On India Inc's social calendar: Bezos bonds with Mumbai A-listers; Rajan Mittal's B'day bash; Shikha Sharma turns gracious hostess for daughter's wedding
As Bezos came calling, he got the red-carpet treatment. Here's what's keeping India Inc busy...
'Game of Thrones' prequel 'House of the Dragon' gets a 2022 release date
The spinoff of the popular HBO show has received a straight-to-serie...
Google celebrates Urdu poet Kaifi Azmi's 101st birth anniversary with a doodle
Azmi became one of the most renowned poets of the 20th century...
Who is Delhi's 'Baazigar'? BJP, Cong, AAP slug it out on Twitter
Unfortunately for the Aam Aadmi Party, its meme on Bollywood blockbuster Baazigar backfired, with the BJP quick to point out that Shah Rukh is actually the villain and not the hero in the film.
Tony award winner laid to rest: 'Mame,' 'Hello, Dolly!' composer Jerry Herman dies at 88
The creator of 10 Broadway shows and contributor to several more, Herman won two Tony Awards for best musical.
Remembering Robert Hunter: Legendary lyricist who could tell stories through songs
The Grateful Dead lyricist passed away last week at age of 78.
Simple, shockingly innocent and fabulous: Decoding Elton John's no-holds-barred autobiography 'Me'
Elton John almost sang the wrong song at Princess Diana's funeral.
Pak media attacks Alia Bhatt's music video debut, 'Prada'; claims song plagiarised
A Pakistani publication claimed that song was copied from a '90s hit 'Goray rung ka zamana'.
Noted Malayalam poet Akkitham wins 55th Jnanpith award, Padma Shri awardee says he's humbled by the honour
Akkitham said his wife Sreedevi was the pillar of strength of his poems.
The show goes on: George RR Martin will work on 'House of the Dragon' only after finishing 'Winds of Winter'
'Winds of Winter' is the second last installment in 'A Song of Ice and Fire' saga.
How this Anand Mahindra-backed startup is empowering the visually impaired
Braille has been a fundamental tool for the blind in terms of literacy, employment and independence. Annie, a self teaching Braille device, is empowering by visually impaired by helping them learn Braille by themselves through interactive content.
George RR Martin blasts 'absurd' rumours, says 'A Song of Ice and Fire' books are not yet finished
The rumours said that the author plans to release books after TV adaptation of 'GoT' is complete.
Shades of poll campaign in West Bengal: From song wars to celebrity fights
The many shades of poll campaign in the state from-- Song wars and celebrities fighting veterans to parties harnessing the power of graffiti.
Haryana applies brakes on traffic fines; Punjab, Himachal Pradesh defer new rules
The officer and singing enthusiast urged the youth not to drive before they attain the age of 18, otherwise their parents could land in trouble.
Chunky Panday returns: The beauty of the show business is you cannot write anyone off
The actor is making waves again with his short film 'Tap Tap'.
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