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We can’t reduce India to a Hindutva version of Pakistan: Shashi Tharoor

The Congress MP speaks about his new book and the need for us to understand nationalism.

30 Nov 2020

AAP leaves no stone unturned to ensure protesting farmers feel at home

Though protesters refused to camp at Burari ground, govt makes all arrangements at site

29 Nov 2020

Opposition lambasts Centre for 'waging war' on protesting farmers

They issued a joint statement saying that teargassing, heavy water cannoning, roadblocks, police barricades and digging up the national highways surrounding Delhi akin to waging a ‘war’ on farmers.

29 Nov 2020

Odisha Lit Fest | Why Odia authors and poets believe that their literature fosters resilience

Liter Ature is a mirror to the past that plants the seeds of hope for a bright future, said speakers at the OLF 2020 session on the Pandemic and its Impact on Odia Literature on Saturday.

29 Nov 2020

Withdraw rule on foreign content: Editors Guild of India urges Press Council of India

The Editors Guild of India has expressed its concern over a recent advisory by the Press Council of India (PCI) cautioning the media on ‘unregulated circulation’ of ‘foreign content’.

29 Nov 2020

Odisha Lit Fest | Sudha Murty on the joys of storytelling in a difficult world

Titled Grandparents’ Bag of Stories, it’s a follow-up to Murty’s 2015 book Grandma’s Bag of Stories and is essentially designed as an engaging lockdown read for kids.

29 Nov 2020

'PM Modi is a disappointment only because he is the only hope’: Authors Rajeev Mantri, Harsh Madhusudan

Paraphrasing Samuel Huntington's quote on the USA, the authors call Prime Minister Narendra Modi a disappointment only because he is the hope.

29 Nov 2020

‘Writing lets you paint your own picture’

Sharika Sharma is the Business Lead at Mangrove Collective. Her background is as diverse as her taste in books. She is associated with the Delhi Crafts Council over the past seven years.

29 Nov 2020

Farmers' unrest impact: Supply of vegetables at Delhi's biggest wholesale market down by 50 per cent

The agitation by farmers has hit the wholesale food supply market in the national capital and may impact prices in the coming few days if the protests continue for long.

29 Nov 2020

Congress targets Delhi government over state of health services in city

Party spokesperson Pawan Khera cited data to claim that in the last five years, the AAP government has failed to open even one new hospital in the city.

29 Nov 2020

PM Modi takes whirlwind trip to Hyderabad, Pune, Ahmedabad to review COVID vaccine progress

He also asked scientists for their opinion on how the country could further improve its regulatory process and sought their suggestions to improve the process of vaccine distribution.

29 Nov 2020

Will deliver COVID-19 vaccine through mohalla clinics: Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain

The Delhi government has till date maintained the stand that it has sufficient arrangements of beds for people who need hospitalization but ICU beds are a cause of worry.

29 Nov 2020

Fueling up post workout

Ruchika Nagrath, nutritionist, metabolic balance coach, and diabetes and lifestyle management coach, is here to give you her top post-workout breakfast and beverage suggestions.

28 Nov 2020

Steely will

The dial features two chronograph counters, a small seconds subdial, and a date display in addition to the perforated lancet-shaped hour and minute hands.

28 Nov 2020

Pichchwai on a plate: When traditional art comes alive through tableware

Luxury tableware brand Kaunteya launches a new collection inspired by the traditional art form of Rajasthan.

28 Nov 2020