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A couple hangs out in Sunder Nursery | Photo: Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Love after Covid – Delhi couples throng monuments, from Sunder Nursery to Qutub Minar

For a year, all that most friends, lovers, couples knew were WhatsApp messages, video calls in between WFH, and chupke-chupke phone calls on terraces.

Yogi’s relief at Modi’s U-turn on farm laws, and a stand-up comic’s ‘sab changa si’ moment

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

There’s only one India and it’s not Vir Das’s, plus Shivraj is inspired by a Chinese legend

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

At Honda’s Gr Noida factory, faceoff with workers. Those ‘laid off’ say ‘union let us down’

Honda 'laid off' 545 employees at its Greater Noida plant through a voluntary retirement scheme that workers say they were 'forced' to sign. Now they want their jobs back.

History must acknowledge Chandragupta the Great, and cows now turn to earning notes

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

The police’s ‘real’ job, and the food thief who struck at the stroke of the midnight hour

The best cartoons of the day, chosen by the editors at ThePrint.
A screengrab of Kay Kay Menon in Special Ops 1.5 | YouTube

No more unrealistic spies—Kay Kay Menon’s Special Ops 1.5 isn’t about secret missions

Special Ops 1.5 moves from espionage to 'sexpionage' and honey-trapping. That's unlike your Bollywood spy movies.

Before Apple & Android’s world domination, the unbreakable Nokia was the mobile phone to have

Whether it's the 3310/3330 model first released in 2000 or the 6110 model from the ‘90s, Nokia phones have always been synonymous with sturdiness and durability. And they had games too.

‘Borderlands’ shows what it means to live on India’s borders today. It counts the human cost

The 67-minute documentary refuses to engage in the 'us vs them' debate. Instead, it follows the lives of six people on India's borders.

In Gurugram namaz row, a dozen workers and two shops become collateral damage

Hindu Right-wing activists have left, so have the namazis who would offer prayers on this Sector 12 land in Gurugram. But those who lived in perfect harmony suffer now.

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In Pakistan, a state of fear among children—inspectors enter schools to ensure Quran reading

Magistrates accompanied by rifle-bearing policemen are interrogating 12-year-olds. Their teachers are asked to stand silently in the corner.
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the Lok Sabha during ongoing Winter Session of Parliament in New Delhi, on 6 December 2021 | PTI

61 companies raised Rs 52,759 crore via IPOs till October this fiscal, says FM Sitharaman

In a written reply in Lok Sabha, Nirmala Sitharaman said that among the 61 IPOs, 35 were below Rs 100 cr, while 4 were in the range of Rs 100 cr & less than Rs 500 crore.


File image of Russia's S-400 Triumf multi-layered air defence system | Photo: Snehesh Alex Philip | ThePrint

From buyer of military goods, India wants to become Russia’s ‘development & production’ partner

India & Russia are looking at signing a defence logistics exchange pact when President Putin comes calling, with a ceremonial handing over of S-400 Triumf air defence systems likely too.

Yes, UPA’s dead. But here’s what Mamata, PK are saying about Congress & why that’s right too

Even in its second successive annihilation by BJP, Congress retained a solid block of 20% votes. That’s why all of BJP’s victims want the Congress at the core of their challenge.