Actor John Abraham in his apartment complex in Mumbai yesterday


 The entire Kapoor khandaan came together to condole the death of Kareena and Karisma’s maternal grandmother at Bandra in Mumbai on Wednesday.


 When you sign up for a Sunny Leone film, there are expectations of a certain kind. For such a singleminded audience, Sunny delivers with foamy swipes across her body in slowmo and...

‘We announced it first; will stick to our date’

 Says Rakesh Roshan as Bollywood gears up for a Republic Day clash between Hrithik and Shah Rukh Khan


 The trailer of this film suggests that it aspires to be a nail-biter. It’s one of those where everyone is constantly on the move, chronological time stamps keep you updated

Aamir in Wathoda; digs for four hours

 The actor took his water conservation initiative to drought-hit Amravati

Protests prompt probe into children’s deaths

 Div commissioner asks authorities to use public announcement system to alert people

One city student makes it to national merit list

 Marking an exception to the general annual academic trend, Pune has this year faced a slight setback in the nationwide results of the Indian Certificate of Secondary Education

Beef from out of Maha not a crime, rules HC

 Court upholds ban on bull slaughter, but decriminalises possession of cow meat if the animals were killed outside the state; traders, restaurant-owners rejoice

Modi’s running a one-man presidential govt: Shourie

 The union minister during Vajpayee’s tenure says the direction of the govenment under Narendra Modi’s supervision “is not good for India”

Sonia leads march against Modi govt, courts arrest

 A combative Sonia Gandhi on Friday hit the streets and courted arrest near Parliament as she got her party to rally behind her at Jantar Mantar.

ISI poisoned CIA’s top spy in Pakistan after Osama raid?

 Mark Kelton, who oversaw US op to kill al-Qaeda chief in 2011, was removed from Islamabad two months later due to heath concerns

Rains, gale hit AP, Telangana and isolated pockets across country

 Heavy rains and gusty winds lashed several parts of Telangana, Andhra Pradesh and isolated pockets across the country on Friday

It can all change quickly

 Ahead of their clash, Bangalore and Pune should remember the story of Mumbai Indians’s spectacular comeback in 2015

Working towards mission Rio: Sindhu

 Control is the one word that drives any sportsperson — be it their strokes, their movement and even the emotional response to a point lost or won.

Zak still DD’s tonic

 Daredevils hope their inspirational skipper returns for today’s clash against Kings XI

Aging Afridi no longer fit for top-level cricket: Qadir

 Abdul Qadir has advised flamboyant Pakistan allrounder Shahid Afridi to say goodbye to cricket and slammed Umar Akmal, saying he lost his place in the national team because of his...

Is the bystander effect real?

 How can we avoid a collective paralysis when faced with gruesome crimes?

Is Aishwarya’s beauty an asset or a handicap?

 Given the aggressively market-driven times we occupy, in which everything and everyone is coolly described as a ‘product’ and sold equally dispassionately

Where men fear to tread

 Bloody-minded women have laid siege to even our gods, what are mere mortals to do

The truth about cats and dogs

 My friend has a dog named Zazu, who once tried to eat my computer. I never knew Zazu’s surname until Facebook started featuring him as Zazu Mukherjee

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