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Discriminated, Dalit kids turn dropouts: HRW
April 22, 2014
Four years after an ambitious law came into effect in India, guaranteeing free schooling to every child from six to 1 ...
Family, friends bid farewell to Nanda
March 27, 2014
Late actor Nanda's sister-in-law
T and brother Jaiprakash Karnataki along with a family member at the funeral c ...
Hanky-panky: what the government is doing on Internet
October 7, 2013
If India is serious about protecting fundamental rights to privacy and free expression, it needs to make the system more ...
Ex-mayor's nephew denied bail
July 5, 2013
A Delhi court has dismissed the bail application of a man arrested for allegedly raping a Russian woman and molesting a ...
More woman power: SEWA bank looks beyond Gujarat
March 14, 2013
Even as the government moves ahead with its plan to set up an all-women bank with a capital of Rs 1,000 crore, the count ...
Girls complain authorities don’t take them seriously
January 11, 2013
Mehta (name changed), a student of a south Mumbai college, was frequently harassed by a classmate who would ...
Thane girl’s docu nominated for award at California fest
November 17, 2012
’s documentary film, which won an international award for portraying the lives of brick ...
India’s 1st lung transplant patient wants to promote organ donation
August 14, 2012
After an organ donated to her by a senior citizen gave her a new lease of life,
Mehta, 41, the first patient to ...
Waited for someone to donate a lung for 6 months: husband
July 31, 2012
Before undergoing a lung transplant on July 11,
Mehta was on external oxygen supply for two years. She was diag ...
41-yr-old woman becomes first lung transplant patient in city
July 31, 2012
Mehta, 41, became the first patient to undergo a lung transplant in the city, when she was wheeled out of the i ...
This exhibition will be all about celebrating life
February 21, 2012
Paintings by more than 50 Indian artistes showcasing the preciousness of life will be displayed from Sunday at a four-da ...
For this domestic help-turned-activist, contesting is a victory
February 15, 2012
For residents of Goregaon’s ward number 37, the name
Deshmukh has diverse associations.
Monsoon brings rise in cases of conjunctivitis
June 17, 2011
Monsoon showers have brought with them a rise in conjunctivitis cases in the city. “In May, I saw around 20 patients wit ...
Five Indians in list of top 100 women
March 8, 2011
Five Indian women, including high-profile author Arundhati Roy and rights activist
Satpute, figure in the list ...
Living on borrowed time
June 10, 2010
Ashok Chaurasia (49) shudders every time he looks at his roof. His fears multiply during the monsoon — each shower bring ...
Opportunities and threats: India faces a tricky diplomacy challenge in Japan
I keep changing phones all the time, says gadget-freak Parineeti Chopra
Bipan Chandra: The historian exemplar, Indian extraordinaire
In riot-hit Muzaffarnagar, kabaddi heals wounds, unites
Sharp, honest and witty: That's Farah Khan to the world
Movie review: Emraan Hashmi's Raja Natwarlal is a fun, one-time watch
Poonam Pandey removed from Facebook, asks Twitter followers what to do
Top 5 lies men tell women: Never believe him when he says...
Mumbai man who left to join IS killed in Iraq
Police spot ‘dead’ AAP activist in Bangalore, Nepal
On Day 2, 'Modi-san' offers prayers at Toji Buddhist temple
Imran supporters storm Pakistan capital; 1 dead, 300 injured
PM Modi is not a listener; so be prepared for it
Fujifilm vs Ebola: Japan giants turn hands to medicine
Delhi pvt schools unhappy over PM live speech order
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