Myriad colours, people, culture, religion and places from across the country found a place in the 700- odd photographs on display as part of the 19th Beautiful India Expatriate Photo Competition.
ESPN is planning to customize its international shows like ‘Pardon the Interruption’ and ‘SportsCenter’ for the Indian marke
Indian student Hitanshu Mehta was part of a team from Management Development Institute of Singapore (MDIS) that won the ‘Best Film Award’.
Five ‘begums’ held sway in the city from 1819-1995
The museum will be launched mid-next year in the Regal Cinema at Connaught Place and will be spread over two floors.
A comedian named Chris Martin has, to his bemusement, received an influx of Twitter followers from India shortly after a Coldplay concert in Mumbai.
Long after the game took the world by storm, people in India continue having to settle for a diluted experience.
The cultural bond between India and the UK is unravelling, thanks to harsher visa rules and Brexit.
After winning People’s Choice Best Actress Award In 2016, Priyanka Chopra gets nominated again.
Licensed or not, if Bollywood is doing so much of copying, how about copying the good things as well?
Cohen told his biographer that over the space of several visits to Mumbai in the next few years, the clouds in his mind had lifted - by "imperceptible degrees this background of anguish that had been with me my whole life began to dissolve".
The historic event that unfolded inside Watson’s Hotel in Mumbai on 7 July 1896.
Legend has it India exported the ancient form of chess to Persia, giving King Chosroes Anushirvan a game that was invented just for him: the game of "four kings", or "chaturanga".
This fascination for Bollywood is so evident that ad-makers are trying to cash in on the trend.
Indian prime time television presenter Arnab Goswami has said he's leaving the country's top rated English-language channel.
How Raj Kapoor, the ‘Charlie Chaplin of India’, Changed Indian Cinema
The lack of a desire to be political or to take stands on issues that go against the majoritarian grain is symptomatic of Bollywood
Old Delhi draws thousands of tourists every year because of its old-world charm, street food and heritage buildings.
In three decades of filmmaking, Nair’s protagonists have embraced all the curve balls that life has thrown at them.
Kulture Shop, is bringing together urban artists and turning their designs into home and lifestyle products.
The exhibition, "Once Upon a Time in Little India", details the lives of early South Asian migrants, who came to call precinct their home.
Former Bond star Pierce Brosnan has condemned the "unauthorised and deceptive" use of his image to promote an Indian mouth freshener.
Pakistan has banned all television and radio content from India and threatened to shut down any stations that flout the sanction.
Yesterday it was the very word 'intolerance' that was a red rag, today it is 'Pakistani actors', tomorrow it could be something entirely different.
A set of Mughal miniatures and fine paintings of the Rajasthani and Pahari Schools has raked in nearly 3.1 million pounds at a Sotheby's auction in London
GOA is India’s land of fun, with pristine beaches that run along the Arabian Sea and a unique mix of Indian and Portuguese cultures and architectures.
Fundamentally, the idea of seeking a ban on an Indian film because it features Pakistani artistes is absurd.
A statement by popular Bollywood director Karan Johar promising not to work with Pakistani actors in the future has gone viral in India.
Bollywood actress Priyanka Chopra has apologised after being criticised for modelling an "insensitive" top on a Conde Nast Traveller magazine cover.
t may be outlandish, but the Pierce Brosnan paan masala ad (for Pan Bahar) was borne out of some deep calculation.
Patel's post-Slumdog journey has not been as smooth as that of his co-stars.
In Kolkata, pujas are an annual upsurge and celebration of quirky art. This year, the city seems to have outdone itself when it comes to creativity.
Donald Trump opened his Trump Taj Mahal casino 26 years ago, calling it "the eighth wonder of the world."
Far-right nationalists have forced Bollywood star Nawazuddin Siddiqui to cancel his performance in a Hindu festival "because he is a Muslim".
The dome of the Taj Mahal will get a mud-pack therapy for the first time ever, in a bid to get rid of the yellowness from its white marble.
Linguistic cross-pollination has always been a vital part of song-writing in Hindi cinema.
Horizontal saccades—when eyes move from side to side in rhythm with the legs—in classical dance forms such Bharatanatyam improves human memory, studies show
Rahul Aggarwal has quit his job at the Indian Motion Picture Producers Association after they banned Pakistani actors from working in the Bollywood film industry.
A thriller in Tamil language has been chosen as India's official entry to the Best Foreign Language Film at next year's Oscars.
A Pakistan-born UK actor apologised Monday for using “unacceptable language” about Indians, which saw him fired from Britain’s most popular TV soap.