Blog | Ravish Kumar | Wednesday May 6, 2015
You have the option to appeal in a higher court, and you must make use of it, but do it only if you think you are innocent. Arguments in court don't mitigate your mistake. Listen to your inner voice. If you come back with an honest heart, you'll find...
Blog | Ravish Kumar | Thursday March 19, 2015
A Chinese Goddess Gains Following in Delhi - by Ravish Kumar
Bhopal News | Written by Siddharth Ranjan Das | Wednesday February 4, 2015
Not just the metros, but NDTV's 'No VIP' campaign is creating a buzz even in smaller cities like Bhopal which seem to have had enough of the social menace. Recently, the city's RED FM took up the issue and discussed how it has become a nuisance for t...
Blog | Ravish Kumar | Thursday January 29, 2015
He describes the Kiran Bedi interview that is trending all over Twitter today.
Blog | Ravish Kumar | Monday December 29, 2014
Protesting is your right. Do it better, says Ravish Kumar.
Blog | Ravish Kumar | Wednesday November 5, 2014
Ravish Kumar talks to a Muslim tailor from Bihar.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday May 28, 2014
Sons of a gas vendor and a contractual generator operator in Bihar have topped the state board Class 12 examination in science and commerce.
Sunday July 14, 2013
Amid a continuing stalemate between two factions of Yes Bank's founder family, the Madhu Kapur camp has filed a revised petition before the Bombay High Court against the appointment of three new whole-time directors.
Sunday June 9, 2013
Yes Banks annual general meeting (AGM) was to approve the appointment of Diwan Arun Nanda, Ravish Chopra and MR Srinivasan as whole-time directors by voice vote.
Cities | mid-day.com | Tuesday June 15, 2010
Who would believe that a request for extra chapatis would lead to a brawl? Well, certainly not Pratik Gupta and Ravish Singal, two techies from Infosys. The two of them were beaten up by the staff of a restaurant situated on Church Street in Bangalor...
India News | Ravish Ranjan Shukla | Monday September 7, 2009
Sulabh International has promised that it will fund the miracle baby's education expenses.