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Men's Gen Next ready to roll
With Nadal the only Aus Open champion in men's draw, young guns Zverev, Tsitsipas and Medvedev will fancy their chances
No foreign chief guest at R-Day as Covid-19 surges
The Republic Day celebrations on January 26 will go ahead without any foreign leader as a chief guest, the second year in a row that India's signature event has been affected by the fallout of the Covid-19 pandemic.
DHANUSH AISHWARYAA PART WAYS AFTER 18 YEARS OF MARRIAGE
The parents of two shocked their fans by announcing separation on social media on Monday.
Covid-19 forces massive cut in R-Day ceremony
The spectator count at India's biggest ceremonial event, the Republic Day parade, will be massively curtailed this year due to Covid-related restrictions
DTC rolls out e-bus, 300 more by Apr 23
The Delhi government on Monday pressed into service its first ever electric public transport bus that will run on a designated route, E-44, originating from the Indraprastha Depot and covering central and south Delhi locations.
DSP: Defining a woman's beauty has never been a problem all these years
The soundtrack of Allu Arjun-starrer Pushpa: The Rise (2021) has received a lot of attention, Oo Antava being one of the popular songs in the film. While the track, featuring actor Samantha, has emerged as a chartbuster across five languages, some slammed the dance number as sleazy and misogynistic.
Kin of 19k Covid victims in city got additional ₹50k as govt aid
NEW DELHI: The Delhi government has paid an additional ₹93.8 crore to the kin of 18,766 Covid-19 victims as one-time ex-gratia payment, according to documents seen by HT.
Scrolls on freedom movement, 10 LED screens on Rajpath for R-Day parade
Ten gigantic scrolls, each measuring 750 metres and depicting tales of valour of the unsung heroes of India's freedom movement, and 10 large LED screenings for easy viewing of the parade, are among the preparations for the upcoming first Republic Day celebrations at the revamped Central Vista Avenue.
Groundwater extraction causing parts of city surface to sink: Study
NEW DELHI: The alarming rate of ground water depletion in the Capital may be leading to a different kind of slow evolving crisis--parts of the ground surface in the city sinking, a phenomenon known as land subsidence.
Doyen of India's culture, he left a mark across the world
Legendary dancer Birju Maharaj, who popularised the classical Kathak dance form around the world and became its most celebrated exponent by expanding its footprint from international festivals to Bollywood blockbusters, died in New Delhi on Monday. He was 83.
13,000 POUNDS AT 118 MILES PER HOUR
THE WRECK OF A LIMO NEAR ALBANY WAS THE DEADLIEST U.S. TRANSPORTATION DISASTER IN A DECADE. AND THE MAN BEHIND IT WAS ONE OF THE MOST NOTORIOUS CONFIDENTIAL INFORMANTS IN FBI HISTORY.
THE CAB RIDE
I sat in the cab on my way to the airport as the driver zoomed over Delhi’s wide roads. The sun was rising over the horizon as a new day dawned – quite literally, as election day approached the city of Delhi.
Can Bollywood Survive Modi?
Its films have always celebrated a pluralistic India, making the industry—and its Muslim elite—a target of Hindu nationalists.
The Birds of Kanha
RAJESH MENON is a photographer from Delhi, who specializes in images from nature. Here he shares some of the beautiful birds of Kanha Shanti Vanam, the 1300 acre property outside Hyderabad, India, that is the international headquarters of the Heartfulness Institute. It is also a green sanctuary.
LYSOL IS WORKING ON IT
THE SANITIZER MAKER IS CHURNING OUT MORE PRODUCT THAN EVER BEFORE. BUT WITH A PANDEMIC WINTER ON THE WAY, THAT’S STILL NOT ENOUGH
STAY HOME AND MAKE ART
Mural artist Shahul Hameed unravels his secrets to remaining cheerful, positive and hopeful as we endure these stressful times while staying at home.
The Origins of 'Paradise'
Reading and writing about Iran could not prepare me for what I saw there.
ANIRUDH DHANDA explores the way memories trigger heartfelt events and people from the past, and remind us of situations that evoke emotional responses. Is this what being human is all about?
ROYALS' NIP/TUCK SECRETS EXPOSED!
HOW KATE, FERGIE & MEGHAN RETAIN THEIR REGAL LOOKS
El derecho a estar segura
Desde que un ataque horrendo conmocionara a India, las mujeres de ese país han demandado -y obtenido- más protección frente al acoso y el abuso en espacios públicos,