The Sumit Nagal fracas proves it's a rocky road ahead to regain India's lost Davis Cup glory
The onus to adopt maturity not only rests on the 19-year-old, but also on the All India Tennis Association.
A computer-generated actor who is as good as the real thing? Don’t be surprised
The digital resurrection of a dead actor in the movie ‘Rogue One’ is a sign of things to come.
From Bengaluru to Silchar: Women across India join ‘I Will Go Out’ marches
Women gathered in 30 cities to reclaim their right to safe public spaces.
In a tribal hamlet in ‘open defecation free’ Kerala, toilets are being used as goat sheds
Crippling water shortage in Kerala’s tribal block has rendered toilets useless, even though there is one in each house.
Watch: Despite threats, Afghanistan’s first all-girl orchestra showcases music of courage at Davos
Zohra put women's rights centre stage at the 47th annual World Economic Forum meeting.
Because of demonetisation, the Reserve Bank has lost a good deal of its biggest asset – credibility
Governor Urjit Patel has the professional qualifications, but he seems to have lacked the competence of Raghuram Rajan to ward off political pressure.
Everything in ‘Rangoon’ is grand and majestic, says the period romance’s cinematographer
Red-hot talent Pankaj Kumar talks about the gruelling shooting process of the February 24 release and working with director Vishal Bhardwaj.
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‘Super callous racist fascist extra braggadocious’: Desi voices from Washington's Women's March
An estimated 500,000 women, including several of South Asian origin, gathered to march against Trump’s rhetoric against immigrants and women.