Articles by Sarakshi Rai
Jan 20, 2016
Have either Kabir Bedi or Pooja heard of this magical thing called a phone?Pooja Bedi drew interesting parallels on Twitter likening her father's newest wife to an ‘evil stepmother’ and a 'wicked witch' airing her dirty laundry in public.
Jan 18, 2016
Watch: Google's 'India in a day' video will give you all kinds of patriotic vibes ahead of Republic DayThe video— shot and filmed by Indians, will give you all kinds of patriotic vibes ahead of Republic Day.
Jan 13, 2016
Goodbye 'God Save the Queen'? UK debates new England anthemWill England bid goodbye to "God Save the Queen"?
Jan 08, 2016
The hijab goes haute: Dolce and Gabbana launches new line of abayas but is that enough?Just like the cash-strapped couturiers of the 1970's tweaked their collection to adhere to Muslims for petrodollars, fashion houses are now doing the exact same.
Dec 14, 2015
Here's why women registering to vote in Saudi Arabia for the first time is a big dealWomen registered to vote for the first time ever in Saudi Arabia on Thursday, ahead of the nationwide local elections. Though women's rights activists have hailed the move as progress — they say there is still a long way to go before women have equal rights to men in the kingdom.
Dec 04, 2015
Watch: 'Game of Thrones' season 6 teaser is all about the dead, hints at a Jon Snow returnThe best part however— Jon Snow is not dead! And we have proof.
Nov 24, 2015
From mid-match retirements to sheer ruthlessness: The fascinating metamorphosis of DjokovicDjokovic was known in the past for quitting matches mid-way due to ailments, including multiple withdrawals from Grand Slam matches.
Nov 17, 2015
The Paris attacks shows us the selective outrage of the western worldWith Paris in mind, Lebanese users across Twitter and Facebook are wondering why their disaster didn't receive the same treatment.
Nov 03, 2015
Still smiling and uncomplaining: Glimpse of life in Nepal after India's 'unofficial blockade'India's 'undeclared' oil blockade has continued to cripple Nepal for over a month and forcing Kathmandu has been forced to ration fuel after India blocked supplies
Oct 27, 2015
We don't come to war, we come to play: Young Pakistani cricketers playing in India speak upIndia was hosting the campus cricket world finals for the first time in Dehradun at the Abhimanyu Cricket Academy.