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India’s millions and the threats of automation

According to sectoral analysts who track technology companies, the Indian IT sector remains vulnerable to global economic developments as it is highly dependent on traditional markets such as United S

Ferreira, three others arrested in Qnet scam

Former world billiards champion Michael Ferreira and three others accused in the multi-level marketing company QNet scam were arrested by the Central Crime Station police on Wednesday.

Teaching science to kids in playful manner

It is said that mother knows what her child wants. So what if the mother gets the responsibility to design the curriculum?

Dipa Karmakar wants cash, not car

Dipa Karmakar

Expressing her inability to maintain a luxury car in Agartala, celebrated Indian gymnast Dipa Karmakar has requested that she should instead be given a cash prize equivalent to the vehicle’s cost even

Hyderabad: Parents booked for death of girl who died after fast

A case was booked on Sunday against the parents of Aradhana Samdariya, and others, at the Market police station in Hyderabad, after the 13-year-old died following a 68-day fast.

Teen Jain girl from Hyderabad dies after fasting for 68 days

13-year-old Aradhana (Photo: Facebook)

NGO says father forced her to fast for luck.

India to beat UK’s GDP soon for sixth global slot

The Brexit-induced fall in the pound sterling could lead to something most Indians may feel happy about: India will overtake its erstwhile colonial master United Kingdom in terms of the size of the ec

Swiss watch firm unveils symphonette for women


South Indian actor Raashi Khanna flaunts the new Longines Symphonette watch at its launch at the Longines boutique at Jubilee Hills in Hyderabad.

Pakistan Army shuts Twitter, Facebook accounts

The Pakistan Army has shut down all its official FB accounts and twitter handles.

Bringing back gardens into urban houses

Radha Krishnaveni

With urban spaces getting cramped and unable to afford houses bigger than studio apartments or at the most 2BHK, gardening has become a luxury in cities.

According to the old saying, history repeats itself first as tragedy and second as farce. But some political parties are obviously not familiar with this verity.

Now that the crucial Uttar Pradesh Assembly elections are barely a few months away, Bharatiya Janata Party president Amit Shah has started doing the rounds of temples and attending religious functions