Coachella, Stagecoach cancelled as pandemic continues
The massive festivals are typically held in April but were previously postponed until October.
Nourish Mantra CEO's WFH view went from the greenery of her India home to NYC skyline
Ritika Jayaswal feels flexibility is a huge benefit of working from home.
The one must-do activity on NebulARC CEO's daily activity list is reading
Alok Sharma shares the books he reads for great lessons about startups, managing employees, being a CEO in good and bad times.
India's nightingale turns 91; PM Modi, Shankar Mahadevan wish 'Queen of Melody' Lata Mangeshkar on her birthday
Mangeshkar has recorded over a thousand songs in over 36 Indian languages.
Netherlands kicks off mission to bring state-of-art agri tech to India, aims to help industry
The innovation mission brings Dutch Climate Smart Agriculture knowledge institutions and companies virtually to India September 14-18. The mission is organized in collaboration with the Netherlands Enterprise Agency (RVO).
Atmanirbhar alcohol: A peak into the inside world of desi breweries & distilleries
Distilleries are usually associated with cool climates.
'Chernobyl' tops nomination list as BAFTA gets ready for live show on July 31
'The Crown' and 'Fleabag' also bagged multiple nominations.
Sony postpones PlayStation 5 event amid unrest in the US, says wants to step back and let more important voices be heard
The Japan-based company did not indicate a new date for the online presentation.
3 women debut authors - Deepa Anappara, Dharini Bhaskar & Annie Zaidi - dominate JCB 2020 shortlist
The list also features S Hareesh's 'Moustache' and Samit Basu's 'Chosen Spirits'.
Track star Hima Das found a new hobby in the lockdown
Das says she’s been capturing pictures around the NIS campus, hostel area and the race track.
Christo, artist known for wrapping large monuments in fabric, passes away at 84
The artist's career was also defined by his ambitious art projects that quickly disappeared soon after they were erected.
ET Women's Forum: Breaking barriers and stereotypes, don’t mess with the Kung Fu Nuns of the Himalayas
These nuns ride bicycles and go on animal rescue missions.
Creative and committed, Gen-Z use their networking skills, tech know-how & art to build a better post-Covid world
This generation understands the power of social networks.
Reading is refuge from the world for SpeakIn founder
Books help Deepshikha Kumar Anand find ways to tackle the stressful situations.