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Monish Upadhyay

Mobile library services gets 15 more vans

The DPL was set up on October 27, 1951 by Unesco and the Centre to cultivate reading habit among ruralities.

07 Jul 2018 6:08 AM

Project Tabdeel gives hope to ragpickers

Similarly, the Sambhal community, which is adept in crochet skills, was taught to produce plastic yarn.

28 Jun 2018 5:31 AM

Japanese Manga eyes India comic book market

Foreign brands have approach Diamond Comics to work together.

27 Jun 2018 1:13 AM

Patients forced to live on road outside AIIMS

Another woman, hailing from Rajasthan, came to New Delhi to admit her husband in the AIIMS.

24 Jun 2018 6:21 AM

AAP revives demand for full statehood

Mr Bharadawaj said the demand is not only by AAP alone.

06 Jun 2018 5:21 AM


Street from the heart

Hailing from Purulia, a small village in West Bengal, Vicky Roy’s journey is an awe-inspiring story of grit and positivity.

22 Oct 2016 11:21 PM

Lyrics that linger on

Bringing together several musicians and singers from different walks of life, Friends of Linger is a band that likes to create music with a sense of joy, fun and purpose.

03 Oct 2016 11:09 PM

That’s rich!

A young and handsome business tycoon’s dubious route to riches.

27 Sep 2016 10:20 PM

If you ask a woman about her virginity, ask a man too, says Amitabh Bachchan

From being ‘Bollywood’s Angry Young man’ to a ‘global Grand Old Man’, Amitabh Bachchan has always left an impression in the minds of the audience and the critics with not just his choice of roles, but

17 Sep 2016 11:38 PM

Love without barriers

Bhaavna Arora, author of The Deliberate Sinner and Mistress of Honour, loves writing about sensitive subjects through strong female characters in her novels.

06 Sep 2016 10:30 PM


Criticism does not bother me much: Sonakshi Sinha

From essaying Chulbul Pandey’s wife Rajjo in Dabangg to curvaceous, salwar-kurta clad gaon-ki gori Paro in Rowdy Rathore, Sonakshi Sinha is set to re-invent herself as a fighter in her next Akira, an

31 Aug 2016 10:50 PM

Story behind the sleeves

Metallica’s recently released cover for their forthcoming album Hardwired To Self Destruct, featuring four meshed-together faces became a talking point with music lovers noticing that the cover artwo

26 Aug 2016 10:09 PM

Folk music is all about people and their emotions, says Antarman

Fusing age-old traditional folk tunes with new-age music trends, melodies and arrangements is what inspires Pooja Shankar, Rahul Mukherjee and Randeep Bhaskar, who make up Antarman.

22 Aug 2016 10:00 PM

A return to roots

Home is where the story begins, and for self-taught photographer Chetan Kumar returning back to his roots in Bihar marked a new beginning of his professional career.

20 Aug 2016 10:10 PM

Party songs are always in demand: Fazilpuria

Singer and rapper Fazilpuria talks about his award-winning party anthem chull, Haryanvi music giving competition to Punjabi folk, latest music trends in Bollywood, and more.

16 Aug 2016 10:55 PM


I need a change faster than anyone else: Akshay Kumar

From action to romance, the ‘Khiladi’ of Bollywood has done it all! He likes re-inventing himself as an actor with every project that he takes up.

10 Aug 2016 10:26 PM

Inked with wanderlust

From compass vectors to maps, travel-inspired tattoos are the new craze among wanderlust-ridden souls across the globe. A few of them share their tattoo tales...

10 Aug 2016 6:46 PM

Happy holidating

Looking for a quiet and peaceful holiday, away from obnoxious uncles, selfie-obsessed cousins and nosy aunts

07 Aug 2016 8:43 AM

New look of music

Shoestring budget notwithstanding, independent musicians are teaming up with experimental filmmakers to come up with interesting and innovative videos

29 Jul 2016 3:16 PM

In tune with Thalaiva

After specially curated Kabali menus, Kabali tour buses and flash mobs around the box office hit, here is a new entrant to the frenzy around superstar Rajinikanth — a track solely dedicated to the ‘Bo

27 Jul 2016 10:16 PM