So when taxi unions go on strike, pulling a long face and complaining that the cab aggregrators are hampering their business, you laugh at the irony of it.
Gentlemen, beware the femme fatale: The silly lesson India's learning from the Indrani Mukerjea case
This story has stopped being about the murder of Sheena Bora long back
There's one good thing about All Is Well. If you have not dozed off or walked out during the film, give yourself a pat in the back.
If Viagra is from Mars, don't be fooled into thinking Addyi is from Venus. It's from another galaxy altogether.
Live updates of PM Modi's speech at Red Fort.
So, what exactly do you think is a 'dating apocalypse'?
Several of the RIP messages dedicated to Kalam were accompanied with anecdotes - some personal, some collected from others, some remembered from books and speeches.
The article begins like this: "I am standing in Rahul Yadav’s bedroom. No, this is not a dream."
So what is director Kabir Khan's secret?
On July 7, the Supreme Court had to ask the country to grow up and accept that a woman can take good care of a child all by herself.
It was fine till she was playing the battered Seeta. Her Geeta avatar on Twitter today, however, has dug her her into a hole.
Stupider than thou: The idiocy of trying to bully a Bangladesh newspaper for the Indian cricket team meme
Hell hath no fury, like a Indian cricket fan scorned and impossible to distract since there's no cricket match playing on TV.
If we can set aside cynicism for a bit, here's what the US judgment means to people outside the country.
For a generation that didn't live the turmoil, the Emergency figured in their lives as dinner-time anecdotes at times, as sarcastic analogies at others.
How has India taught you to respond to sexual violence?
St Stephen's sexual harassment case: Principal Thampu's 'defence' reveals a callous institution hiding behind Vishakha
The St Stephen's incident and Thampu's critique of the complainant makes it clear that instituting a committee to probe incidents of sexual harassment in an organisation is not enough
Don't lose heart, the T-Rex is back and it's going to remind you that the world has witnessed greater atrocities than your boss or vegetarian sushi.
Women as we know, hardly venture out of social media to complain against such harassers to the police. And there's a good reason why they don't.