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Arun Jaitley calls it the “single biggest tax reform since independence”, but what exactly is the proposed Goods and Services Tax?
With Internet usage soaring in India, so is cyber crime, but India’s laws do not appear to be adequate to tackle the surge.
The December carnage in Assam has divided its people like never before. For now, a delicate peace prevails at the state’s relief camps.
The Charlie Hebdo attacks in Paris was both contradictory to the teachings of the Qur'an as well as the Prophet's conduct.
As Prime Minister Narendra Modi pushes his Make-In-India plans, new data indicate two disquieting trends.
The new government has replaced Planning Commission with Niti Ayog. What’re the changes?
The steel city of Punjab is now home to jobless labourers and empty shop floors.
The state is besieged with a severe drug problem and accounted for almost half of all cases registered in India under the narcotics Act.
Journalist P Sainath talks about his new online media venture, PARI and putting the focus back on rural India.
RSS' labour wing is out to tame the Modi government with a five-day coal union strike.