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Mayawati plays numbers game again: This time it is 18

BSP supremo, Mayawati who resigned from the Rajya Sabha has decided to hold rallies on the 18th of every month. She has decided to make the 18th of every month a significant date as it was on July 18 that she resigned from the Rajya Sabha.

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The Philippines’ Financial Stink Bomb

Better get down, the nation’s second-largest bank is about to blow up

UNLESS some incredible deus ex machina intercedes, it seems increasingly likely that this jolly nation whose public concerns are limited to things like the fate of forgotten church bells or… 1,515 more words


Talk Point: Is the space for Dalit identity politics and Dalit-first parties shrinking?

The UP election results earlier this year signaled a growing support among the Dalits for the BJP. This was followed by NDA fielding Ram Nath Kovind as its presidential candidate, forcing the opposition to field another Dalit, Meira Kumar, as his rival. 2,188 more words


'Outlander': Check out a very scruffy Jamie in this new photo

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Someone needs a serious shave (and maybe a long bath).

When the action resumes on Starz’ … 336 more words


New details on Kylo Ren's TIE Silencer from 'The Last Jedi'

Kylo Ren will pilot a new starfighter in The Last Jedi — a new design reminiscent of his grandfather’s old ride.

Lucasfilm revealed the first image of the TIE Silencer just as San Diego Comic-Con is getting underway, offering a first look at one of the vehicles from the upcoming… 243 more words


BJP thrashes Mayawati for misleading everyone, Lalu shows condolence

BSP chief Mayawati, short-tempered nature was noticed in parliament when Deputy Chairman PJ Kurien requested her to conclude her speech within the time frame. According to her, five minutes was not much enough to introduce everyone with the issue of Dalit atrocities in Saharanpur. 267 more words


Meet 'perverted' 'Preacher' villain Herr Starr

A version of this story appears in the new issue of Entertainment Weekly, on stands now or available to buy here. Don’t forget to… 204 more words