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UNSMART CITY

We’re all Internet addicts but considering how slow broadband is in India, we can’t be called speed junkies Pick any street or neighbourhood — any…

Making grass legal

The monsoon session of Parliament is slated to take up a bill legalising medical uses of marijuana. Cancer patients and their families are hoping for…

Iftar of the year

His son Ankit was killed by family members of the Muslim girl he was in love with, but Yashpal Saxena overcame his grief to organise…

The sting in the tail

News consumers, too, must take the blame for driving news into the arms of advertisers and the Acharya Atals of the world Whatever your opinion…

Cruelty begins at home

Tribal girls are brought from Jharkhand as domestic workers but forced to work for free as placement agencies pocket all the salary. Cruelty, rape and…

Nehruvian vibes

To mark Jawaharlal Nehru’s 54th death anniversary, it’s interesting to analyse how Hindi cinema portrayed the leader Independence had come at a time when the…

Nawaz ‘s Narrative

The former Pakistan PM’s recent interview to Dawn is part of this narrative-building Former Pakistan Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif seems to have decided that he…

New life after release

Importance of the release certificate upon being rescued from bonded labour is exemplified by the impact it has had on this family’s living Bina Manjhi…