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Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Anupam Guha explains socialism in the Indian context
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Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Anupam Guha explains socialism in the Indian context

Anupam Guha, assistant professor, Centre for Policy Studies — IIT-B, explains socialism, in part 2 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series

DIRT 5 review: High-octane racing thriller leaves you wanting more
tech

DIRT 5 review: High-octane racing thriller leaves you wanting more

DIRT 5 has exhilarating, fast-paced gameplay that is bound to have you hooked from the get-go, but its story lacks depth and variety, and you're likely to get a little bored halfway through it

Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona, and how it's different from his previous two documentaries Senna and Amy
entertainment

Asif Kapadia on Diego Maradona, and how it's different from his previous two documentaries Senna and Amy

Academy Award-winning British Indian filmmaker Asif Kapadia opens up on interacting with Diego Maradona, who was the only alive subject of the three documentaries he has directed so far.

Ahmed Patel passes away: Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi and others pay tribute
politics

Ahmed Patel passes away: Ram Nath Kovind, Narendra Modi, Sonia Gandhi and others pay tribute

The 71-year-old leader died at 3.30 am after suffering from multiple organ failure, 10 days after he was admitted to the Medanta Hospital in Gurugram

AfsanaBadosh ep 1: Listen to Rajinder Singh Bedi's 'Quarantine' | Presented by Firstpost and Jashn-E-Qalam
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AfsanaBadosh ep 1: Listen to Rajinder Singh Bedi's 'Quarantine' | Presented by Firstpost and Jashn-E-Qalam

AfsanaBadosh, presented by Firstpost and Jashn-E-Qalam, celebrates the spirit of storytelling through narrations of the greatest Hindi and Urdu stories. This is Episode 1 — Rajinder Singh Bedi's 'Quarantine'.

'Publish foreign content after due verification': Press Council warns media houses of consequences
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'Publish foreign content after due verification': Press Council warns media houses of consequences

The quasi-judicial body warned the Indian publications that they will be held responsible for the reportage, irrespective of from where it sourced the article

Diego Maradona dies at 60: Defiant and proud, El Pibe de Oro became symbol of Argentina and deity in his nation
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Diego Maradona dies at 60: Defiant and proud, El Pibe de Oro became symbol of Argentina and deity in his nation

Diego Maradona personified his country, with his cunningness and penchant for upsetting the established order, he was Argentina.

12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale
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12 years of 26/11 Mumbai terror attack: Look at Pakistan masterminds, brave Indian officers and survivors who lived to tell the brutal tale

As Mumbai grappled with the four-day siege in 2008, many heroes emerged. While some lived to tell the tale, others sacrificed their lives to ensure hundreds were rescued from the horrific shooting and bombings that followed

Champions League: Bayern Munich, Manchester City cruise to last 16; Liverpool slump to home defeat against Atalanta
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Champions League: Bayern Munich, Manchester City cruise to last 16; Liverpool slump to home defeat against Atalanta

On a night when clubs marked news of the death of Diego Maradona by holding a minute's silence in memory of the Argentine before all Champions League games, Bayern eased to a record-extending 15th straight win in the competition.

Constitution Day of India: What is Samvidhan Diwas and why is it celebrated on 26 November?
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Constitution Day of India: What is Samvidhan Diwas and why is it celebrated on 26 November?

On this day in 1949, the Constituent Assembly of India formally adopted the Constitution of India that came into force on 26 January 1950

Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Paulomi Chakraborty presents nuanced take on equality
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Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Paulomi Chakraborty presents nuanced take on equality

Paulomi Chakraborty, associate professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences — IIT-B, presents a nuanced exploration of equality in part 5 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series.

Constitution Day: Tuli Bakshi, Sharib Ali on the idea of justice as enshrined in the Constitution
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Constitution Day: Tuli Bakshi, Sharib Ali on the idea of justice as enshrined in the Constitution

Tuli Bakshi (postdoctoral fellow in the Department of Earth Sciences — IIT Bombay) and Sharib A Ali (director — Human Rights Programme, Quill Foundation) discuss the idea of justice in part 3 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series

Constitution Day: Why the Indian Constitution guarantees secularism, and what it implies
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Constitution Day: Why the Indian Constitution guarantees secularism, and what it implies

IIT-B students Pramod Mandade and Samarth Bhagwat discuss secularism in part 4 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series

Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Amit Singh deconstructs the phrase 'We, the people of India'
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Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Amit Singh deconstructs the phrase 'We, the people of India'

IIT-B professor Amit Singh analyses how the phrase "We, the People of India" entered the Preamble in part 6 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series

Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Anush Kapadia explains what India's sovereignty means
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Constitution Day: IIT-B professor Anush Kapadia explains what India's sovereignty means

Anush Kapadia, assistant professor, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences — IIT Bombay, speaks on the concept of 'sovereignty', in part 1 of IIT Bombay for Justice's #PreambleLectures series.

Mumbai, before and after 26/11: How the 2008 terror attacks changed the city and its citizens
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Mumbai, before and after 26/11: How the 2008 terror attacks changed the city and its citizens

The 26/11 attacks taught us that terror is not some faraway notion, happening to other people, the wolf who may or may not be at the door. It was among us, its cruelty and evil ravaging everything

2008 Mumbai attacks: How India dishonoured an unknown Kashmiri spy who penetrated Lashkar-e-Taiba before 26/11
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2008 Mumbai attacks: How India dishonoured an unknown Kashmiri spy who penetrated Lashkar-e-Taiba before 26/11

Mukhtar Ahmed Sheikh had made it possible to intercept the 26/11 death squad's calls — and prove Pakistan's role in the 2008 Mumbai terror attacks — but he remains nearly unknown. He neither received a medal, nor a reward. Instead, he was held in prison for three months on spurious charges.

Nationwide general strike on 26 November to see participation of 25 crore workers
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Nationwide general strike on 26 November to see participation of 25 crore workers

The charter of demands of the general strike include cash transfer of Rs 7,500 per month for all non-income tax paying families and 10 kg free ration per person per month to all needy

Diego Maradona passes away at 60: Remembering football legend's five greatest goals
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Diego Maradona passes away at 60: Remembering football legend's five greatest goals

Diego Maradona scored some of the most famous — and thrilling — goals in football history. Here are his five more spectacular ones:

Cyclone Nivar: Landfall of very severe cyclonic storm begins, says IMD; rain batters Tamil Nadu, Puducherry
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Cyclone Nivar: Landfall of very severe cyclonic storm begins, says IMD; rain batters Tamil Nadu, Puducherry

With rains under the influence of the cyclone drenching Chennai and several other parts of the state, authorities evacuated over one lakh people and housed them in shelters