The outcry over Wal-Mart's disclosure report is irrelevant. After all, this is not some Wikileaks scoops.
That the AAM AADMI is India's hottest political currency yet is a no brainer.
After the damp squib comes news of another fiasco-in-the-making.
Nike's decision to permanently oust Lance Armstrong from its haloed list of celeb endorsers is truly a sign of the times.
When reel-life underworld don 'Munna Bhai' began daydreaming about the spirit of Mahatma Gandhi in the 2006 film 'Lage Raho Munna Bhai', Gandhigiri became fashionable.
As chance would have it, I was with a colleague who supports reservations for India's dalits and tribals in all forms – education, jobs, private sector, public sector and the works
For years now, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh's silence has been construed as a major weakness.
There comes a time in life when people start hallucinating due to too much pressure.
Making a case for why Anna and Ramdev should not join forces in the anti-graft crusade.
Indian celebritydom is getting the walloping of a lifetime. Fights, drugs, drunken brawls, bad language, loud statements, undesirable sexual advances, are just the tip of an iceberg
You have either got it or you have'nt . In the context of superstar Amitabh Bachchan, the idiom does not only relate to his screen presence – but also his generosity. The man’s compassionate side came to the fore recently when he decided to share his immense wealth with the poor and needy by giving away Rs. 30 lakhs to clear the debts of some 100 Vidarbha farmers. His recent philanthropy is not based on any sudden whims or quirks. On hearing the plight of farmers in Andhra Pradesh while shooting in Vishakhapatnam some eight years ago, Bachchan senior had similarly repaid the debts of nearly 40 besieged farmers by shelling out Rs. 11 lakhs from his own pocket
It's a little tough to talk about female infanticide in a blog that is supposed to be irreverent and satirical as reflected by its very name.
Money can't buy you everything it seems as billionaire industrialist Mukesh Ambani must be discovering much to his chagrin.
Having spent most of my school and college life in a hostel, junk food for me has always been somewhat of a treasured treat. Well, after the regimented diet of icky yellow dal and overcooked potatoes in the hostel dining room, who would not enjoy a nice pot of Maggie noodles with friends, slow-cooked on the humble room heater in the middle of the night?
A hale and hearty Anna Hazare, smiling Team Anna members and surging crowds to support the Gandhian's day-long fast on Sunday were a balm for many tired eyes who had given up the anti-graft agitation for dead.