"We used to think that the Censor Board should be abolished, but seeing how things are going, maybe it should stay on for some more time, until sense prevails." Photo: S.R. Raghunathan

Silencing cinema amounts to fascism: Kamal Hassan

I am sure all those who were against Mumbai Express, even they wouldn’t say ‘I love you’ to their lovers in Tamil. »

Congress, BJP slug it out over heckling of CMs

BJP accuses the Congress of not being able to reconcile itself to its defeat in the general elections. »

Colonel alleges graft in Hisar Military Station

The complaint alleges irregularities in certain construction and renovation works at the station, besides grant of approval for installation of private mobile signal towers. »

Home Secretary’s action hits at federal scheme: Qureshi

Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi Uttarakhand Governor Aziz Qureshi questioned the jurisdiction of Home Secretary Anil Goswami in asking him to quit, and said he had no legal authority to do so. »


A file photo of Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh. Photo: PTI

Centre not to encroach on TS govt. powers: Rajnath

An impending showdown between the Centre and Telangana State over the issue of special powers to the Governor in respect of law and order has been averted with the Centre indicating that it had no... »
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Army stages a flag march in curfew-clamped Golaghat district of Assam
on Thursday. Photo: Ritupallab Saikia

Assam, Nagaland agree on joint mechanism

Assam and Nagaland on Thursday decided to put in place a joint mechanism for regular coordination between their officials to prevent the recurrence of violence over the long-pending boundary dispu... »
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Living and loving Chennai
A number of people from Belgium, Spain, France, Russia, Germany, Japan, South Korea and several other countries call the city ‘home’.

Between takes, Kamal would keep humming on the sets, and one day ‘Muktha’ Srinivasan, the director, caught him singing a keerthanai. »

New Public Policy Scholars​

The Hindu Centre is pleased to welcome its new Public Policy Scholars, Deya Bhattacharya, Sumit Chaturvedi, Nandini Dubey, Vanya Mehta, Bharti Mishra Nath and Rajesh Kumar Rai. Click here to read more on the Scholars and their proposed research over the next four months.​Read more »

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