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Thousands of farmers and workers from across the country come together to rally in the capital, India looks to expands its investments in Myanmar and a new draft bill proposes fines and imprisonment for those...
The IB Ministry's order to the media to refrain from using the word 'Dalit' is not sitting well with the Dalit community, Justice Gogoi is set to be the next Chief Justice of India and...
A village in Goa revives cultivation after thirty years, small businesses continue to struggle because of demonetisation and GST, Gujarat takes account of rise in atrocities against people from scheduled castes.
More than 700 army personnel sign a petition to revise AFSPA, floods in Nagaland kill 12 people and displace over 5000 families and CBSE proposes to provide specific exemptions to differently-abled students.
RTI reveals that the government internally disagreed about Jio institute, farmers in Maharashtra may soon need permission to grow banana and sugarcane and Whatsapp plans to train people across India on fake news.
Pune police conducts raids at the homes of activists and writers across the country, India forms its first policy on 'drones' and all major parties barring the BJP push for a cap on election-related expenses.
The Naga Agreement is yet to be finalised, India has a job creation problem and the men's kabaddi team failed to reach the Asian Games final for the first time.
NABARD survey reveals that only about 23% of all rural income comes from agriculture, India refuses to accept foreign aids and Rahi Sarnobat becomes the first Indian woman shooter to win a gold at the...
The lives of factory workers who have sustained injuries, patterns in the FIRs filed after encounter deaths in UP and finding frozen water on the moon.
Anti-Terrorism Squad (ATS) arrests former Shiv Sena corporator Shrikant Pangarkar, the government has no fixed criterion for a 'national disaster' and over 1400 fishermen volunteer to rescue the stranded in Kerala.
The 100th episode of 3 Things features a conversation with veteran journalist Coomi Kapoor about media freedom, shifting trends in news production and the lives of women journalists in newsrooms.
A resurgent southwest monsoon wreaks havoc in Kerala, domestics markets reach a lifetime high and the Delhi High Court decriminalizes begging.
Muslim families are fleeing a village in Uttar Pradesh, recommendations have been made to improve women's safety in Delhi and the deputy chairperson of the Rajya Sabha will be elected today.
Students are protesting in Dhaka, private companies are banned from selling Oxytocin, and Indira Nooyi steps down as CEO of PEPSICO.