Boston, April 23 (IANS/RIA Novosti) Echoes of Chechnya are everywhere at this small suburban Boston homestead.
Kolkata, April 23: Discussions and debates in quaint Chinese tea houses over simmering cups of green tea in the snaking lanes of Kolkata’s Chinatown may soon be a reality.
Extreme smelliness is the next big thing in movies.
A scientist has invented angle-changing glasses for people suffering from a terrifying modern disease: terminal laziness.
New Delhi, April 7: Four sisters, in their 20s, were injured when two men on a motorcycle sprayed acid on them with a pichkari or spray gun in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli district on April 2.
I was watching the international TV news the other day when I realized something huge was missing: there was no mention of the Eastern half of the world, home of 60 percent of the world’s population.
New Delhi, April 4: Puppet theatre as creative entertainment has become integral to contemporary performances in the last few years drawing new legions of viewers to its fold in redefining an ancient art form – believed to have originated in India – to address new cultural needs.
Madhusree Chatterjee New Delhi, April 3: Erotica as a genre of literature is still the flavour after the success of “50 Shades of Gray”, an erotic novel by British author E.L.
New Delhi, April 2: The magic of a story told in 2,000 words in returning to the bookshelf in this age of reality television, Internet and short attention spans.