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The trials and tribulations of eating and serving beef in Delhi

Our reporter explores what it means to eat, serve and protect the cow in Delhi.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 22, 2015   in Articles|26 comments

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It’s turning out to be the uncrackable code: Uniform Civil Code

Your all-round guide to the UCC’s history, roadblocks, complications and how it works in other countries.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|October 21, 2015   in Governance|3 comments

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IB runs background checks on RTI activists: What is the government scared of?

RTI activists invited to the annual CIC convention claim IB sleuths questioned them on their politics.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 16, 2015   in Articles|8 comments

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How UP police’s caste insensitivity forced a Dalit family to strip in the middle of the market

We talk to both parties and try getting to the bottom of what happened in Dankaur on October 7.

posted by Arunabh Saikia|October 12, 2015   in Articles|3 comments

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Will the Modi-Merkel duo weave some magic into an erratic Indo-German relationship?

The two might have more in common than you’d imagine

posted by NL Team|October 6, 2015   in Articles|one comment

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Aarushi was rich people’s daughter, that’s why her death received more attention: Hemraj’s wife Khumkala

The wife of the murdered domestic help says she finds it hard to make ends meet.

posted by Deepak Adhikari|October 5, 2015   in Articles|4 comments

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The 3rd India-Africa summit will begin this month. What is the mega-event all about?

The summit will enable consultations between the heads of government of 54 African nations and the Indian government.

posted by Abhishek Choudhary|October 5, 2015   in Governance|one comment

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Mid-Day rejects a gay matrimonial ad: What explains its U-Turn on LGBT rights?

The paper, it seems, thinks it was a mistake to publish Harish Iyer’s ad.

posted by Vikram Johri|September 29, 2015   in Articles|4 comments

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Marathi film Court, India’s official entry at Oscars, is not your usual courtroom drama

It’s a matter of great pride that a film of such brilliance will represent us on a global stage.

posted by Rajan Laad|September 25, 2015   in Life|7 comments

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Is the Draft National Encryption Policy really all that evil?

Not only is it justified that India seeks to tighten her leash on companies and private firms spying on political targets, it is overdue.

posted by Siddharthya Swapan Roy|September 22, 2015   in Governance|11 comments

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