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We set off for what the Survey of India pinpoints as the centre of India, and found him. And her. Wondrously, they happen to be married
The Indian infotech industry is under intense pricing pressure globally. It may even have to rethink its very business model
Keep it short. That is Twitter’s message for you. Yet, in just three years, it has already got millions talking
In yet another U-turn, Jayalalithaa has warped the electoral pitch in Tamil Nadu by declaring support for the Sri Lankan Tamil dream of an independent Eelam
Alienated Muslims seek refuge in conspiracy theories, while aimless Hindu youth look up to Ramlalla, the deity BJP owes its rise to
Whichever way the BJP chooses to go, it senses trouble. It’s an unenviable problem for a party that rose so dramatically to power not so long ago
For the first time in human history, more people live in urban spaces than in rural. But confronted by ecological and other civic challenges, our cities will have to adapt dramatically. What might they look like in time to come?
The party of the downtrodden is fielding candidates rolling in wealth. Just what’s the election plan?