Hemani Bhandari is a Sub- Editor. An alumnus of Asian College of Journalism (Chennai), she writes on current affairs.
A pub crawl across CyberHub was launched by the Gurugram Police to spread awareness on drinking responsibly and road safety.
Delhi Police have been tracking these and a rising number of other complaints from people of the Northeast who say they are targeted by staff of various bus service operators at the ISBT.
Farah Khan said ban on films staring Pakistani actors would be unfair as the films were made when it was not illegal to make films with Pakistani artists.
Roadside to autopsy table, hearse to last rites, it's such a long journey for an unclaimed corpse -- and that too, with some unlikely companions
Many tend to see the unorganised workforce as 'others'. Consequently, they tend to feel they belong there.
Sushant Rohilla wrote an email to the chairman of his college begging for mercy.
The government is yet to keep a promise that it made two years ago, during its short-lived first stint in power.
Radhika Gupta claimed she was forced to resign from the company after she asked the company to allow her maternity leave.
Radhika Gupta claimed that her company has asked her to resign after she asked them to allow her maternity leave.
Well, if not for curiosity, Nougat might remain known only to a few. Only the sweet though!
It’s not just the allowance, but the quality of the cloth that’s officially allotted that has riled the ranks.
Social media is rightly outraged at the selfie. Many are, in fact, are demanding the resignation of the two women, given these are 'responsible' posts.
Javed Ahmed Tak was disabled by a militant's bullet to his spine, but 19 years later, he has turned around his life to work for the betterment of the Kashmir Valley by educating other disabled kids like him.
Pranita's father says his daughter was a “sensible girl” and would “never do anything reckless like taking a selfie while standing on a rock”.
"There has been a campaign of abuse in last one week and it has been extremely personal," says Sardesai.
They have not let their physical disabilities steer their life's course.
In the Capital at the launch of ‘The Crescent Moon’ and ‘The Gardener’, Gulzar spoke about his admiration of Tagore and the process of translating the legend.
After NASA, now Oxford also clarifies she might not have been awarded admission after all.
NASA has no record of any student named Sataparna Mukherjee being granted an internship.
Parmar is a professional photographer based in Bengaluru.
The group raised Rs 1.7 crore for the cause.
The question that changed the life of a sex worker's son.
One of the mysteries here is how Sabrina Hotel came to be associated with the bill, when Kumar himself does not remember the restaurant's name.
An apparels brand, is breaking stereotypes in the glam world and making way for a bigger change.
It may be officially winter, but it feels more like spring in Ahmedabad as the floral world of colours seems to have overturned onto the sky as kites.