After the fall of Nawaz Sharif; the game of dynastic politics continues in Pakistan

The modus operandi of hereditary political dynasties in Pakistan differ from India’s in their manner of control.

Melbourne-based Malayali artist holds exhibition in Australia.

The exhibition, Pride of Australia, showcased the legends, who played important roles in shaping the history of Australia, on a canvas spanning 50 feet.

New challenges in SAARC as India slams Pak intransigence

A few days before he was forced to resign by Pakistan’s Supreme Court, in the face of corruption charges, Pakistan PM Nawaz Sharif was busy visiting the Maldives.

Breaking the mould

A Visakhapatnam-based sculptor’s works of female heads and busts showcasing his varied imagination are on display in South India for the first time.

G Ravinder Reddy with his 13-and-a-half feet tall female head sculpture | Vinod Kumar T

Shirdi Sai baba: In the fakir’s footsteps

A series of events have begun from Shirdi to the world over to mark the 100th year of the saint taking samadhi.

Ratna Pathak Shah in the film

Lipstick under my Burkha: The bold and  the beautiful

The four actresses and director talk about how the film explores women’s desires and their liberation.

The Dragon’s thunder and lightning across the border signifies nothing

A greements in foreign policy often have a gestation period before the covert becomes overt and ramifications start unravelling.

New act fails to save disabled workers from getting fired

Srikanth Bolla, CEO and founder of Bollant Industries and first international blind student at Massachusetts Institute of Technology, had once said: