Ajinkya Rahane's alacrity in trying to pacify Ishant Sharma during the fast bowler's clash with Matt Renshaw at Ranchi was commendable
No matter how many elections and fans the right wing wins, it will remain unhappy and whine about those who hold different beliefs
Why we totally admired and adored this rare combination of a charismatic star, and a robust comedian on screen, back in the '90s
The Opposition has disrupted two weeks of proceedings in the state legislature over their demand for a loan waiver, citing the assurance to UP farmers
Family-run community eateries need Gen-Next to insure their survival and ensure it stays relevant in today's competitive times
It hasn't been the best of times for Indian Muslims and now, in the age of Modi and Yogi, things aren't likely to improve
When I was in London over February and March, I caught up with an old friend from St Xavier's College, Frank Rodrigues, and his wife Deirdre King....
For years, when we spoke about gender and conditioning, the most common things to analyse were the covers and images in women's magazines
What were venues staging Navroze naataks in Bombay like in Parsi theatre's glory years?
Globally, we are seeing a wave against intellectuals, those whose rationality overthrew the priests of yore, who saw the world through a...