The Daisy Dee bra announces a hurray for Indian TV commercials. I just hope a minister is not offended
If he is offended, Minister Narottam Mishra need only look at the advertisements for the male underwear that adorn our TV screens. Or just ask Akshay Kumar, Vicky Kaushal or Varun Dhawan, writes Shailaja Bajpai.
“Data breach at India’s largest custodian of Demat exposed investors cr 4.39”: electronic security firm
CyberX9 claims a vulnerability in CDSL, which manages trading accounts on ESB, NSE and other exchanges, exposed sensitive data. CDSL denies violation, says it was remedied quickly, reports Regina Mihindukulasuriya.
How Sri Lanka’s switch to organic farming has now sparked a row with China over the fertilizer crisis
A Sri Lankan bank withheld payment to Chinese group Qingdao Seawin after its fertilizer samples were found to harbor harmful bacteria. China has now blacklisted the bank, reports Samyak pandey.
Yogi’s Uttar Pradesh is the most poorly governed large state, Kerala is the best: Bengaluru think tank report
Bengaluru-based Think Tank Public Affairs Center Index is a composite score for 3 major factors – growth, equity and sustainability, reports Nikhil rampal.
Sameer Wankhede is both a Muslim and a sc. He is the victim of historic wrong
If Muslims and Christians are included in the OBC lists, what is the reason for not including them in the SC list, questions Dilip Mandal.
Crook, TRP hunter, idiot, clown: how an Indian journalist went from hero to zero for Bollywood
The representation of journalists by Hindi cinema went from the status of hero in the 1950s to that of manipulator, even joker. This reflects the abuse and trolling they face on social media, especially women, writes. Shekhar Gupta, in “National Interest” this week.
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