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Diary | 'A Flicker Of Hope': A Son's Tale Of Growing Up With Cerebral Palsy

Diary | 'A Flicker Of Hope': A Son's Tale Of Growing Up With Cerebral Palsy

02 January, 2022 Aditya Sinha

There, on that fateful day in 2007, two doctors on OPD duty pronounced a life-changing verdict for the Sinha family. I had cerebral palsy.

Irfan Pathan's IPL Diary: Names Can Be Fun! They Always Called Me 'Arfan'

Irfan Pathan's IPL Diary: Names Can Be Fun! They Always Called Me 'Arfan'

15 May, 2019 Irfan Pathan

Irfan Pathan made his debut as TV commentator during IPL 2018. Part of the 2007 World T20 winning team, the former Indian all-rounder from Baroda played for four IPL teams -- Kings XI Punjab, Delhi Daredevils, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings


Irfan Pathan's IPL Diary: Gujarati Slog Sweep And Hyderabad Mein Hungame

Former Indian and Baroda all-rounder Irfan Pathan joined the TV commentary bandwagon with the Indian Premier League last season. He was a natural cricketer and made a decent debut with the microphone as well

Life In An Indian Prison: The Curse Of An Ethnic Minority And A Panic-Stricken Society

Life In An Indian Prison: The Curse Of An Ethnic Minority And A Panic-Stricken Society

26 April, 2019 Kishorechandra Wangkhem

Manipuri journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem was sentenced to a year's detention under the National Security Act for allegedly targeting the ruling BJP and Prime Minister Narendra Modi in a social media video post. In this second and concluding portion of his diary, Wangkhem narrates the pain of belonging to an ethnic minority and how the society turned its back on him and his family.


Life In An Indian Prison: When Darkness Falls, Tears Are Not Enough

The heart-wrenching story of Manipuri journalist Kishorechandra Wangkhem, who stood up for his rights, and won! He talks about life in prison and his family's fight for justice after being hounded by the state government of Manipur

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27 May, 2017

FTII Student's Short Film On Women And Sexuality Wins Applause

Prasanth Reghuvamsom

How an FTII third year student did her best to win hearts at the 70th Cannes film festival...


26 May, 2017

Cannes: An Extravagant Festival Where Cinema And Discipline Go Together

Prasanth Reghuvamsom

Thousands flew down to celebrate cinema every year to this part of the world. But fear rules over all liberal values.


01 November, 2016

Hyderabad Blues

Madhavi Tata

The Government Medical College in Guntur is being rocked by protests after the suicide of post-graduate medical student B Sandhya Rani


22 October, 2016

There Is A Turf War On At The Andhra Pradesh Secretariat

Madhavi Tata

Its all about the money for temples and IPhones for the youth however


19 October, 2016

Halloween Horrors: From US, With Love

Nabanita Sircar

A 'killer clown' craze sweeping the UK has led to a deluge of calls to Childline from youngsters left terrified by the sinister phenomenon.


17 October, 2016

The PM Who Changed History

Madhavi Tata

Sanjaya Baru spoke at Hyderabad's Centre for Economic and Social Studies on his recently launched book on PV Narasimha Rao


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08 October, 2016

Controversies Court Hyderabad Metro

Madhavi Tata

Fresh reports emerged that the L&T was planning to sell its stake in the Metro Rail, but L&T said they were baseless


07 October, 2016

Too Old For The Assembly, Thinks Kerala BJP's Lone MLA

Minu Ittyipe

Of old and silent MLAs, Pakistan's chai diplomacy and how its all in the CPM family


04 October, 2016

Pokemon Goes To University

Nabanita Sircar

Pokemon Go has landed itself in university curriculum, to make the business information technology course more "accessible"


02 October, 2016

Hyderabad Blues

Madhavi Tata

As news of surgical strikes dominate the media, parties are finding it difficult to maintain the demand of special status for Andhra Pradesh


30 September, 2016

Lion Of Punjab Honoured In French Town

Manoj Joshi

Tropez unveils the bust of Maharaja Ranjit Singh, Princess of Chamba and her husband General Francois Allard


21 September, 2016

London's Restaurant Boom

Nabanita Sircar

A visible upside of Brexit, restaurateurs were pleasantly surprised to find Londoners regaining their appetite for dining out


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13 September, 2016

No More Drinking On Goa Beaches?

Pushpa Iyengar

Just outside the famed Reis Magos fort, it was not the fantastic view that one saw but the shattered bottles littered around


Photo Gallery

A farmer sits near his red chillies at a deserted APMC market, during the weekend curfew imposed by the Karnataka government to curb the spread of COVID-19, in Hubballi.

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Delhi Chief Minister & AAP National Convenor Arvind Kejriwal being welcomed by women supporters during his door-to-door campaign ahead of the Goa Assembly elections, in Goa.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a woman for COVID-19 test, amid concerns over rising Omicron cases, in Gurugram.

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Traffic jam on a road at Shalimar Bagh during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

PTI Photo/ Shahbaz Khan

The Lajpat Nagar market wears a deserted look during the weekend curfew imposed by the Delhi government to curb the spread of Covid-19, in New Delhi.

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