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March 27, 2017

Theatre Zindabad on #WorldTheatreDay

by Ramu Ramanathan First things first. Gerukatte Gangaiah Shetty is no more. The founder of the Kateel Yakshagana troupe, who trained and performed for more than 47 years, suffered a cardiac arrest, and collapsed on stage in Yekkar (near Mangalore)…. Continue Reading →

Will the new maternity-benefits Bill help close the gender diversity gap at the workplace?

  It is definitely a quantitative leap, but will companies be comfortable giving employees six months off and ensuring the job is theirs when they return? Pooja Singh Photo: iStockphoto Parliament recently passed the Maternity Benefit (Amendment) Bill, 2016, which… Continue Reading →

Behind the BJP’s spectacular success in Northeast, years of silent work by Sangh

Back in 1995, the RSS and its affiliated organisations had about 650 such units in the Northeast; today there are over 6,000. Written by Samudra Gupta Kashyap | To form N Biren Singh’s government in Manipur, the BJP has risen… Continue Reading →

Gujarat communal clash: Mob came thrice, bigger each time, says survivor

Counter complaints have been filed by the residents of Vadavali and Sunsar villages with police. Written by RITU SHARMA | Vadavali (patan) | (Source: Express Photo)On Saturday, like any other, Amzad Belim (19) returned from the fields to lunch with… Continue Reading →

Mismanagement And Controversy Beleaguer India’s Chief Justice

 by- Alok Prasanna Kumar View photos Less than three months since he took over as Chief Justice of India, and not even half-way into his tenure, it is safe to say that Justice JS Khehar has not covered himself in glory…. Continue Reading →

Kapil Sharma to be warned by Air India officials for unruly behavior on flight

By Anita John – r Air India officials likely to issue warning to comedian Kapil Sharma for his unruly behavior on flight from Australia to India The Kapil Sharma – Sunil Grover controversy thickens by the day. Kapil’s brawl with… Continue Reading →

Whose Padmavati is it anyway?

.| BAIJAYANTI ROY Sanjay Leela Bhansali is fighting real battles on his film sets to paint the story of Padmavati on celluloid — even as experts debate her existence.  Padmavati The mirrors, reflecting the queen’s luminous beauty, appeared to be… Continue Reading →

Aadhaar on trial: The litigations around #Aadhaar #mustread

  The development of Aadhaar over the years has opened a Pandora’s box of litigations against its various claims and processes that range on the spectrum from privacy rights to compulsory carrying of Aadhaar cards by drivers. Prior to the… Continue Reading →

Aadhaar not mandatory for welfare schemes, says SC but next hearing date in ‘due course of time’

While the SC said govt could make Aadhaar mandatory for opening bank accounts, it didn’t hear the issue of making Aadhaar mandatory for various other things. The Supreme Court on Monday said the government cannot make Aadhaar mandatory for availing… Continue Reading →

Rajasthan: 20-year-old girl burnt alive for protesting over cutting of trees in Jodhpur #WTFnews

Boruda Police has registered a case in the matter and is further investigating the entire incident. A 20-year-old girl was burnt alive on Sunday in India’s western state of Rajasthan after she allegedly protested over cutting of trees, news agency… Continue Reading →

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