Every ordinary person has something special: Ranbir Kapoor
Every ordinary person has something special: Ranbir Kapoor

Ranbir Kapoor essays the role of a man who loses himself by living as per social conventions in Imtiaz Ali’s ‘Tamasha’.

DNA: Things you should actually be intolerant about in India

We have covered those things that you should actually care about when it comes to intolerance.

DNA: Analysis of rising pulse prices adding to common man's woes

Production of pulses slipped down by 12% in 2014-15 compared to the previous year. As a result, prices of this essential item have zoomed up by more than 100% across the country. Watch the analysis of how dal prices have doubled in this segment of DNA.

Creating fear is not good for society: Mahesh Bhatt
Creating fear is not good for society: Mahesh Bhatt

 Filmmaker Mahesh Bhatt, who has often spoken out on issues of national importance quite in contrast to others in the film and entertainment industry who choose to remain silent, has raised his voice against the growing atmosphere of intolerance in the country, saying that such acts "ridicule" our constitution and "debunks" India’s claim of being a democracy.

DNA: How safe are taxi services for women in India?

In the light of Uber rape case verdict ,this part of DNA will try to analyse the taxi services in India and how safe are they for women.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: Women need to believe in their own self and strength

This Week Dr. Subhash Chandra Show was conducted at Birla Institute of Technology Mesra, Patna in Bihar with an all Women Audience from Patna’s Magadh Mahila College.

Society, govt ill-equipped to take care of elderly: Ansari

Vice President Hamid Ansari on Thursday said that the society and government are ill-equipped to take care of elderly who are fast growing in number and will shoot up to 32.3 crore by 2050.

Dr Subhash Chandra Show: How does positive attitude impact success?

This Week Dr. Subhash Chandra Show was conducted at Institute of Hotel Management, Hajipur in Bihar. With an enthusiastic crowd of 250 hotel management students and faculty members, Dr. Chandra spoke about the Impact of Positivity in Success.

DNA: Reality check of the accidents at railway crossings

Check out a new report about the railway accidents in India and a reality check of the accidents which often happen at railway crossings due to carelessness of people.

Also watch: Shutting down of Gita Press

All India Badtameez: Why all restrictions for daughters only?

 Most parents put a lot of restrictions on daughters often thinking the city is no longer safe for them.

Even bacteria inside our body into trading

 Economic concepts not just explain about how societies buy, sell, and trade goods and services but can also explore the mysteries about the behaviour of microbial life on the earth and inside our body, a study says.

All India Badtameez: Looking for a fair bride?

In Matrimonial ads or television , we see how much we are obsessed with fair skin.Everyone wants a 'fair 'bride.India's unfair obsession.
Stand up for change.See if people react when one lady humiliates other for dark complexion.

DNA: When society turns a blind eye to spine chilling crimes around!

Watch the price paid by a few, when the society decided to turn a blind eye to spine chilling crimes around them!

Russian MP urges Facebook blockage over rainbow flag

A Russian lawmaker, who has strongly backed anti-gay legislation, said Facebook should be shut down in Russia over its support for the US Supreme Court`s decision to legalise same-sex marriage.

Be inspired by Salman's good work for society: Ranbir Kapoor
Be inspired by Salman's good work for society: Ranbir Kapoor

Bollywood actor Ranbir Kapoor has come out in support of Salman Khan, who has been convicted in the 2002-hit-and-run case, saying one must look at the good work he has done for the society.

Drunken driving: Deterrent message must be sent to society, says court

A Delhi court has upheld the conviction of a 34-year-old man for driving his car in an inebriated state, saying a deterrent message must be sent to society.

Women objectified in negative manner in society: Delhi court

 Asserting that "gender sensitisation is the need of the hour", a Delhi court has regretted that women have been objectified in a negative manner by society.

Saudis see steady course under new king

From a young security guard to a retired general, a cross section of Saudis expect Riyadh to keep a steady course under new King Salman, although some would have welcomed a change in direction.

Qatar removes 'offensive' bottles from lingerie store shelves

Authorities in Qatar have ordered bottles of perfume pulled from the shelves of a lingerie store after the name of the product -- "Victoria`s Secret: Strawberries and Champagne" -- was deemed offensive.

Are we programmed to take bad decisions

A natural desire to try and replicate what our neighbours or friends are doing could be behind the bad decisions that we end up taking, a new study shows.