Albert Nerenberg calls humour therapeutic, says it helps CEOs keep stress at bay
He once organised the World Stupidity Awards.
Montreux, which was home to Charlie Chaplin and Freddie Mercury, still weaves its Alpine magic
French-speaking Montreux has always enjoyed a ...
When Savannah Wildlife gave Godrej top exec Mehernosh Pithawalla a reality check
The Global Head of Marketing, Sales & Innovation at Godrej Security Solutions loves movies with a message.
Happy Birthday, Charlie Chaplin! 129 years on, remembering his words of wisdom
The legend continued to entertain millions with his variety of work that spanned more than 75 years.
Some lesser known fun facts about Charlie Chaplin
Charlie Chaplin was the first actor to appear on Time magazine cover. He appeared on the July 6, 1925, issue of the magazine.
Your expression is cue for movie makers to create a blockbuster
Indee’s facial video analytics engine tracks a range of emotions to assess audience engagement.
Billy Wilder's 1959-hit 'Some Like It Hot' voted the best comedy film ever made
It pushed Stanley Kubrick's 1964 film 'Dr Strangelove' to the second position.
Charlie Chaplin by 200 cartoonists in Mumbai exhibition
Organised by the Piramal Gallery, NCPA, the three-day event has been organised by the Chaplin India Forum and the Spices Board of India.
Halloween 'horrors' in Bollywood: Preity Zinta plays cop with Salman Khan; Soha Ali Khan's daughter is the cutest 'witch' in B-town
Sonam Kapoor also shared a Halloween picture from her childhood.
Jawahar Bal Bhavan: Almost every Bengalurean has a childhood memory here
Bal Bhavan has hundreds of trees, playgrounds, a toy train, a theatre and areas allocated for birthday parties and cultural events.
St Moritz is the glitziest Alpine playground to ski and luxuriate in spiffy hotels
Beyond sybaritic pursuits, St Moritz also offers an intriguing mix of nature, culture, sports and culinary experiences.
Should India recognise the accomplished Romani people as a national minority?
Their inclusion would make a hefty addition to the NRI ranks, increasing the number of those who can congregate to cheer the advent of Indian leaders aboard.
Taco robbery rings a creative bell
It is hard indeed to get eyeballs for commercials these days, and small businesses find it particularly tough to get value for money spent on advertising.
ICCR conference to explore ‘Indian origins’ of Romany people such as Elvis Presley, Pablo Picasso
More than 30 scholars and artists from abroad will explore and discuss what it believes are the Indian origins of these celebrities who belong to the Roma community.
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