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Centrum-BharatPe to take over PMC Bank
RBI gives in-principle approval to Centrum Financial Services Ltd to set up a small finance bank for this purpose
Bail order stays, but can't be precedent: SC
Hong Kong paper defiant after executives' arrest
HONG KONG’S pro-democracy Apple Daily newspaper hit the stands on Friday, a day after police raided its newsroom, with an extra-large print run and a characteristic message of defiance emblazoned on its front that read: “We must press on”.
Kim vows to be ready for confrontation with US
N Korean leader recently threatened to expand his nuclear arsenal
No word of delivery scheme in last 2 budgets
Despite being a pet project of Delhi govt, ₹677-crore controversial scheme doesn’t have any budgetary allocation
Focussed on converting negative thoughts into positives: Deepika
FOCUS ON OLYMPICS
It's Raining 5G-Enabled Smartphones
At least five Chinese handset makers are launching in India this month; three have already unveiled their devices
‘Russia Ready For Further Dialogue If US Is Willing'
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Students Unhappy With CBSE Formula
STUDENTS are upset with CBSE’s assessment policy for Class XII board examinations this year, with hundreds of them voicing their unhappiness on social media. Calling the policy unfair, they demanded entrance test-based admissions in central universities like Delhi University (DU).
HCL Gives 21 Oxygen Plants To Prep For 3rd Wave
TO prepare for the possible third wave, HCL is helping the Delhi government by supplying 21 ready-to-use oxygen plants.
A Colossal Secret
Ian Evenden discovers how British WWII braniacs, faced with an impossible task, helped save millions of lives and invented the computer as we know it
The Birds of Kanha
RAJESH MENON is a photographer from Delhi, who specializes in images from nature. Here he shares some of the beautiful birds of Kanha Shanti Vanam, the 1300 acre property outside Hyderabad, India, that is the international headquarters of the Heartfulness Institute. It is also a green sanctuary.
Painting Through Pandemic
Vibrant illustrator Tania Yakunova talks about her life as an artist in quarantine and shares her hopes and fears as we all wrestle through this pandemic.
ANIRUDH DHANDA explores the way memories trigger heartfelt events and people from the past, and remind us of situations that evoke emotional responses. Is this what being human is all about?
El derecho a estar segura
Desde que un ataque horrendo conmocionara a India, las mujeres de ese país han demandado -y obtenido- más protección frente al acoso y el abuso en espacios públicos,
Building A Sporting Nation
Marathons are changing the shape of the nation. We ask the brains behind the Delhi and Mumbai Half Marathons, how exactly.
The Party of Mandela Is at Odds With Itself
South Africa’s president is under pressure for alleged graft.
What It's Like to Run a Company in the Most Dangerous Places on Earth
Inside the deadly, controversial, highly secretive, and crucially important private warfare waged by Patriot Group.
The Elusive Maggie Thatcher
Why distorting Mrs. T. has been a popular literary pastime.
The Front-Runner Fallacy
Early presidential polls have tended to be wildly off-target. There’s no reason to think this time is different.