Israel votes today, and Benjamin Netanyahu is hoping for a record fifth term. ThePrint looks at 5 key aspects of the Israel elections, including the PM’s promises and probable outcomes.
If Rahul Gandhi's promises are kept without cutting other spending, government would be borrowing an amount equal to its total borrowing today.
India is the fourth nation to possess the wherewithal to shoot down satellites in low earth orbit. But questions have been raised about the timing of the test.
The suicide bomber who carried out the 14 February Pulwama terror attack as well as his handlers reportedly used virtual SIM cards to stay in touch.
The Pollachi rape and blackmail case has caused an uproar in the state, especially after a number of videos and allegations of political patronage.
BJD will have 33% women candidates in Odisha’s 21 Lok Sabha seats, while Trinamool Congress has upped the figure to 41% for Bengal’s 42 seats.
With the crucial UN meeting today, ThePrint takes a look at the scope of the UNSC committee, the sanctions and their implications.
For the second time in 5 months, a Boeing 737 Max 8, the company's latest variant of its 737 jets, has crashed in 'spine-chillingly' similar accidents.
It is a seven-phase election this time around and ThePrint takes you through the various stages right up to counting day on 23 May.
As the Model Code of Conduct kicks in, ThePrint explains its purpose, scope, features and limitations.