Here we go again. In the UK they are rushing for the bus, the tube and the queue to join the Welcome Partners, organisers and sponsors for Indian Prime Minister Modi’s Wembley address.
Modi, as we all know by now, is the most PR-savvy PM India has known and certainly a blinding contrast, in this regard, to his far more reclusive predecessor who was usually a deer in the headlights when the flashbulbs went off.
Heard about this college in Chennai with it’s cuckoo list of don’t dos for girls?
While a bureaucrat falling into a manhole in Delhi made headlines what about the common man?
When Prime Minister Narendra Modi took to television to issue an appeal for peace in Gujarat what was curious about his background were the two images that were present.
This Friday, we see the release of Brothers, in which Akshay Kumar and Siddharth Malhotra will be punching the lights out of each other with the hope of winning audiences' hearts.
Shivraj Singh Chouhan's appearance at Aaj Tak journalist Akshay Singh's residence in Delhi to pay his respects to the journalist was indeed long overdue.
Why, in god's name, would I (or maybe you) want to buy a car - even a roomy seven-seater - called Lodgy?
As far as the Congress is concerned, its refusal to divulge Rahul’s whereabouts is baffling and disappointing.
So you need to take off work to watch the World Cup semis between India and Australia? Here's five innovative excuses you could try.
Rahul's pictures have only added to the completely mystifying hysteria over where the Congress vice president has gone, prompting of all things, a police hunt in Uttarakhand.
Congress vice president Rahul Gandhi has asked for and received a leave of absence to 'ponder on recent events and reflect on the future of the Congress party
Rakesh Jhunjhunwala has the last laugh as SpiceJet investment gives a 33% return
Forget Fifty Shades of Grey. Pick up your favourite old Bollywood romance and chances are, you'll discover it's got more kink than you realised and it's one hundred shades of awesome.
Pahlaj Nihalani, the new Censor board chief is nursing delusions of being the Dada Phalke of today’s Indian cinema. But somebody should quickly remind him of what he once was: a poor clone of Dada Kondke,
After the Delhi election results, here are the songs BJP, AAP and Congress should sing in retrospection.
When it comes to Valentine's Day activities, it's not at all funny how right-wing groups go around harassing couples. But here are some methods to avoid them.
It came as no surprise given that the national broadcaster Doordarshan had gone all out for this Republic Day.
He has obviously been inspired by Ranveer Singh’s roles in Band Baaja Baarat and Goliyon ki Raasleela: Ram-Leela. Why would I feel kindly towards an airline mascot who is busy playing games (or watching porn) on his smartphone, instead of paying attention to the traveller (ie me)?
It's all about writer Mandy Len Catron’s reenactment of psychologist Arthur Aron’s experiment in making two strangers fall in love in a laboratory.