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  • Hate speech in India

    Hate speech by Indian VIPs on the rise: Study

    Indian top politicians have increasingly, by 490% to be exact, used hateful and decisive language in past four years under Modi-led government, a research by NDTV reveals.

  • BJP releases PM Modi's degrees, AAP calls those ‘fake’

    After days of Arvind Kejriwal relentlessly accusing Prime Minister Narendra Modi of lying about his education, the ruling BJP releases his college degrees and fielded its top leaders, Amit Shah and Arun Jaitley, in its fightback, reports NDTV.

  • Mustafizur who?

    India team director Ravi Shastri has forgotten all about the Mustafizur-mauling his side received on their way to a maiden series loss to Bangladesh only eight months ago in 2015.

  • Delhi ‘beef raid’ causes outrage

    The canteen of a Delhi guesthouse belonging to the southern Indian state of Kerala was visited by police after a right-wing Hindu group complained it had beef on its menu.

  • Maids in India accuse Saudi diplomat of rape

    Two Nepalese maids have accused a Saudi diplomat of rape and torture while they were working in his home outside the Indian capital.

  • 13yr Mumbai schoolgirl's letter to teacher exposes rapist dad

    In a discreet letter slipped to a teacher last week, a young schoolgirl in Mumbai writes that her father has been raping her and her mother, who was witness to these sexual assaults, did nothing to help, reports NDTV.

  • Indian prisoners win right to watch Cricket World Cup

    A prison in India is installing cable connections to allow prisoners to watch the Cricket World Cup after they argued it is a "fundamental right".

  • Riaz and Momo

    Riaz and Momo cast in “Phalgun-e Bhalobasha Boishakh-e Prem”

    Popular actors Riaz and Momo are the featured cast in Rtv Jui Bhalobashar Galpo “Phalgun-e Bhalobasha Boishakh-e Prem”. The TV play, to be aired on Valentine's Day (February 14) at 8:20pm, is written and directed by Alvi Ahmed.

  • BJP heading for election defeat in Delhi

    India’s ruling Bharatiya Janata Party led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi appears to set taste today of its first defeat in a state legislature poll since sweeping to power last year