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Bob Dylan to finally accept Nobel Prize

The Swedish Academy has announced that the elusive musician has committed to pick up his Nobel Prize in Stockholm.

Barred from flying, Sena MP Gaikwad accuses Air India of ‘cheating people, poor service’

After Air India cancelled his ticket, Gaikwad booked himself on Rajdhani Express, but didn't board the train.

Drop charges against journalist booked under Official Secrets Act, media body demands

Poonam Agarwal was booked after she conducted a sting video on the Army’s “sahayak” system.

The World Health Minute: HIV+ patients protest in TN, Beijing ends hospital mark-ups on drug prices

TNM Bulletin on health news from across the world.

Aadhaar fail: MS Dhoni’s details get leaked, wife Sakshi complains to IT Minister

The agency that was collecting Dhoni’s biometric details posted a photo of his application form with all details revealed.

Harsha Bhogle all but confirmed to return to TV screens for IPL10 after a year

Bhogle was off the air for a year after his comments in the box weren't well received by some Indian cricketers and BCCI.

India has a new mental healthcare law, and here's all you need to know about it

What are the things that you should keep in mind if you or anyone close to you is living with a mental illness?

Quality of Life: 5 out of 11 best Indian cities are in the South, Mangaluru on top

The study was released by an online user-generated database.

Whattay summer: Many parts of the south have already breached the 40 degrees C mark

The IMD has forecast a hotter-than-normal summer for the whole country, and possible heat-wave conditions in Telangana among other parts.

Pakistan may be planning a move that could benefit India, and Kashmiri separatists are not happy

“This will give India a chance to make a stronger claim for this side of Kashmir at the UN.”

Aussie cricketers no longer friends, says Kohli at the end of bitter test series

As in the past, this series between India and Australia had its fair share of controversy.

2 Indian-Americans sentenced for credit card fraud

Verma and Lal, both owners of a Jersey City jewellery store, were indicted in October 2013 for fabricating more than 7,000 false identities.

'New chapter ready to begin': Emotional Lalit Modi says no Interpol red notice against him

Taking to Twitter on Monday, Modi tweeted a picture, claiming that the Interpol had finally clarified its stand.

Mental Healthcare Bill decriminalising suicide passed by Parliament

The bill states that a person who attempts suicide should be presumed to have severe stress, and shall not be punished.

PAN card to old-age pension: The laundry list of things for which you need Aadhaar

The Centre is making it impossible to file Income Tax, have a mobile phone or get a driving license without Aadhaar.

Shiv Sena proposes RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat for President

The presidential election is due in July.

Pakistani family pardons Indians for murder in UAE; court may commute death sentence

The Indian men, from Punjab, were convicted in October 2016 for killing Farhan during a brawl in 2015, said the report.

Can’t stop govt from using Aadhaar for Income Tax: Supreme Court

The apex court said that Aadhaar could not be made mandatory for welfare schemes, but could be used for non-benefit schemes.

No plans to introduce new denomination notes: RBI

MoS Finance told Parliament on Friday that the govt is not planning to print Rs 5,000 and Rs 10,000 notes.

United Airlines under fire in the US for barring teens wearing leggings from flight

The airline said the girls were travelling on a ticket that had a dress code.

Stop all subsidies to Muslims or provide the same to Hindus: VHP leader Pravin Togadia

Togadia was addressing a Hindu sammelan at the GMDC Grounds in Ahmedabad.