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Appellate bodies must for India’s complex digital ecosystem. But there are many hurdles

Their capacity to handle complaints needs to be increased, and they need to have subject-area expertise to deal with nuanced issues.

How Budget 2023 choked three schemes critical to managing food inflation

The reduced allocation may imply that government agencies will not procure and sell any pulse, oilseeds or cotton if their prices fall below MSP during FY24.

Musharraf told Pakistanis not to be India-centric but also called India a permanent threat

Man of paradoxes Musharraf talked about building sustainable democracy but continued to rule with the help of Pakistan Army and intelligence services.

Psoriasis to vitiligo—Autoimmune skin diseases can be stressful. Here is what you can do

Discuss with your doctor how to best take high-potency topical steroids, and try not to continue applying them beyond three weeks at a stretch.

Cars have become bigger but that doesn’t justify their ever-increasing prices

Manufacturers have been increasing prices because they can. And they also know that you, as a buyer, can’t do all that much.

Musharraf was a tale of caution for those who think military dictators can make Pakistan secular

Why Pakistani military dictators such as Musharraf, who died Sunday, couldn't bring secularism home.

SRK’s Pathaan shows that Muslim identity will be celebrated if it serves the nation

Pathaan marks birth of a new Muslim—He is patriotic and doesn't question India’s nationhood.

Galaxy S23 revives Samsung-Apple battle in India. iPhone 15 will have to flex its muscles

While the flagship Galaxy S23 Ultra promises to be the benchmark among Android smartphones, it would be foolish to ignore the more affordable S23+ and S23 models.

Peshawar bombing shows Jihadist win in Pakistan’s north-west has far-reaching consequences

Facing an unprecedented financial crisis, Pakistan just doesn’t have the will—or resources—to fight back, raising the real prospect of a jihadist triumph.

Alia Bhatt in Raazi to Deepika Padukone in Pathaan — female spies not just about oomph

From Mala Sinha in Ankhen to Deepika playing a cosmopolitan spy in Pathaan, Bollywood has come a long way. There's more to the 'guns, gadgets, women' formula.

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Pervez Musharraf

Musharraf went from being warmaker, dictator to yelling on Indian TV...

His worldview was shaped by the foundational logic of Pakistan — that its people could preserve its purity only in a separate State achieved by mutilating India.

How Maharashtra plans to make Mumbai & satellite towns a 250...

Maharashtra govt's goal is to eventually make the state a trillion-dollar economy. For this, it’s pushing to boost the economy of its most valued asset — the Mumbai Metropolitan Area.

Defence

India is modernising its armed forces and trying to reduce defence imports | Manisha Mondal | ThePrint

Budget 2023: Defence gets 13% more than last yr. Pensions &...

Capital budget increased to Rs 1.62 lakh crore from 1.52 lakh crore. Navy, Army see substantial increase but allocation for procuring aircraft, aero engines goes down.
Illustration by Soham Sen | ThePrint

Market has won & now it’s for Adani to decide whether...

If the political establishment responds to a situation like this as if it’s something that must only play out between a corporate & the market, it's coming of age of Indian capitalism.