Yet Another Politician Loses Lockdown Cool


K Arjunan is no more an MP but the Tamil Nadu politician was not going to have some police officials stop his lockdown journey. Just another instance of India's infamous VIP culture...

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Man Dies After Alleging Medical Negligence


35-year-old Covid-19 patient, V Ravikumar, left his father a video message before breathing his last in a Hyderabad hospital.

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“India Has Made A New Tryst With Destiny”


Why is India poor and how can it change? Manish Sabharwal suggests these 5 key reforms to transform the country.

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7-Year-Old Gets Textbook Mention


The Dal lake girl who became a textbook story… 😯😯

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Newlyweds Use Wedding Funds To Help With Covid


Unwilling to spend their wedding funds on a lavish ceremony during the Covid pandemic, this couple decided to celebrate their marriage with a handsome donation. 😍

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Delhi Got a New 10,000 Bed Hospital Overnight


Until a few months ago, Delhi’s Radha Soami Satsang Beas would host mammoth spiritual discourse sessions. No more. The satsang venue is now a 10,000-bed hospital. Here’s what it looks like. 😯😯

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The Life Of A Soldier In The Kargil War


21 years ago, Colonel Thapar received a letter from his son's grave."I will be observing you all from the sky, enjoying the hospitality of apsaras." This is the story of a soldier, and that of many others who lost their lives in the Kargil war.

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Distressing Details On Tuticorin Custodial Deaths


“This treatment cannot be meted out even to serial killers.” Social media posts, such as this one by RJ Suchitra, helped draw India’s attention to the custodial deaths of father and son, P Jayaraj and J Bennicks, in small-town Tuticorin.

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Meet India's Billy Elliot


London's Royal Ballet was a hop, skip and jump away from Mumbai's slums where he grew up. The story of Amaruddin Shah who inspired Netflix's "Yeh Ballet".

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Bottling The Indescribable Smell Of Monsoons


You know that incredible smell of rain hitting dry ground? Starting thousands of years ago, Indians identified it and made it a perfume.

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