• Mar
    24

    There was a time in Indian mainstream cinema when the heroine and the vamp were two distinct characters, embodying two incompatible value systems. The heroine would invariably be

  • Cricket lovers in India and Australia would never have imagined that a perfect script would unfold at Dharamshala. The 4th Test between Australia and India has gained immense importance

  • A54-year-old plastic surgeon, Dr Ashok Raj Koul, who is known for advanced surgeries like such as reconstruction of breast and Brachia Plexus injuries, committed suicide on Thursday by jumping off

  • Barely half-an-hour into the counting of votes in the Uttar Pradesh assembly elections, it became clear that it was not going to be a repeat of the Bihar assembly elections

  • The fears of the world community about Pakistan becoming a state that fomented faith- based terror are coming true. Ironically what is happening there is primarily a source

  • A social media post doing the rounds says, with some anger: “Tunday kebab not available for one hour got much more media attention than Kashmiri Pandit’s (sic) got for their

  • The battle to control India's coal capital - Dhanbad - has just taken a turn for the worse and become hot button all over again.

  • Fans of the sci-fi TV show Doctor Who mostly envy the Doctor for his time- and space-hopping capabilities. But those of us in crowded cities struggling to make

  • By Shiv Visvanathan

    A few decades ago, the great chronicler of ideology and science, the late Arthur Koestler wrote a collection of essays entitled The Yogi and the Commissar. Simply put, the

  • By CP Thomas

    For everyone who invested in this business, it was heartening and a morale-booster to learn that sports sponsorship recorded a healthy growth of nearly 20 per cent to touch Rs