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Saeed Naqvi | Will the protests compel Iranian regime to begin gradual reforms?
The Iran unrest began in September when 22-year-old Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini died in the morality police’s custody
Elon Musk to begin layoffs at Twitter
About half of Twitter's 7,500 workers appeared set to lose their jobs
New York Times opinion editor resigns over column controversy
The editorial page editor was held responsible for publishing a column advocating using the military to quiet US’s anti-racist protests
Story of Oudh’s begum & prince comes to life
As early as 1975, Anjum Qadar, whose descent from the Oudh “royals” is established, had rubbished Wilayat Mahal’s claims.
Trump Jr’s book is a No 1 bestseller, but with an edge
According to BookScan, 'Triggered' sold 71,000 copies last week, second only to Jeff Kinney's latest 'Diary of a Wimpy Kid.'
White House plans to end subscriptions of New York Times, Washington Post at federal agencies
This is not the first time that the subscription of a newspaper has been cancelled at the White House.
‘Who else could have created agitation with pinch of salt’: Modi’s ode to Mahatma
PM Modi said Gandhi had the unique ability to become a bridge between some of the greatest contradictions in human society.
Pak PM rachets up nuclear war threat over J&K
New Delhi had said the world had seen through Pakistan’s tactics that were based on “lies and deception”.
Trump escalated attacks with treason claim: New York Times publisher
Arthur Sulzberger said, 'no more serious charge a commander in chief can make against an independent news organization'.
New York Times to cease political cartoons after anti-Semitism row
The cartoon depicted Netanyahu as guide dog wearing Star of David collar and leading blind Trump -- who was wearing a kippah.