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Friday , January 25 , 2013
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Diverse sexuality education proposed

The J.S. Verma committee, set up after the Delhi gang rape, has suggested introduction of sex education in schools which should also cover different sexual orientations....   | Read..

Kamal film fate rests on show for judge

A high court judge has said he would decide the fate of Kamal Haasan’s Vishwaroopam after watching the movie on Saturday. ...   | Read..

Report raises J&K Hopes

A schoolgirl on Thursday rehearses for the Republic Day parade (Fotocorp picture) in Srinagar, Kashmir, where hopes have been raised following the Justice Verma Committee̵...   | Read..

Cigarette barbarity for Down’s syndrome

A two-year-old with Down’s syndrome is battling for life after being allegedly burned with cigarette butts by a woman faith healer who inflicted the torture in the ...   | Read..

Topper who split books

Balancing the books began at home for Prema Jayakumar, 24, the auto-rickshaw driver’s daughter who topped the all-India chartered accountancy finals this week....   | Read..
Bullock cruelty ban : ...  | Read
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Calcutta ‘trafficker’ on BBC claims police collusion

A BBC investigative report on sex trafficking in India, with Calcutta as the centre of operatio...   | Read..

Curfew zones for women’s ‘protection’

Maharashtra’s police bosses are routinely coming up with brainwaves to “protect wom...   | Read..

Ex-judge to probe Walmart charges

A one-man committee under a former Supreme Court judge or a retired high court chief justice will probe allegations that...   | Read..

Rajnath targets Shinde, Gadkari tax officials

Rajnath Singh began his innings as BJP president with a protest against the “saffron terror” tag on the part...   | Read..

Pune telescope spots Jekyll & Hyde puzzle in sky

A giant radio telescope in India has helped discover dramatic behavioural changes in a dead star that have so baffled as...   | Read..

Capture scare blocks women from combat

India is unlikely to emulate the US and allow women into combat anytime soon because the country has not resolved how to...   | Read..

SC provides partial relief to Salman, Saif

Bollywood stars Salman Khan, Saif Ali Khan, Sonali Bendre and Tabu can afford to smile a bit....   | Read..

Long-term visas for Bangla students

India has agreed to give long-term visas to Bangladeshi entrepreneurs and students in consonance with its improving ties...   | Read..

Rahul reforms off to mixed start

Rahul Gandhi has introduced some safeguards against nepotism and monopoly and boosters for the lower castes and minoriti...   | Read..

Wolf to dog, with starch

Scientists have pinpointed genetic changes that might explain the transformation of wild wolves into the ancestors of do...   | Read..

Jaipur festival takes to Dalai

If Oprah Winfrey — the queen of tell-all — was the highlight of Jaipur in 2012, the flavour of 2013 was the Lord ...   | Read..

Tharoor sees no ‘foreign hand’

Union minister Shashi Tharoor today spilled India’s worst-kept secret: there was no “foreign hand”....   | Read..