Age all over again in India
For those attempting conscious consumption, all that glitters might be copper.
'New mystery guy in the house': Twitter toasts Kuldeep Yadav's dream debut
The left-arm wrist spinner replaced the injured Virat Kohli and took three wickets in a session.
Sound of Lollywood: Jazz, wanton women and a deeply horrified man in ‘Ae Roshiniyon Ke Shahar Bata’
The second entry in our new series is devoted to the forbidden pleasures of the nightclub song from the 1964 noir ‘Chingari’.
A mistrust of BJP government has made Muslim Meo residents of Mewat suspicious of health campaigns
Officials fault conservatism in community, disregarding the failures of the government to earn their trust.
As the 2017 Formula 1 season begins, here are all the big numbers to know
The Australian GP has a unique record as season opener – seven of the last 11 drivers to win the race went on to win the drivers’ championship.