They are the brave, bold Indian millenials! They come from privileged backgrounds but discretion is not a part of their vocabulary.
Deepa Malik won a silver in the shot-put event in Rio Paralympics 2016, becoming the first Indian para-athlete woman to win a medal in the games.
The Indian Paralympian contingent has done the country proud. But for many Indian para-athletes, following their passion is synonymous with a fight against indifference, disrespect, lack of support and inhumane insensitivity.
Big studio houses of Bollywood are staring at a grim picture and a dark future. Every project they touch seems to be ending up as a big dud. Worse still, everyone but the studio is making money!
You could say 1997 left us several impressions.
Even in their success, Pusarla Venkata Sindhu and Sakshi Malik have done a disservice to Indian sport.
In the depths of the rainforest, was this ordinary bean that Saint Baba Budan planted in the 17th century in Chikmagalur district in Karnataka.