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Jurists prod India to scrap Section 377
The International Commission of Jurists, a Geneva-based body of legal experts, has urged the Indian ... | Read
Abuse and a visa question
Alok Madasani, who survived the shooting in the Kansas bar that killed his friend Srinivas Kuchibhot... | Read
Cong rules out Sena tie-up
Senior Congress leaders today spoke out against any tie-up with the Shiv Sena in the Brihanmumbai Mu... | Read
Cong slams Modi ISI slur
The Congress today objected to Narendra Modi using alleged Pakistani involvement in a train accident... | Read
Sasikala starts on autobiography
The next autobiography from jail could be a tell-all by a lady who has just been through a roller-co... | Read
Colour complaint on Rs 2000 note
Uttar Pradesh police were thrown into a tizzy today after a man claimed that a Rs 2,000 note that he... | Read
Blessing in Desguise
Help is pouring in for police inspector Daulat Ram Jogawat. But guess who he wants to thank. | Read
Actor's pledge against misogyny
A longstanding movie industry culture of celebrating macho "heroes" who spout misogynistic... | Read
St Stephen's nod to autonomy proposal
The governing body of St Stephen's College today approved a proposal from Delhi University to grant ... | Read

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