Sunday, October 23, 2016 - 00:59

Manual scavengers still die in Bengaluru, apartment owners still clueless about the law

In the last eight years, 58 manual scavengers have died on duty.


Are TenderSURE roads in the Garden City tree-friendly?

Fifty more roads will come under TenderSURE.


India can't be a superpower if spiritual heritage is compromised: Amit Shah

Shah said this while addressing the 104th annual function of Gurukul, Kurukshetra.

Andhra Pradesh

In AP and Telangana, women continue to be sole bearers of the family planning burden

Despite awareness camps, this year also numbers remained unchanged with less than 0.5% men undergoing vasectomy.


Is social media turning people into narcissists?

Social media has revolutionised how we communicate. In this series, we look at how it has changed the media, politics, health, education and the law.


How media outlets from around the world are reacting to the presidential campaign

We tracked global media coverage via 60 different news outlets in regions that represent over 1.5 billion people.


Behind the beauty of Indonesia's Raja Ampat islands lies poverty and neglect

Raja Ampat is one of the best diving spots in the world and a tourist paradise.


Your light bulbs could be playing havoc with your health – Here's why

We know that different light bulbs are cheaper, brighter or energy efficient, but we know much less about their impact on our well-being.


Adoor Gopalakrishnan's women: Some of Malayalam cinema's most interesting female characters

Adoor Gopalakrishnan's female characters varied from the melodramatic to the revolutionary and the surreal.


Future of cricket is here: Pakistani pace bowler who can bowl with both arms

The Qalandars have signed Jan on a 10-year developmental contract.

Tamil Nadu

Amnesty International asks TN government to drop charges against 'rumour mongers'

8 people have been arrested and 50 have cases filed against them


How Bangalore went from cosy town to an urban nightmare, thanks to a gladiatorial IT boom

Unlike Silicon Valley, why did modernity and enterprise make Bangalore unbearable


Beedi tycoon and murder convict Nisham has access to mobile in Kannur central jail

Nisham had mowed down the security guard with his Hummer in January 2015.

Tamil Nadu

TN Governor visits Jayalalithaa again, says happy to note CM is 'progressing well'

This is his second visit in three weeks.


How Coimbatore can end deaths from man-animal conflict: Reclaim elephant corridors

In an interview to TNM, CEO of Wildlife Trust of India points out how animals and human beings are dying due to the conflict.


Maha govt lets bullies win: Fadnavis slammed for inviting MNS to talks on Karan Johar flick

A meeting was convened at the CM's official residence with Karan Johar and Raj Thackeray


CBSE likely to reintroduce class 10 board exams

With this, even the ‘no-detention’ policy up to class 10 is likely to be done away with.


Why sport is a spiritual experience – and failure can help

Knowing when to rejoice is one thing, but wisely knowing when to give up trying is another. Such is the journey of faith.


Does Sunny Leone really have a cameo along with Vijay in 'Bairavaa'?

Directed by Bharathan, the project is being bankrolled by Satyajothi Films.


Will it be AR Rahman or his nephew who will compose music for Vijay 61?

An official announcement in this regard is awaited from the makers.