'Menstruation should be celebrated as basic requirement'
    Beyond the Cannes red carpet: Where are Indian films?
    • Beyond the Cannes red carpet: Where are Indian films?(16:50)
      New Delhi, May 20 (IANS) As many as 1,854 feature films were submitted to be part of the 2019 Official Selection at the Cannes Film Festival from across the world this year. As many as 39 nations are represented as production or co-production countries. India is missing.
    'Game of Thrones' comes full circle for final goodbye
    • 'Game of Thrones' comes full circle for final goodbye(15:24)
      New Delhi, May 20 (IANS) The final chapter of "Game of Thrones" came with a tragic end to a love story, betrayal, twists, death and a lot of characters' lives coming full circle. Was it a happy ending? Well, as Ramsay Bolton once said: "If you think this has a happy ending, you haven't been paying attention".
    Olympic 100 m record will even out in some time: Performance Enhancement Specialist (IANS Interview)
    Remaining silent in court my biggest mistake: Rajat Gupta
    • Remaining silent in court my biggest mistake: Rajat Gupta(10:02)
      New Delhi, May 20 (IANS) Rajat Gupta, the first foreign-born head of influential management consultancy McKinsey and Co who was jailed for two years for insider trading, says his biggest regret is remaining silent in court even as his legal team mounted a vigorous defence and insists that he did no wrong but "would anyone in the courtroom realise this?"
    Only tech can't make films successful: Anil Kapoor
    • Only tech can't make films successful: Anil Kapoor(09:46)
      Mumbai, May 19 (IANS) Veteran actor Anil Kapoor, who built up curiosity on his upcoming project with acclaimed director Shekhar Kapur, says that though technical advancement has made it easier for the new generation to make films like "Mr. India" it cannot guarantee a movie's success.
    Indian melody, rhyme is fascinating: Clean Bandit
    • Indian melody, rhyme is fascinating: Clean Bandit(11:30)
      Mumbai, May 18 (IANS) The members of Grammy Award-winning British electronic music band Clean Bandit, on a short trip to India for a collaboration with Indian singer Benny Dayal, have said the elaborate and intricate rhythm structure of Indian music really fascinates them.