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Margaret Atwood, McCurry, Thomas Piketty at Jaipur 2016 literary festival

Margaret Atwood

Canadian author Margaret Atwood, who has just released her latest novel The Heart Goes Last, Israeli author and peace activist David Grossman, French economist Thomas Piketty and Indian writer Ruskin

Engineer claims wife death ‘honour killing’

In yet another case of alleged honour killing, a young engineering graduate has accused his in-laws of killing his wife. The young couple was from different castes.

Ranji Trophy: Gurkeerat Singh Mann cracks double century

Vidarbha batsman Umesh Yadav celebrates his century against Odisha in Nagpur on Friday. 	— PTI

Delhi were ahead by 74 runs with nine wickets in hand at stumps in Jaipur on Day Two of the first round Ranji Trophy match on Friday.

Rajasthan shoot Delhi out for 138

Virender Sehwag making his debut for Haryana is castled by Shrikant Mundhe of Maharashtra on Day One in Pune

Delhi and Gautam Gambhir's off-field worries transformed into on-field woes as they were skittled out for a paltry 138 in 47 overs against an inexperienced Rajasthan on the opening day of the Ranji T

BJP says Vasundhare Raje is innocent

The BJP slammed the Congress for alleging that Rajasthan chief minister Vasundhara Raje was involved in a mining scam.

Gayatri Devi grandkids win property battle

Gayatri Devi

Dispute was regarding the transfer of shares of Jai Mahal Hotels Pvt Ltd

Row erupts over fresh Rajasthan quota bills

A controversy erupted on Wednesday over the passage of two bills by Rajasthan Assembly that will push the quota percentage in the state to 68 per cent, much beyond the cap of 50 per cent, with Congres

Raje mantri poses as poor, grabs land

Already facing heat over bribery racket in the mines department, the Raje government in Rajasthan is looking at more troubles coming its way after revelations that one of its ministers Jeetmal Khant g

Rajasthan Assembly clears bill on education

In a first in the country, the Rajasthan Assembly on Thursday cleared a bill for amendment in Right to Education Act, 2009, to improve the standards of education by removing the provision of not faili

The wise men have spoken — the moot point is, will they be heard?

Nearly a quarter century ago, when the Babri Masjid was demolished, Fahmida Riaz, a well- known Urdu writer, poet and feminist of Pakistan who had spent many years in exile in India with her husband a