There is a growing realisation around the world that the COVID virus cannot be eradicated. It is here to stay, and we will have to learn to live, or die, with it.
What does an archetypical Indian athlete represent in modern India? What explains the sense of entitlement of some of our elite sportspersons and their deafening silence on issues of society and misgovernance? As another National Sports Day passes by, it is worth remembering that at its core, sport stands for courage, conviction, and fairness.
Article withdrawn: Filmmaker Anand Kumar says he was planning to cast Sushant Singh Rajput in Bhaichung Bhutia biopic
Filmmaker Anand Kumar said he wanted to start rolling in some months after receiving Sushant Singh Rajput's final nod
Sushant Singh Rajput passes away: Deepika Padukone urges people to 'reach out' when depressed, says 'you are not alone'
Deepika Padukone's post comes within hours of the sudden demise of Sushant Singh Rajput, who allegedly died by suicide
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Taika Waititi confirmed to direct new Star Wars film: Looking at Hollywood's comedy disruptors who chose to reinvent their roots
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Kajol's recent statements on feminism and patriarchy are a stark contrast to the ethos of her short film, Devi
Kajol's statements in light of Devi are a clear reflection of the widespread ignorance that often plague A-list actresses in the business
With Sandeep Aur Pinky Faraar, Bunty Aur Babli 2, Shamshera, Prithviraj, YRF sets a diverse slate for 50th year
As YRF enters into its 50th year, here is looking at how they can make a difference through their upcoming films in 2020.
Five-Test series against Australia provides mouthwatering television prospects, but poses tricky questions to India
India need to be wary of not just the Australia series but the one following that, against England in January-February 2021 which is a five-Test one. Would key players be fit and hungry to battle it out in 10 Tests against tough opponents within a space of four months?
Timing it right: Why Sourav Ganguly-led BCCI needs to relook starting time of multi-day matches in India
Even as the world body conveniently steered clear of the nitty-gritty of hours of play, its primary money-spinning member, BCCI, needs to pay attention to starting time for the longer format of the game.
Tokyo Olympics 2020: Indian women's hockey team's qualification is a reward for their grit and all-round progress
India’s 6-5 victory on aggregate came after tense moments, where India saw off desperate US attacks.
With Saand Ki Aankh and Bala, young Bollywood stars are shrugging off their image-consciousness to 'look the part'
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Hrithik’s been written off before, but he’s somehow always beaten the odds and forced his way back into the reckoning.
Ultimately, Joker not enough of anything to have a strong reaction to.
Coldd Lassi and Chicken Masala review: Divyanka Tripathi, Rajeev Khandelwal ham through this romantic drama
Production design and cinematography aside, none of the departments seem to have stepped up enough in Coldd Lassi and Chicken Masala.
Beecham House review: Gurinder Chadha's period drama falls prey to a white man's gaze of colonial India
Beecham House, Gurinder Chadha's exalted retelling of the famous Downtown Abbey, falls short of its promise of being a narrative which depicts British India from the point of view of the colonised
Super 30: Recounting films where Hrithik Roshan has changed his look, from Koi Mil Gaya to Guzaarish
Hrithik Roshan has experimented with his appearance throughout his career; while some have worked — like Koi Mill Gaya, others have tanked without a trace, like Kaabil
Avengers: Endgame provided the perfect medium for fans worldwide to bond over their shared loss
It needed Supreme Court’s amicus curiae PS Narasimha to help the CoA to make a sound, practical decision to lift the suspension imposed on Hardik Pandya and KL Rahul. Finally, common sense has prevailed.
Asian Games 2018: AIFF's misunderstanding of sports ministry directive prime reason behind their angst against IOA
The IOA has not stated specific reasons for not clearing the football team to compete in the upcoming Asian Games but their decision clearly traces its roots to a government letter that suggests the Games are not meant to be exposure trips.