Novak Djokovic: From imitating opponents to decimating them

By Suyash Srivastava | Last Updated: Tuesday, September 15, 2015 - 19:52

Before he started making life miserable for world-class opponents, Novak Djokovic was known for his on-field imitations of tennis legends. From Rafael Nadal to Roger Federer, from Andy Roddick to Lleyton Hewitt, Djokovic was often seen entertaining the crowd with his sharp observations. Even Maria Sharapova was not spared.

Why it is time to stop addressing Northeastern states as Northeastern states

By Miscellaneous | Last Updated: Tuesday, September 8, 2015 - 15:40

Anindita Das

How often have we heard people from South India complain that they are tired of being referred to as Madrasis or for that matter as Mallus? Apart from really annoying our friends down South, what does this really mean?

School on wheels!

By Dhriti Sharma | Last Updated: Friday, September 4, 2015 - 20:05

Better known as the metropolitan city, Gurgaon is flourishing fast and is undoubtedly becoming beautiful day-by-day. The grand opportunities, best of clothing, lavish eating and leisure make the city twinkle with warmth and desires.

Self-pride reduced to Ashes, Michael Clarke's time was up

By Suyash Srivastava | Last Updated: Thursday, August 27, 2015 - 17:50

Cricket is a fickle game. Michael Clarke, who was holding Australia's fifth World Cup trophy few months ago, was fighting tears post the fourth Ashes Test. While the pain of being humiliated in an Ashes series could have been the reason behind his pain, Pup became emotional as he had let his fans down and had to bid farewell to his beloved sport.

The heights of fa(t)shion!

By Udita Madan | Last Updated: Friday, August 21, 2015 - 15:31

How do people even define the term 'fat'? Think about it. There are actually various versions of fat and all of them mixed up!  

I Agree!

By Shobhika Puri | Last Updated: Monday, August 10, 2015 - 14:21

In spite of being an ardent admirer of companies like Google, I have critiqued Google’s privacy policy and terms of service in the past. There have been many like me who have raised concerns about the power such companies hold over us with our data in their hands; yet, these companies continue to flourish and earn goodwill.

Yakub Memon’s hanging: Here's why Shashi​ Tharoor’s ‘state-sponsored killing’ comment is off the mark

By Manisha Singh | Last Updated: Monday, August 3, 2015 - 21:49

It was not surprising that in a democratic country like India, opinions were divided on whether Yakub Memon should have been hanged for his complicity and his active participation in the 1993 Mumbai blasts which killed 257 people or whether he should have been allowed to serve life sentence in prison.

Another summer of decisive deal making at Old Trafford

By Dattaraj Thaly | Last Updated: Saturday, August 1, 2015 - 11:42

Under Louis van Gaal, Manchester United are ready to reap rich dividends after a summer of decisive deal making.