Don't forget to check out Karan Johar's response to the photo.
"Knowing that after eight years of working really hard for this country, there are still people who won’t see me for what I am because of my skin color"-Michelle Obama
Women working in Culture Machine and Gozoop can now take leaves on the first day of their periods.
The Women's South Africa cricket team have scored an innings of 273/9. India have a huge score to chase. Laura Wolvaardt had an early departure.
Stan Wawrinka - No.3 ranked iced his knee during changeovers and never was able to summon his best tennis at the Centre Court of All England Club.
Akshay Kumar shares the first look of his upcoming film 'Gold'. But who's the actress?
Anushka Sharma- a name that brings about myriad pictures in our mind where she’s seen essaying diverse roles with perfection. This morning, Anushka gave a daunting surprise to her fans with the release of her third production venture, Pari’s poster.
The historical saga is slated to hit the screens both in India and across the world on 21st July, 2017. This Hollywood motion picture will release in English, Hindi as well as Punjabi language.
The first look reveals Miss Bellows in a black dress along with a black cat.
German luxury car maker Mercedes Benz on Tuesday reported its best ever quarterly sales in India at 3,650 units, albeit just a marginal increase from the year-ago period.
Indian pacer Umesh Yadav, who claimed four wickets on the opening day of the first cricket Test against Australia here, revealed that his plan was to bowl the tight line and minimise scoring opportunities for the batsmen.
First-born children are smarter and tend to have superior thinking skills, quoted a research. First kids are also richer, better educated, and have higher IQ’s. According to the researchers at the University of Edinburgh,
India captain Virat Kohli credited opposition bowlers for their impressive show in the first Twenty20 International, saying the hosts were 30-35 runs short of their target against England today.
US First Lady Michelle Obama has selected 16-year-old Indian-American Swetha Prabakaran to serve in the inaugural Student Advisory Board of an education campaign which seeks to provide educational opportunities for teenagers in America.