J&J may have to pay 22 Indians Rs 20 lakh each for faulty hip implants

Gujarat polls: Hardik, Congress to announce Patel quota deal today

Delhi Metro Kalkaji-Botanical Garden corridor gets nod, to open by Nov end

Padmavati row: Producers defer release indefinitely amid threats, protests

Govt may exempt crowdfunding from Companies Act to give start-ups a leg up

100 for Rs 500: Egg prices up 25% in 1 month, chicken down by 30%

Padmavati row: BJP leader offers Rs 10 cr for Deepika, Bhansali head

Delhi air quality improves but still very poor; no end to stubble burning

Rajan's note advising against note ban should be made public: Montek Singh

Statsguru: Global wealth soars in 2017

IndiGo battles an image crisis: Can airline navigate brand out of trouble?

Muslim men are terrorists, they trap Hindu women: Lessons from Jaipur fair

Moody's milder on India than S&P, Fitch

Trump's H1-B pay hike not anti-immigrant, protects US workers: White House

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COLUMNISTS

Poisoning young India

Mihir S Sharma

Illustration by Ajay Mohanty Focus on human capital instead of GDP, and growth will follow in time

It's time we really smelled the air

Sunita Narain

The fact is that pollution levels in Delhi and the rest of north India were alarmingly high in the past fortnight

EDITORIAL COMMENT

Change in mood

Govt deserves credit, must stay the reforms course

Take a holistic view

Spectrum cap decision can't be taken in isolation

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A key issue facing the Modi govt is the lack of jobs. Will the upgrade by Moody's spur growth in employment?

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Electric cars: High upfront pay, but running cost low

But it's better to wait for a while, as more players will enter and battery costs will come down

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Google has picked an answer for you — too bad it’s often wrong

Google has picked an answer for you - too bad it's often wrong

Going beyond search, the internet giant is promoting a single result over all others, and many are contentious, improbable or laughably

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