It's been a thrilling day as four states and a union territory gave their verdict on the tussle that saw major national parties and power
Five things you need to know on May 18, 2016
In a country where simply talking about an incident of rape is considered to be a taboo, marital rapes—non-consensual sex in a marital setup—legally and
Over 200 years ago on May 17 Napoleon Bonaparte ordered the annexation of the Papal States to the French Empire. While annexations are (hopefully) passé
Most critics have panned the recent biopic on former cricketer Mohammad Azharuddin. The movie titled Azhar stars Emran Hashmi as the wristy former captain of
Queen's Bohemian Rhapsody hit the charts in 1975, becoming the most expensive single ever made at the time of its release. Written by frontman Freddie
Heads up. Am feeling pretty grumpy this morning.
And it's all the fault of Sonia Gandhi.
What is with all this OTT spilling-blood-for-Mother-India rhetoric that she's spouting
Music lovers and baby boomers have been salivating at the prospect of a dream line up at the Coachella music festival in California later this
Leicester City's title triumph in English football this season has been the talking point over the past week in football. But there has been
During his final White House Correspondents' Dinner, President Barack Obama left his audience positively entertained with his hilarious speech in which he took digs at
India-born Om Malik is one of the most influential voices in technology today. The 50-year-old technology writer founded the popular blog GigaOm. Two years ago,
Congolese Rumba music legend, Jules Shungu Wembadio Pene Kikumba. popularly known as Papa Wemba died after collapsing on stage in the Ivory Coast on April 24.
On Sunday, April 24, the Chief Justice of India, T S Thakur spoke about India's overworked judiciary and how the common man's faith in the
The story of the Exodus — Moses leading the Jews out of Egypt — is perhaps one of the most popular of Old Testament stories.
The Israelites had
Prince, the godfather of R&B, has died aged 57 at his compound in Minnesota. Music fans from across the world are mourning his death. Here
There was a time before the rise of all the let's-find-you-a-spouse dot coms when the Sunday matrimonial columns in dailies were an absolute hoot. I
It is hard to articulate the exact emotions that one feels upon listening to Pakistani 'musical sensation' Taher Shah. That is what happens when you
From a man belonging to a hunters' community who aspired to become a javelin thrower to a woman who fled from the restraints of Dalam
Floored by Brathwaite's four successive sixes? We dig up five extraordinary individual performances from the past.
1. Kapil carts Hemmings for 4 sixes
On 30 July 1990,
After their stunning victory against India in the semis of the World twenty 20 cricket tournament, a visibly exhilarated team West Indies went back to
Jawaharlal Nehru University’s Kanhaiya Kumar— the new leader-turned-neta—has raked a controversy with his latest statement calling the 1984 Sikh riots ‘different’ from the 2002 Gujarat
Buzzfeed published a rather long and equally delightful profile of Google's Indian-born CEO Sundar Pichai. Sprinkled with anecdotes about his life and from his childhood
The policy announced by the Department of Industrial policy and promotion (DIPP) allowing 100 per cent FDI in marketplace based e-commerce will practically change nothing.
After getting the Indian team almost single-handedly over the line in Sunday night’s T20 World Cup win over Australia, cricketer Virat Kohli would have thought
India's single run victory in their ICC World T20 match against Bangladesh had Indians at the edge of their seats throughout the game. Replying to India's
In the aftermath of any terror attack, Muslims across the globe fear a back lash, where they would be harassed, abused and blamed for something
"The worst time is the best time for comedy."
Speaking on the topic ‘comedy of dissent’ at the India Today Conclave, Masaan and Aisi Taisi Democracy
Recently, mediaite.com pulled out a delightful anecdote shared by Rolling Stones tour producer Michael Cohl back in 2015 with pollstar.com about the night Keith Richards
Scores of Jawaharlal Nehru students celebrated the release of Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya on interim bail. The duo had been arrested in a sedition
Mar 15, 2016
So there's a horse that may or may not have been injured by a man who may or may not have attacked it and may or may not be charged with an offence.