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Amit Shah waves magazine on Kerala deaths, but photo is from Sri Lanka

The photograph of a malnourished infant, on the cover of the July 2013 issue of Outlook, was reportedly taken in the “no firing zone” of conflict-ridden Sri Lanka in 2009.

Debating intolerance: Where was Parliament sanctity when Manmohan Singh was called 'chor'?

In the last many years, the norms in Parliament have been changing. Allegations, based on newspaper or media reports are commonplace, and used strategically by opposition depending on what suits them politically – to let the house run or not.

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Outlook magazine apologises for wrongly attributing Ashok Singhal quote to Rajnath Singh

The discussion resumed only after Speaker Sumitra Mahajan expunged the remark though Rajnath Singh earlier insisted Salim withdraw his remark and tender an apology.

Tributes paid to Vinod Mehta

Mehta passed away this morning at the AIIMS after a prolonged illness, culminating in a multiple organ failure. He was 73.

Avoid constitutional posts soon after retirement: CJI to judges

Lodha said if they do not affect the judiciaries institutional independence and integrity then there should be no worry.

Dabholkar ‘séance’: State police report gives clean chit to ex-Pune top cop

Dabholkar’s family and journalist Ashish Khetan alleged that government has tried to cover up the matter.

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Pulled up by SC for remarks,Prashant Bhushan apologises

A Bench led by Justice R M Lodha took note of Bhushan’s remarks published in the Outlook magazine.

Tata Sons sues magazine for article on VSNL divestment

'Outlook' article had claimed that Tata received 'undue advantage' from Arun Shourie during divestment of VSNL in 2002.

SC asks govt to produce complaint against Radia

Ratan Tata is trying to stop the further publication of leaked conversations between him and Radia.

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