Newsmakers


  • Feb
    05

    Think SUV think Jeep. This has been the mantra for a large chunk of Indian auto enthusiasts over the decades and the excitement hardly seems to ebb

  • Jan
    29

    History repeated itself on India’s 67th Republic Day as a 76-member French army contingent led by a French military band comprising 48 musicians marched on Rajpath amidst loud cheers.
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  • Jan
    22

    There has been outrage all around following the suicide of Rohith Vemula the PhD scholar at the University of Hyderabad. While political parties are busy scoring brownie points

  • Jan
    15

    Mehbooba Mufti Sayeed is a much under-rated politician in her state. Not entirely unnatural if your father happens to be Mufti Mohammed Sayeed the sprawling banyan tree

  • Jan
    08

    “Dear Pranav, keep up the hard work and enjoy the game”— Sachin Tendulkar’s note on the signed bat he gifted to cricket’s new wonderkid Pranav Dhanawade on Thursday.

    There couldn’t

  • Jan
    01

    The pathway to change in India has always been paved by judicial activism. While the legislature and the executive can sometimes be seen to be potentially partisan the

  • Dec
    25

    During his playing days, Kirti Azad carved out a name for himself as a hard-hitting right-hand batsman and a more than handy nippy off-spinner. It has been 21 years

  • Dec
    18

    The logic of politics, as of companies, is this: if you are the face of the government or the organisation, you have to take the flak, just easily as you