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Reliance Jio to hike tariffs after Vodafone Idea and Airtel

This comes after Vodafone Idea and Bharti Airtel announced that they will be hiking tariffs from December 1.

At a protest for Fathima, a backdrop tells the story of institutional discrimination

The death of seven students over the years is a chilling reminder of just how rampant social discrimination and harassment is in campuses.

TN leaders raise concerns about Gotabaya Presidency, Namal Rajapaksa calls them opportunists

The former Defence Secretary who oversaw the deadly Sri Lankan civil war was elected President on Sunday.

The famed Golden Chariot train to resume journeys from March 2020

The Golden Chariot, which started plying in 2008, began as a joint initiative of the Karnataka government and the Indian Railways. It is an 18-coach-long train with 44 guest rooms. At least, 84 passengers can enjoy the train ride at one time.

Bank employees’ union wants deposit insurance cover scrapped for commercial banks

In a letter to the FM, AIBEA also said that for co-operative banks, premium should be charged only on the deposit amount insured and not on the total assessable deposits of the bank.

Did Indian govt use Pegasus to snoop on people? Don’t hold your breath for an answer

The Indian government gave a generic reply to Dayanidhi Maran’s question on whether it used malicious Israeli spyware Pegasus to snoop on citizens and politicians in India.

'The Crown' Season 3 review: Not a crowd-pleaser but stays true to its subject

Like the infamous London fog, the unhappiness and repression of England’s most famous family creep up on you slowly.

Instagram user who made ‘Me Too’ post on Subodh Gupta given interim anonymity by HC

The Delhi High Court allowed Instagram user @herdsceneand, who published sexual harassment allegations against artist Subodh Gupta, to temporarily remain anonymous in court.

Four soldiers, 2 civilian porters killed in Siachen avalanche

According to the officials, eight personnel were trapped in an avalanche at around 3 pm and the Avalanche Rescue Teams from nearby posts were rushed to the location to pull them out.

JNU protests: Why public education is crucial in a country like India

An education at one of India’s many public institutions has enabled many to seek better opportunities, and therefore it’s important to keep the bar to accessing this education as low as possible, say experts.