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India prepares for Mohammed bin Salman’s visit today. This is who he is

As noise surrounds MBS’s visit to India, ThePrint looks at 5 things to decode the intrigue behind Saudi Arabia’s Crown Prince.

‘Patharbaazi’ at Prime Time

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Imran Khan promises to give India an ‘answer’, and the tiger that’s actually a chameleon

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

When Vajpayee took a bus ride and it seemed peace with Pakistan was possible

At a time when India’s ties with Pakistan have reached its lowest in backdrop of Pulwama attack, ThePrint recalls A.B. Vajpayee’s bus diplomacy of 1999.

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Is pact with Shiv Sena sign of BJP’s desperation or smart manoeuvring ahead of elections?

The BJP and the Shiv Sena will contest the Lok Sabha and the Maharashtra assembly election in alliance. The BJP is also forming an alliance with AIADMK in Tamil Nadu.

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Imran Khan’s Pulwama statement is unsurprising & meaningless

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Jadavpur University vice-chancellor allegedly manhandled by students wanting union polls

Prof Suranjan Das claimed that he was heckled and manhandled by a section of students agitating over the issue of holding students union elections.

Karl Lagerfeld, German designer who ruled Chanel for decades, dies

Recognizable for his high-collared shirts, white ponytail, dark sunglasses and black fingerless gloves, Karl Lagerfeld dressed the famous and glamorous right from Princess Diana to Cate Blanchett.

First private moon mission set for take off this week, to send selfie after April landing

Israel's 'Genesis' will be launched aboard a SpaceX Falcon rocket from Cape Canaveral in Florida, US, this Friday.

Sex is set to get intense, and unreal

Sex robots, virtual reality (VR) environments and feedback devices are being developed that could take the place of human partners.

Imran Khan promises to give India an ‘answer’, and the tiger that’s actually a chameleon

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.

As RBI transfers reserve surplus to Modi govt, it now has to find ways to manage risks

Instead of RBI holding capital, an MoU could be signed that would require the govt to pay the central bank in case of any risk.

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Democracy Wall, Edition 12 : Nandita Das

Identities are dividing us and creating a sense of them and us: Nandita Das at #DemocracyWall Our partners: Paytm, Jet Airways, Parker Pens DA MILANO

Posted by ThePrint on Saturday, November 17, 2018

Democracy Wall, Edition 12 : Nandita Das