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Jan 27, 2019
Novak Djokovic brushes aside Rafael Nadal in men's final to claim record-setting seventh seventh Australian Open titleWith a straight-sets demolition of Rafael Nadal on Sunday, Novak Djokovic edged past Roger Federer and Roy Emerson, who both won six Australian Open men's singles titles.
Aug 19, 2018
Writer-musician Amit Chaudhuri forays into art-making with 'The Sweet Shop Owners of Calcutta'Amit Chaudhuri made his debut as a non-artist artist, with his solo exhibition, The Sweet Shop Owners of Calcutta and Other Ideas, further extending the borders of his comfort zone
Aug 15, 2018
From Hawa Mahal to Kangra Valley: Photos from Chennai's private collections explore India's pastThe story of a nation as old and diverse as India is perhaps best told through its monuments, landscapes, and people.
Jun 24, 2018
Microsoft launches an AI-powered 'visual search' feature on Bing, similar to Google LensMicrosoft's Bing will allow its user to search, shop and learn more about their world through the photos they take.
Feb 02, 2018
Representational images: A look at the 'best' pictures of this sort that Indian publications use and reuseAs believers in an intelligent media, we have gone through a bajillion stories to find the very peaks of editorial intelligence in Indian media.
May 10, 2017
Facebook has found a new way that is nine-times faster in language translation than current systemsFacebook says its researchers have found a new way to use artificial intelligence to translate material on its social network faster and more accurately.
Apr 28, 2017
New face of Kashmir's protests: The Valley's girlsYoung women of Kashmir Valley have become the new face of protests. Here's a photo-essay by Faisal Khan.
Apr 17, 2017
Kashmir's burning schools: In picturesThe burning of Kashmir's schools began in 2016, a few months after armed forces hunted down and killed Burhan Wani
Mar 16, 2017
WhatsApp and Telegram security flaw: Here's how hackers make malicious images and take controlCheck Point, an Israel-based cyber security company disclosed a serious flaw in popular messaging apps like WhatsApp and Telegram that could allow hackers to take over their accounts.
Feb 03, 2017
'Marcello Gandini: Maestro of Design' by Gautam Sen wins book of the year awardReceived the award at the 32nd Festival Automobile International in Paris