The word ‘azadi’ has gained firm ground in public discourse and has almost become a movement.
Speaking in the Lok Sabha on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi hit back at the Congress using quotes made by its own leaders in the past.
Anuradha Beniwal who posted a video requesting agitators in Haryana to pause and think before burning state property in demand for reservation.
The hashtag #RemoveMughalsFromBooks has been the top trend on the microblogging site.
He put himself on sale on the website!
Today she is not just another domestic help in the Capital. She is the face of a brand’s fashion collection.
Google doodle pays homage to well-known Bharatnatyam dancer and choreographer Rukmini Devi Arundale on her 112th birth anniversary.
Beniwal requests the Jat community in Haryanvi to stop the violence because it’s their own houses and their own country they are burning in flames.
Sanjay Dutt vs Suresh Prabhu — who’s got more eyeballs?
These videos will give you a sense of what JNU row is all about.
This could probably seen as an eye-opener.
Needless to say, there was many a raised eyebrow and wide-eyed reaction to the statement.
One can listen to the slogans he had raised and the ‘azadi’ (freedom) he had demanded.
Amul decided to honour the Pan Am flight attendant Neerja Bhanot by releasing a 1980s ad featuring Bhanot from her modelling days.
A couple of hours later, the error was corrected on Facebook.
The flash sale started today at 6am, but guess what — only a handful of people managed to buy the phone because of a ‘server error’.
Should Kejriwal be lambasted for merely sharing a cartoon?
Chetan Bhagat thinks that students who protested for a ‘terrorist’ are indeed ‘anti-nationals’.
It’s a tussle of the hashtags on microblogging site Twitter, as people stand divided between Valentine’s Day and Parents’ Worship Day.
PM Modi took to Twitter to greet Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani on his birthday. He wished President Ghani a “long life and exceptional health and a joyful journey ahead”.
Check it out. His stand might sound more reasonable.
The city’s name was officially changed to Mumbai in 1995 to distance itself from the colonial term – Bombay.
These five couples will show you, a red rose can leave you feeling quite blue.
The goat had many times raided into the garden of a judge’s bungalow.
Later, Ola contacted the artist and apologised to her, promising strict action against the driver.