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A look at the life and achievements of the founding father of modern Singapore – Lee Kuan Yew
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By Boom Live|Yesterday
India's leading welfare state, Tamil Nadu, will get the lowest share of funds from the Centre.
By IndiaSpend|4 days ago
Arnab and his understudies hit an all-time low with their coverage of India’s defeat in World Cup 2015.
By Ranjan Crasta|4 days ago
Barkha Dutt launches a veiled attack on ‘channel(s) that swear by hashtags’.
By Ranjan Crasta|5 days ago
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By NL Team|6 days ago
Contractual journalists at the national broadcaster move the Central Administrative Tribunal fearing job loss.
By Gangadhar S Patil|6 days ago
HT publishes first image of Salma Hayek after her sex change. How very resourceful of them!
A must-read. GOI's brilliant attempt to promote literacy in India.
Hindustan Times catches Sonia Gandhi playing cricket with her Chief Ministerz.
Arnab and his hysterical nation.
HT lands a scoop. Reveals Neil Armstrong really took a giant step for mankind by pioneering a sexual revolution. Who knew!
TOI's version of protecting a woman's identity. Name the wronged person. And then black out her eyes.
Errr...did we not receive the memo from Parliament about the colours of the Tiranga being interchanged?
Mahi's female groupies brokenhearted. Star News drags Dhoni out of the closet.
Talk about sharing too much information
Hindustan Times indulges in just a dash of sensationalism and conjecture – anything to reel the readers in.