India's leading welfare state, Tamil Nadu, will get the lowest share of funds from the Centre.
By IndiaSpend|38 minutes ago
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Factly relates the increase in cyber crime to the increase in internet subscribers.
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Bal Thackeray challenged the liberal democratic perception of identity politics being unnatural to Indian democracy.
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The media is missing a critical element in its engagement with controversial figures like Naipaul.
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At the right price, anyone can be a journalist. Thanks to the many institutes set up by our media houses.
There’s an escapism that’s common to those occupying news space these days - the Mallyas, F1 and Yash Chopra.
The most endearing aspect about Caribbean cricket is its elegance and effortlessness on the field.