articles by Adrija Bose

Sports

Abu Dhabi GP: Lewis Hamilton claims pole position ahead of title showdown against Nico Rosberg

Lewis Hamilton claimed pole for Sunday's title-showdown Abu Dhabi Grand Prix by outpacing his Mercedes team-mate Nico Rosberg in Saturday’s tense and dramatic qualifying at the Yas Marina circuit.

Economy

Don't blame Jayanthi Natarajan for all the green tape: Rahul Gandhi had a hand in it

When it comes to investments, it it not about just replacing a minister. The problem with our economy is policy paralysis.

India

Why didn't Hamid Ansari salute the flag on Republic Day? Because he didn't have to

"Why didn't Hamid Ansari salute the flag?" While the country celebrated its 66th republic Day, this was what was on the minds of the self-proclaimed defenders of patriotism.

Politics

The odd couple of J&K:Five key issues on which PDP-BJP don't see eye to eye

But, if the two parties do join hands to form the government in the state, they are going to be a very odd couple.

India

Live: 5 SIMI men who escaped jail responsible for Bengaluru blast?

A woman was killed and three others were injured in a blast triggered by an Improvised Explosive Device (IED) in front of a popular restaurant on a busy road in the heart of the city on Sunday night.

Life

Christmas for a cause: Be Secret Santa to someone who really needs the love

This Christmas, you can play Santa to a lot of people who really need that bearded man to shower them with some kindness.

Life

Phones to burgers: A list of things that were ONLY sold online this year

Earlier, we would only buy books and clothes online. But this year completely changed our idea of shopping online. There were things that you could book ONLY online.

India

Nobel Live: I am those 66 mn girls who are deprived of education, says Malala

Child rights activists India’s Kailash Satyarthi and Pakistan’s Malala Yousafzai, along with 11 others will receive this year’s Nobel Prizes today.

Sports

Phillip Hughes funeral live: 'We will miss you', tweets PM Narendra Modi

More than 5,000 mourners are expected at the service in Macksville, which has a population of less than 3,000 people. They will include many of the greats of Australian and world cricket.

Entertainment

Gauhar Khan slapped for wearing 'short dress': Why are the tweeting celebs staying mum?

Only a handful Bollywood celebrities reacted to the news and took to Twitter to express their anger.

World

New York vs Sydney: Which was the more kickass PM Modi love-fest?

Did the NRIs down under put their American relatives to shame? Let's check it out.

Life

PM Modi's Instagram debut a big yawn: What he can learn from Obama, Rousseff

After conquering Twitter and becoming the most influential Indian, and the fifth most-followed world leader, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on Instagram.

Life

Apart from amazing sex, the Perfect relationship meme is anything but perfect

The meme – in text or image form – is being shared across a number of social networks. You can find it all over Pinterest, on Facebook and on Twitter.

Life

Tim Cook declares he's gay: So how does India Inc treat its queer employees?

It's not easy to be 'out' as a homosexual at an Indian company.

Life

The big Snapdeal screw up: Man orders smartphone, gets bar of soap instead

According to a Facebook post by Laxminarayan Krishnamurthy, a resident of Borivali in Mumbai, the e-commerce site packed a bar of soap instead of the smartphone he had ordered.

India

Ugly Indian patriot: foreigner refuses to stand for national anthem; mob thrashes Indian friend

It's time we realise patriotism cannot be forced on you through such inane, superficial and empty gestures--like beating you up if you don't sing national anthem.

Politics

Comparing Maharashtra Elections to Game of Thrones: BJP as Lannisters, Sena as Baratheon

The Maharashtra election battle reminds us of HBO's Game of Thrones and the five major houses.

Politics

24x7 nightlife and more: The new hip Shiv Sena under Aditya Thackeray

As we put our hopes on a better nightlife in the city, here's a look at why Shiv Sena may turn hip under this young leader.

Life

Being the cool dad: Why fathers who do laundry make their daughters more ambitious

According to a University of British Columbia (UBC) study, a father who performs a greater share of 'traditionally female' household chores such as cooking and cleaning, his daughter is more likely to pursue to aspire to more gender-neutral careers.