'Is it a common man's salary?': Twitter questions AAP over 400% salary hike recommendation for MLAs
The AAP government's argument that it has not yet decided on the recommendations of an independent panel cuts no ice with social media.
The delights (and challenges) of being a vegetarian in Pakistan
When I tell people that my moral compass does not allow me to eat meat, they feel it is their duty to reason with me.
How the Supreme Court has effectively diluted the Right to Information without giving any reasons
The law is being amended without any reasoning, and unless it is reversed the RTI Act could slowly be emasculated, writes former Chief Information Commissioner.
'The play is a hate crime': Joe Dias explains why he wants drama about pregnant nun banned
The leader of a fringe group called the Catholic Secular Forum has taken it upon himself to stop 'Agnes of God' from being staged.
Why India should defend this whistleblower from the Swiss justice system
Hervé Falciani, who exposed the global offshore industry with the HSBC data leak, is facing prosecution under skewed Swiss laws for data theft and espionage. This is his story.
A sneezing monkey is one of 211 new species found in the Himalayas
The first malaria-related Nobel went to a British scientist who worked in Secunderabad and Calcutta
MERKEL IN INDIA
Yes, Germany and India can do business, but 'rape culture' and language battles come in the way
One more bright idea to protect Indian culture: restrict condom ads to late-night TV
LIGHTS AT SEA
This glowing turtle is the latest in a quickly-growing list of bioflourescent marine life