- PM Modi flags off Mahamana Express from Varanasi, distributes aid to differently-abled persons
- Campus battlelines drawn, students reject decision to revoke suspension
- Speaking on personal life in India can land one in jail: Karan Johar
- Supreme Court orders probe into murder of BSP leader Raju Pal
- Delhi Police issues alert for missing car hired from Pathankot
Mohit Chauhan, the man with the dreamy voice, enchanted his audience as he took the stage on February 17 at Vishwakarma Institute of Technology. From fun-filled numbers like Masakali from Delhi 6 to soulful tracks like Jo bhi main from Rockstar, Chauhan wooed the crowd. He ended his act with a memorable performance of Sadda Haq, as students raised their fists in the air.
Pune-based Ruzbeh N Bharucha, author of the critically-acclaimed Fakir Trilogy, launched his new book, The Aum of All Things, at the recently-concluded World Book Fair in Delhi. The book is about "oneness" and is his personal take on spirituality narrated in the form of humorous anecdotes and innocent questions by his five-year-old daughter. His book, The Fakir, published in October 2007, topped the bestsellers list in December 2007, and was followed by an equally successful sequel, The Fakir: The Journey Continues... Both the books have been re-printed several times.
- We need to stop denying India’s not-so-hidden apartheid
- Pranab and Sushma visits reflect today’s tighter India-Israel bond
- Iran nuclear deal demonstrate the necessity and benefits of multilateralism
- Diary item: Bengal’s Burdwan break
- What if law not dictate but allows old customs and traditions to do their work?
- Strictly regulated and independently audited jallikattu is the way to go