Ira Mukhoty on her book Akbar, and why the Mughal monarch remains, 'despite the current climate, a beloved figure'
In Akbar: The Great Mughal, writer Ira Mukhoty demystifies the 16th century ruler and sheds light on why he continues to hold sway on the culture and society of the subcontinent.
Airtel Delhi Half Marathon 2019: L Suriya among elite Indian runners eyeing bonus prize, hope to improve timings
The Indian elite athletes in the 15th edition of the Airtel Delhi Half Marathon will be hoping to improve their timings in the event, with the bonus cash prizes on offer an incentive for them to train even harder.
83 is based on India's iconic win in the Cricket World Cup in the year 1983 with Ranveer SIngh playing the role of former Indian skipper Kapil Dev.
Ranveer Singh was snapped at The North London derby clash between Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
In 83, Boman Irani will play of former opening batsman and wicket-keeper, Farokh Engineer, who was one of the commentators at the 1983 World Cup
Pankaj Tripathi on reprising Guruji in Sacred Games 2: He has a crucial role to play in unravelling the mystery
Pankaj Tripathi talks about the intrigue around his role of Guruji, and how he prepared for arguably his toughest role yet, in Sacred Games Season 2.
Pankaj Tripathi on filming experience of '83 and the challenges in preparing for his role as Man Singh
"We practiced there (Dharamshala) and we got along very well with the cast and crew. This film will be a big entertaining spectacle," Pankaj Tripathi said.
Ranveer Singh's forthcoming film '83 is scheduled to release on April 10 next year.
The rivalry and conflict between Rajputs and Mughals, between Maharana Pratap and Emperor Akbar was not as tempestuous and bitter as it is made out to be today.
Sreeshankar Murali bettered the earlier national record of 8.19m which was in the name of Ankit Sharma made in Almaty in 2016. He came up with 8.20m in his fifth and penultimate jump.
India finished the ISSF Shotgun World Cup on third position even as the skeet shooters endured a shoot-off heartbreak in the men's event in Acapulco, Mexico.
Ankur Mittal, who had settled for a silver at the recent World Cup in New Delhi, ended with 75 points out of 80 in the final to win India's first medal at Acapulco.
Rewriting history to suit Hindutva: The Vasundhara Raje govt is insulting the legacy of Maharana Pratap
In a state obsessed with royalty and titles, the royalty is obsessed with its history. So much so that the line that exists between facts, fiction, superstition and tea-stall talk often gets blurred, leading to some really interesting insights into history.