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Minorities in Pak not safe even outside jails
May 9, 2013
For the minorities in Pakistan, life outside prison is just one degree less suffocating than that behind bars, as eviden ...
Smartphone guides for MP heritage sites
April 12, 2013
Thousands of tourists flock to Madhya Pradesh every year to see the erotic sculptures of Khajuraho, the Buddhist stupas ...
Khargone village ‘lights’ a revolution
February 21, 2013
On the face of it a tiny village in Khargone district seems an unlikely candidate for pioneering a revolution in street ...
Raped by 16 men, boycotted by society
December 26, 2012
Even as the Delhi gangrape has led to protests across Madhya Pradesh and made the state government take measures for the ...
Raped, boycotted; little fight left in them
December 26, 2012
More than 650 km from Delhi, and a million light years away from public consciousness, cousins Neha and Sandhya (names c ...
Six leopard cubs orphaned by poaching
November 7, 2012
Could the six leopard cubs that reached Indore zoo in the last 48 hours have been orphaned by poachers? Or, by a tug-of- ...
15-year-old attempts reverse writing world record
November 5, 2012
Shivani Kashyap, a fifteen-year-old schoolgirl, made a pitch for a world record by penning 130 alphabets in reverse in u ...
Republic day celebrations: Big B or not to be?Republic day celebrations: Big B or not to be?
October 12, 2012
Will the country's most famous baritone boom out at the historic Rajwada on Republic Day? The suspense surrounding the i ...
Sydney-Melbourne, meet Sanchi-Khajuraho!
October 11, 2012
Oz wizardry needs no introduction for Indians. Kookaburra balls are a household name in our cricket-mad nation.
5th Day, Olympic 2012
August 1, 2012
Japan's Kasumi Ishikawa plays a return during her table tennis women's bronze medal singles match against Singapore ...
No place to call home
June 20, 2012
Myanmar ethnic Rohingya refugee girl cries during a protest rally in Kuala Lumpur. AFP/
Hand chopped off for saving child brides, woman fights on
April 25, 2012
She saved many a child bride in her long career as a supervisor in the Madhya Pradesh Women and Child Development Depart ...
'My mother was wronged, gravely wronged'
November 11, 2011
Twenty-five years after govt reworked laws to deny divorced Muslim women maintenance, Shah Bano's youngest son speaks ...
Nov 3 in pics
November 3, 2011
Local residents commute through floodwaters in Bangkok. The death toll from Thailand's worst floods in decades surged ab ...
A pastime past its prime
September 6, 2011
Today's gizmos have dented reading habits. This has led to the closure of libraries, writes
Aurangzeb has a slow start at box office
Fake Facebook accounts stump popular Bihar cop
Meerut girl thrashes boyfriend for not marrying her
The Past shines at Cannes Film Festival
Taylor Swift, Justin Bieber big winners at Billboard Music Awards
Spot-fixing: Cops crashed Sreesanth’s party
Hell in a cell: tears, regret and no sleep for Sreesanth
Like his sport, Sreesanth's business innings also failed
Sreesanth, 2 other cricketers confess to spot-fixing charge; more players under scanner
Girls on song leave boys out of rhythm
When Led Zep Reunited
100 years of Indian cinema
India, China agree to make a new push to end border row
Was asleep when Aarushi, Hemraj were killed: Rajesh Talwar
Musharraf granted bail in Benazir Bhutto assassination case
MP: Girl raped, set afire by father of accused dies
Will Pak army let Nawaz Sharif cosy up to India?
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