Wayne Rooney is a Manchester United legend no doubt, but is he among their greatest ever players?
The club's new all-time leading goal-scorer has been dividing opinion ever since he signed on as an 18-year-old in 2004.
When the blind ‘see’: how movies deal with visual impairment
Kamal Haasan plays a violin and gets the girl in ‘Raja Paarvai’; Sanjeev Kumar commits murder in ‘Qatl’; Hrithik Roshan plots revenge in ‘Kaabil’.
Act of protest
'I am a nasty woman': Watch actor Ashley Judd recite beat-poem-cum-political-rap at anti-Trump march
'Yeah, I'm a nasty woman – a loud, vulgar, proud woman.'
Not just Tamil pride: Jallikattu supporters are hitting back at Centre's cultural imperialism
If the sport was a mere ritual of a particular caste in southern Tamil Nadu, what would explain protests by Tamils in Jaffna, Sri Lanka, and diaspora in London?
Soundtrack review: ‘Raees’ doesn’t let its songs come in the way of the dialogue
Composer Ram Sampath’s middling tunes a backseat to the movie’s subject matter.
In the land of bhangra, a town is keeping alive Punjab’s lost classical music gharanas
Bhaini Sahib is an oasis of art music in a state now known more for its rambunctious beats.
England in India
In Kedar Jadhav and Hardik Pandya, India’s search for ODI finishers has ended. Period.
Together, they have sorted out India’s problems at Nos 6 and 7, a key marker in the road to 2019.
refugees in india
A Yemeni student’s plea against deportation puts the focus on the lack of refugee rights in India
Notwithstanding India’s obligations towards international conventions, the Constitution extends the right to life to non-citizens too, says petitioner's lawyer.