Live podcasts will debut at a comic festival next week, while another property will introduce scheduled programming on YouTube. Some of Mumbai's most famous comics tell us why they are laughing into the digital world
Sanjay Garg talks shop about his new collections and striking a balance between the past and present
President Pranab Mukherjee, who is on a four day visit to China, said on Wednesday that the possibilities for closer cooperation between the two countries are limitless, adding that realising the full potential of the relationship is a shared responsibility.
The Jama Masjid in Vadodara has added another feather to its cap with the claim of having the biggest Quran in the world.
As a mark of ancient culture Isckon Mandir at Jahangirpura in Surat celebrates an event named of Nauka Vihar of Lord Damodar. In this event the idol of Lord Krishna and his consort Radha is taken to a water ride on River Tapi.
Italy’s Infrastructure Ministry has ordered a small town in the Lombardy Region to remove road signs asking those who won’t respect Christian traditions to leave.
Nairath Roy and Aarti Gaur’s award-winning idea marries the classic board game with player strategy
The Ekmans, creators of The Atlas of Emotions, on what it takes to make a scientific, secular map for His Holiness
Award-winning filmmaker Anand Gandhi is two months away from launching India’s first mega virtual reality lab. Want to take a tour?
The humid and hot temperature in Shimla's Himachal Pradesh is creating discomfort to locals and tourists.
With the tourist season on peak in the Kashmir Valley, visitors are seen enjoying the picturesque view.
Tibet Museum located in Himachal Pradesh’s Dharamshala city observed the 39th International Museum Day to portray the real situation prevalent in Tibet.
To offer a unique experience to the tourists flocking to the paradise city Kashmir, a houseboat-lookalike restaurant is being built on the banks of Jhelum river.
Today, on International Museum Day, a host of activities have been planned at Chhatrapati Shivaji Maharaj Vastu Sangrahalaya. The events have been designed keeping this year's theme, Museums and Cultural Landscape in mind. Start the day with a guided walk through Fort and listen to stories about its history
Disguising as an old 'roadside ustaad', Bollywood playback singer Sonu Nigam has featured in an online video, part of a social experiment seeking to capture the joyful effect of music on people's daily life.
Bollywood singer Sonu Nigam slipped into the garb of an aged street musician for a new video. And, believe it or not, Mumbaikars failed to recognise the singer singing on the streets!
Mintage World opens a window into a fascinating past where ancient coins, stamps and notes take centrestage
It's a church that draws people from across class and religion. Now, a film that captures Mt Mary, is headed to the LA festival
Two Britons and a Mexican have become the first foreigners to climb Mount Everest from the Nepal side, climbing officials said on Thursday, after disasters in 2014 and 2015 killed dozens and forced mountaineers off the world's tallest peak. Briton Kenton Cool, 42, Robert Richard Lucas, 47, both from Britain and David Liano Gonzalez, 36, of Mexico, reached the 8,850 metre (29,035 feet) summit at 8.24 a.m.
"Tum hi ho", "Hamari adhuri kahani" or "Aye khuda", the music of his films always has a lot of heart and soul. But filmmaker Mohit Suri says that people tend to forget that he was the one who began the trend in the country of remixing current songs