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In photos: The world’s largest democracy is in upheaval
Delhi was not alone.
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Art kills around 100,000 mongooses in India every year
Fifty animals are killed for every kilogram of mongoose hair used in brushes.
Some Indian states have more than twice as many prisoners than they can house
Mounting pressure on discipline and resources.
UPI now fulfils over half of all digital payments in India
Karnataka at the forefront.
Pune has stolen a march over other cities in India’s rooftop solar energy race
130 megawatts (MW).
The ancient swamps along India’s western coast must be saved at all costs
Biodiversity must be preserved.
Can Quikr and Olx hold up as e-commerce giants eye India’s burgeoning used-goods market?
The market is estimated to grow to $25 billion by 2020.
It’s a gloomy Diwali this year for millions of public sector employees in India
Staff of BSNL and MTNL have it the worst.
Two behemoths and a startup are India’s top three IT patent filers
Patenting is gaining traction.
A complete guide to Ola and the startup scene it spawned in India
India's answer to Uber has grown massively, attracting deep-pocketed foreign investors
India, leave those forests on the mountains alone, lest you want to drown
Many illegal stone quarries also operate in the Ghats.
India’s road safety should be paved with behavioural change, not heavy fines
Many states have diluted the laws.
The Indian government can thank Google for the popularity of its digital payment system
Google Pay has acquired the most UPI customers.
The coffee plantations of India’s western ghats are being wrongly blamed for climate change
Forests and croplands can co-exist.
This is how Hyderabad, and not Mumbai or Bengaluru, became IKEA’s first India destination
"Demographics and economics, resources, commercial advantage, and governance."
At least 350 have already died in India’s monsoon floods this year—and it is not over yet
The Delhi government on Aug. 18 sounded a flood alert as the Yamuna's waters neared warning levels.
Sushma Swaraj, India’s former foreign minister who reached out to people, has passed away
She was known for helping distressed Indians with her efficient social media outreach.
An Indian coffee baron has gone missing
VG Siddhartha of Cafe Coffee Day has been untraceable since last evening.
The makers of Indian craft beer Bira 91 find a real high in a cheaper, stronger brew
Boom now accounts for half of B9 Beverages' revenue.
Modi government says India lost less than 400 industrial jobs in 2018
"Automation has not replaced workers, either"