Last week, Indian army Captain Ravindra Kumar Bali (67) went home, finally. About 20 years ago Captain Bali was evicted from his ancestral home in Kota in Rajasthan.
Cristiano Ronaldo, the reigning world player of the year, has once again showed class is permanent and that being on the other side of 30 matters little.
The happening night-life in Southeast Asia’s tourism hub Thailand is expected to go sober this week as the country prepares to give its late King Bhumibol Adulyadej a lavish send-off in a spectacular five-day funeral.
With the Election Commission’s announcement of poll schedule for Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat assembly elections, poll fever is likely to grip the nation, as winning the states would be a do-or-die battle for the Congress as well as the BJP.
Dashing England all-rounder Ben Stokes is again in the news, but this time for wrong reasons. The 26-year-old cricketer was on Monday arrested in Bristol on suspicion of causing bodily harm and dropped for Wednesday’s fourth ODI against the West Indies.
Right after thermodynamics and time travel, the most misunderstood and overly miss-constructed concept is how we perceive feminism, especially here in India.
The sudden rescue of Father Tom Uzhunnalil, the Catholic priest, from the clutches of the dreaded terrorists in Yemen on September 12 is nothing short of a miracle, reports emanating from the Vatican City indicate.
One of the major contributors in the BJP’s emphatic victory in 2014 general election was the clever exploitation of the social media. The BJP was clearly ahead of its opponents in building public opinion in favour of its poll mascot Narendra Modi.
All world religions preach compassion, the cornerstone of their faith. For the face and heart of God is indeed compassion and love.
Nirmala Sitharaman has taken over as the first woman full-fledged defence minister. Her appointment has raised hope that there will be some stability in the ministry. In three years of Modi government the crucial ministry has seen three defence ministers.
For over two years now, there has been a combined approach by all the tech manufacturers towards having one universal port that can do everything.
No trousers, no shoes. Yet Marius Fernandes is an extraordinary man, in his trademark shorts, a shirt and a pair of sandals, no matter the occasion, no matter where he goes and who he meets in the red soil of Goa. He does not attend weddings, funerals or any other functions.
The British Antarctic Territory last month saw its first ever wedding. Polar field guides Julie Baum and Tom Sylvester got married in sub-zero temperatures in the Adelaide Island in a two-day celebration.
With the pressure of working in a corporate environment, we all look forward to weekends; the joy extends a bit more if it’s a long weekend. Therefore, we, the people from big cities head to the nearest haven.
Sister Lourdu Mary Nagothu lives an extraordinary life.