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Plugged-In: Salman Khan goes to prison, the death of privacy, and Arun Jaitley’s health

A 24×7 blur of headlines, breaking news and shouting matches, notifications and pop-ups — news, views and opinion have become an overwhelming flood that...

Plugged-In: Govt tracking journalists, CBSE leak, and CJI impeachment

The government may be able to track journalists’ movements in and out of government buildings and offices through the use of RFID cards

Plugged-In: Modi versus Smriti Irani, freedom of the press, and Supreme Court’s firm stand

A 24×7 blur of headlines, breaking news and shouting matches, notifications and pop-ups — ThePrint brings to you the news, views and opinions that matter.

Plugged-In: Blacklisting journalists, Dalit protests, and Kejriwal’s apologies

9 people were killed and hundreds injured as protests by Dalits shook north India Monday. Six people were killed in Madhya Pradesh, two in Uttar Pradesh, and one in Rajasthan

Plugged-In: Kashmir’s deadliest clashes in years, ISRO power failure, Dalit History Month

In the Valley of death: 12 militants, 4 civilians, and 3 jawans have been killed in Kashmir encounters. These numbers haunt the front pages of all major dailies

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File photo of smog in Delhi. Some doctors have called air pollution a bigger threat than Covid-19.| Photo: Suraj Singh Bisht | ThePrint

Air quality is better but not enough to banish air purifiers. Here are options for your room & car

What’s the solution for people who cannot leave Delhi? Air purifiers from Dyson's expensive range to Xiaomi's affordable ones can be of help.

NFRA to conduct audit quality inspections of five audit firms

New Delhi, Nov 16 (PTI) The National Financial Reporting Authority (NFRA) will carry out audit quality inspections of five audit firms, including the...


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In a first, six women officers to enter prestigious Defence Services Staff College

As many as 15 women appeared for the examination, out of which six were selected, including one who has made it to the course along with her husband. 

Why military is more for asserting political will, not just about controlling territory

No matter what tactics, doctrine, or weapon system is used, the objective of any war is to control territory, argues Gen. MM Naravane (retd). But it's politics that matters most.