This place boasts of a Prime Minister called Chandrasekhar. It is also 'hometown' to India's most talked about gang rape victim Nirbhaya. Puja Awasthi travels across Ballia to find aspirational Bharat clashing with resurgent India
The building collapse in Thane which claimed 72 lives was an accident waiting to happen. Muslim localities are sitting on a powderkeg, reports Danish Reyaz
Ancient Secret of the Fountain of Youth! With a title like that, Peter Keldar’s little treatise was bound to find success on the publishing charts, over and over again. Written in 1939, Keldar’s little gem has since spawned hundreds of editions, translations, versions, workshops in spas and health centres, discussion forums and YouTube videos. But a question still lingers… Does this fountain really quench one’s thirst for everlasting youth?
Nokia is fighting really hard to stage a comeback to the Indian market. First a deal with Microsoft and then a slew of product launches, including the Windows based Lumia, Nokia is pulling every string to bring back those good ol’ days. But can it? By Anirudh Raheja
He's not the typical Adonis you'd be gaping at in awe or the hunk whose built and biceps you'd drool over. But Ayushmann Khurrana's dimple-marked-smile, the melody in his voice and the boy-next-door-attitude have won him a place right up there with the reigning stars as well as in the audience's hearts. With Pratishtha Malhotra, Ayushmann shares the story of his journey until now...
ndia faces complex security challenges, which have the potential to derail its economic and social progress. But there does not seem to be any broad-based exercise to reform the country’s intelligence apparatus and make it more pro-active and in line with the pursuit of the nation’s internal and external policies.
India is lucky to have two able technocrats at the helm of its economic affairs: Prime Minister Manmohan Singh is an Oxford alumnus while Finance Minister P.Chidambaram is a graduate from Harvard. Yet despite their helmsmanship, the economic horizons of the country have remained cloudy for some time now.
Another deadly strain of virus is gaining notoriety among the medical fraternity across the world. Its name is Coronavirus and its lethal manifestations have already become a hotly discussed topic among medical practitioners and across health forums in the Middle East.
For a decade now, the past has been coming alive every May on the Croisette, with the Cannes Film Festival showcasing restored prints of cinematic masterworks in its Classics section. So, even as the glitzy French Riviera event celebrates the finest and the most provocative of contemporary films, it also turns the spotlight on the steadily spreading global campaign to save world cinema heritage through the systematic restoration and digital re-mastering of old movie negatives.
My honeymoon with Lahore - my dream city, a place of fun and frolic and home to world’s best institutions like Aitchison College and Punjab University, eateries like Salt’n Pepper Village, Food Street and Zaiqa and water parks like, Sozo Water Park, Joy Land Park and Starlet shoes - has ended. During my second — and perhaps last visit there - from June 4 to June 13, I found ourselves: me, wife and our three children at the Sarwar Road Police Station, Lahore Cantonment.
Nelson, who died at the naval battle of Trafalgar on October 21, 1805, was one of the most successful and famous of British fleet commanders.
At a time when global leaders are reaching out to Gujarat Chief Minister Narendra Modi after ostracising him for more than a decade for his role in abetting the 2002 riots in the western state he rules, a comprehensive biography of the man is more than the need of the hour.
Every Star Trek has an older audience which waits with bated breath for the next film to come out and a younger one which either becomes part of the Star Trek pack or think it to be bollocks meant for nerds with glasses and acne.
Saif Ali Khan is a bit of a freako in B-town who, despite enjoying star-lineage, is truly different.