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By Ipsita Kabiraj and Neil Gershom

Years Ago Today - May 22

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is born, Jerry Lee Lewis announces marriage to 13-year-old cousin and USA formally recognise Korea as a state

Years Ago Today - May 17

Nelson Mandela receives Law degree from prison, first submarine launched and more

Years Ago Today - May 15

Mickey Mouse makes first appearance, McDonalds opens first restaurant and Sputnik 3 launched

Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Film Review

NSoJ's review of one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Guardian of the Galaxy Vol 2!

Videos

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Politics

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Why China Fears The Smiling Monk?

Yet again China seems to be upset with His Holiness The Dalai Lama's visit to the controversial land of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh.

Whose Line Is It Anyway?

Anti-Romeo Squad: An initiative garnered to keep teasing and molestation in check in Uttar Pradesh

“For us to grow as a nation, we need to snip nepotism in the bud”

NSoJ in conversation with Gopal Sankaranarayan, secretary of the Lodha Committee and advocate at the Supreme Court of India.

Trump Must Change from Being a Divider into a Uniter: Talbott

A report on a discussion between historian Ramchandra Guha and former US Deputy Secretary of State, Strobe Talbott who discussed the possible consequences in a world where Donald Trump is US President.

Jingoistic Nationalism Muzzling the Media

The muzzling of one of India’s leading news channels under the pretext of national security was an example of jingoistic nationalism thwarting freedom of press.

Bangalore

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Noor: Film Review

Sunhil Sippy's film starring Sonakshi Sinha and Kanan Gil based on the Pakistani novel, "Karachi, You're Killing Me" saw mixed reviews.

Building Bridges

A discussion on 'Choices: Inside the making of India's Foreign Policy', a book written by former National Security Advisor Shivshankar Menon. In a talk with Ramchandra Guha, Menon talked about the various aspect of the nation's external affairs.

More Than Just A Colour

Remade In India takes waste management to a whole new level and make products you can use on a daily basis.

Global is the Way to Go

International schools in the city are sprouting up and offering quality education along with state-of-the-facilities.

Breaking: Rex Tillerson Sworn In As United States Secretary Of State

News updates for the day from National, International, Sports, Off-beat and Social Media desks

Sports

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Pitch Perfect?

India's capitulation against Australia at Pune's MCA stadium reignited the debate about pitches and home advantage. Where does that leave Indian cricket?

Bowlers Become Crown Jewels, Once Again

IPL 2017 auctions- a proof that bowlers are finally getting their due share.

AIFF a Fit Case for Judicial Overreach?

It is a glib assumption that a blend of business acumen and a peripheral interest in the game is an ideal recipe for a sports federation head but in the light of the recent events, Patel’s position within the AIFF could come under the scanner.

Of Nail-Biting Excitement and The Call of Duty

This is a report by our student journalist on his first coverage of an international cricket match.

“For us to grow as a nation, we need to snip nepotism in the bud”

NSoJ in conversation with Gopal Sankaranarayan, secretary of the Lodha Committee and advocate at the Supreme Court of India.

Lifestyle

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Years Ago Today - May 22

Sir Arthur Conan Doyle is born, Jerry Lee Lewis announces marriage to 13-year-old cousin and USA formally recognise Korea as a state

Years Ago Today - May 17

Nelson Mandela receives Law degree from prison, first submarine launched and more

Years Ago Today - May 15

Mickey Mouse makes first appearance, McDonalds opens first restaurant and Sputnik 3 launched

Years Ago Today - May 11

First contraceptive pill sold, Salvador Dali was born and DMG and Benz enter JV

Years Ago Today - May 10

Mandela sworn in as 1st South African Black President, India Sepoy Mutiny; Bono is born

Business

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More Than Just A Colour

Remade In India takes waste management to a whole new level and make products you can use on a daily basis.

Cleaner, Faster

Washing motorcycles does not mean the wastage of water anymore. Here's a report on EBW and more such establishments.

धर्म देश हित से अलग नहीं

विमूद्रीकरण का क्या असर हुआ धार्मिक संस्थानों पर?

Indian Consumers sold out to Made-in-Haridwar

On the ayurvedic brand Patanjali's dizzying rise in the market, selling products from toothpaste to noodles, with even a jeans line in the pipeline. It champions itself as a swadeshi and chemical-free brand.

Opinion

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Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 Film Review

NSoJ's review of one of the most anticipated movies of the year, Guardian of the Galaxy Vol 2!

Baahubali 2 Film Review

A review of one of India's most anticipated films of the year, Baahubali 2

Stone-pelters in Jammu & Kashmir and their tryst with Social Media

Media reports state that the ongoing crisis of stone pelting in Kashmir is not just a fight for freedom. A sting operation has revealed that the cause of the civil unrest is a stone pelting mafia.

Begum Jaan Talks Too Much, Conveys Little

A review of the recent film Begum Jaan which features Vidya Balan.

Social Media Turning Into Our Frankenstein?

Has the media we built and nurtured finally overtaken us?