Author Aruna Nambiar speaks to Devapriya Sanyal about her third novel, The Weird Women’s Club, the female gaze, and what makes her characters relatable
In order to prevent fire and explosion in mines, suitable measures have to be taken to reduce dust so that they do not get in contact with oxygen.
They will put it on display boards, take finger prints and photographs, he stated.
Minutes into the conversation, Pratheep Kaliraja makes a point that speaks volumes about his approach to his profession.
Actor Tanya Ravichandran talks about her latest release, Nenjuku Needhi, returning to Tamil cinema after a break, her vision for the future, and more
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Actor Shruti Hassan says she no longer feels the need to fit into people’s expectations of her
According to Variety, the Saudi Arabian censors didn't issue the distribution certificate to the Benedict Cumberbatch-led superhero movie due to the presence of a gay character.
Bestselling author Amish Tripathi turns television anchor with the new documentary series Legends of the Ramayana with Amish.
Her estranged husband had said that "she has lost her chastity" since she works with the men in the office and wears T-shirts and jeans.
A new personality characteristic that amalgamates polar opposite traits—empathy and darkness—is being considered dangerous. This could be you.
Bollywood actor and OTT star Amit Sadh on completing 20 years in showbiz and why the world needs people who teach empathy
She says unless new generation of actresses question 'stereotype' and demand to change the image of women in cinema, the shift will not happen.
Actor-filmmaker Lin Manuel-Miranda wrote musicals fearing his ethnicity would prevent him from getting into the industry.
Architects and urban planners elaborate on how Hyderabad's new infrastructure is diluting the city’s character
Twitter said the new limit, a major shift for the messaging platform known for its 140-character tweets, aims to address 'a major cause of frustration' for many users.
Twitter today morning announced the expansion of word limits to 280 on tweets and world is already having mixed reviews on the social media giant's move.
She told the court she participated in the attack, because she feared the internet character Slender Man -- a villain featured on a horror website -- would otherwise hurt her and her family.