Spelling an end to moral policing, top cops have decided to no longer use the draconian Section 110 under the Bombay Police Act
To the current Australian and New Zealand cricket teams, tomorrow, November 27, 2015, will be remembered as a special day in their careers — the day the lights came on in Test cricket
For someone who has lived through many a Delhi winter, and attended many a Delhi winter summit/wedding/cultural soiree/farmhouse party, the fact that the Arun Jaitley family wedding will follow on the heels of a well known newspaper’s leadership summit, gives rise to much idle speculation
Aamir Khan speaking out on what he thinks is the growing tolerance in India has led to heated debates outside and even within the Bollywood industry
Of all the things that the end of the year means to all of us, to the diehard tennis fan it means being bereft and lonely for a month and a half
The New York resident who ran the London Marathon while menstruating, writes on why she’s #HappyToBleed
Each time we meet Yes Bank’s Chairman Rana Kapoor, after giving us a ten-tonne bone-crunching handshake, he reminds us of a random conversation we had in the lobby of the Taj in the run-up to the last general election where he had correctly predicted the ascension of Narendra Modi as PM of India
"It's perhaps the toughest thing I’ve ever done. I'm not a 'writer' in that sense," says our friend, Barkha Dutt, who by any standards has done some pretty tough things in her life
What's with Prime Minister Narendra Modi? In the past two weeks, in various speeches, he has raised the standard of combating terrorism
There are several lessons we can learn from Sunday’s accident on the Pune-Satara Highway, in which two luxury buses collided head-on, killing one and injuring 45
Actually, nobody quite knows the answer to that question. And presumptions have led to riots, misplaced priorities and disaffection of millions
History will be made on Friday when the Adelaide Oval in Australia hosts the first ever day/night cricket Test against New Zealand
The BJP government has realised, in a year of governance, that the bureaucracy can make or destroy its fate
By the time you read this, the 400th anniversary celebrations for the Church of St Andrew would have been flagged off on the grounds of this historic church in Bandra
This takes our breath away. Sources say that Peter Mukerjea was his cheerful jolly self and the picture of equanimity, when they met him over drinks in Goa recently
People should leave Pahlaj Nihalani alone. I have not felt as relaxed and calm in a very long time, as I did when I saw the video Mr Nihalani has produced to praise Narendra Modi.
Hulk. Smash! Big Hulk smash. Smash y It is always a pleasure to return to Sri Lanka. I was attending the second International Film Festival Colombo, that was held from November 6-11.
The elections in Bihar remind us no matter what the liberal elite and media intellectuals may think India/Bharat wants, the electorate has something else in mind.
This has been a strange week. Many incidents have involved Indo-foreign relations. Some hilarious and some horrific.
I hear a coppersmith barbet emitting its metallic call, even as a jet black koel flies across my window. All this, while I'm frantically trying to concentrate on the work at hand.