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A wrap of the good, the bad and the funny from the world of news. The Salman Khan hit-and-run...
By NL Team|16 hours ago
Enter our photo dialogue contest and you could be featured in next week's Clothesline!
By NL Team|17 hours ago
The Newslaundry team has a freewheeling discussion on the news of the week. In this episode we discuss the...
By NL Team|2 days ago
The Indian Constitution does not permit for a hierarchy between the two Houses of Parliament on the basis of...
By Jagdeep S. Chhokar|3 days ago
The renewable energy sector generated 400,000 jobs till 2014. If the government reaches its goal of 100 giga watts...
By IndiaSpend|3 days ago
David Letterman brought his relaxed style and suave persona to command a show that has set the benchmark for...
By Vikram Johri|4 days ago
Almost a third of 12-year-old children in Telangana showed signs of malnutrition. An IndiaSpend analysis.
By IndiaSpend|4 days ago
Data from the Reserve Bank of India shows that loan fraud in public sector banks runs into thousands of...
By Factly|4 days ago
An intra-administration squabble like this inspires very little confidence in the government’s ability to negotiate through tough times.
By Arunabh Saikia|5 days ago
Garbage patches in the ocean pose a huge environmental threat.
By Avni Agarwal|6 days ago
How much money do we need? Do we need money at all? Vivek Kaul’s Easy Money answers these questions & more.
Can political machinations & behaviour be a result of nature over nurture?
Getting by with a little help from friends. Anita Raghavan masterfully retells the story of Rajat Gupta and Raj Rajaratnam.
Does Pavan Varma’s new book manage to resolve the crisis within India?
Akash Banerjee’s ‘Tales from Shining and Sinking India’ has its moments.
Rahul Pandita’s Our Moon Has Blood Clots attempts to set the record straight on the forced exile of Kashmiri Pandits.
Like it or not, Tavleen Singh’s Durbar is definitely worth a read. If only it was a more complete book.
Durbar. A riveting read. Politics, gossip and a pool of bile at being left out in the cold by Sonia.
Even if you detest cricket, you will love Chinaman - The Legend of Pradeep Mathew by Shehan Karunatilaka.
Ashraf, Kalyani, Lalloo. Dehadi labourers. A masterfully told tale of their lives, their azaadi, their kamai.