Press Trust of India | Sunday November 29, 2015
"I think everyone has an opinion about it. We are supposed to be the greatest democracy in the world. There have been many incidents that have happened in the last few years where people have been bashed for giving their opinions. Everybody has an opinion. We are in a democracy. Our forefathers fought for freedom of speech and being Indian," said P...
Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday November 29, 2015
"We have to remember that there are a few people screaming out loud and they do not represent the whole country. I think the country is still secular. I think most people would want peace and are happy to co-exist with others who may be different from them in some way or another," said Nandita Das
India News | Press Trust of India | Friday November 27, 2015
Bihar Deputy Chief Minister Tejaswi Prasad Yadav today hailed Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for proposing to impose prohibition in Bihar with effect from April 1 next year and said the Chief Minister was fulfilling his poll promise to the people of the state.
India News | NDTV.com | Friday November 27, 2015
During a special discussion on the Constitution in the Lok Sabha, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said that it is the demand of time that we make people aware of the sanctity and strength of our Constitution. The PM added that "Marking November 26 as Constitution Day is not to undermine January 26 (Republic Day)."
Press Trust of India | Thursday November 26, 2015
"India is the biggest democracy. We have the right to say what we want to say and people have the right to protest. If there are things that some think are wrong, then people have the right to speak up," Mr Shroff said on the sidelines of the International Film Festival of India (IFFI) here
Robin Sinha | Wednesday November 25, 2015
We're living in a time when people are talking about living in the cloud. But perhaps it's time these people got their feet on the ground.
Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday November 25, 2015
"Any type of revolt should be classical.It is becoming very poetic rather than people hitting each other. We should set an example because we come from the land of Mahatma Gandhi. We have shown the world how revolution can be done without violence," said A R Rahman
Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday November 22, 2015
"People are very excited. We were trending (on social media) in the US all day even before the trailer came out. This is a part of history, but it is Sanjay sir's fictional version of the story of Bajirao and Mastani. It'd be wonderful to see how people respond to it internationally," said Priyanka Chopra
CarAndBike Team | Thursday November 19, 2015
Road trips have become an essential part of our life and if you check out the social media networks, we are bombarded with photos of people traveling across the length and the breadth of the country to get their bit of experience on the road. But traveling by road means owning a car, or having a friend who's game enough to tag along or take over dr...
Rachel Feltman, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 18, 2015
With Charlie Sheen's diagnosis, we see the truth of the matter: We're not quite over the desire to prove that HIV is something dirty and dangerous that only dangerous, dirty people get. This was made all too clear in Sheen's Today Show interview, where he revealed his status in response to repeated attempts at blackmail
Indo-Asian News Service | Wednesday November 18, 2015
"I watch Bigg Boss a lot. I am a big Salman Khan fan. He is the reason why I watch the show. But I will never enter the house. As we are always in the limelight, people think that it is easy for us to move around with a camera," said Neha
World News | Maura Judkis, The Washington Post | Monday November 16, 2015
We were in Paris, but we were more than a mile from the attacks, enjoying a quiet Friday night dinner at an Alsatian restaurant, just as people on vacation do.
Opinion | Maura Judkis, The Washington Post | Wednesday November 18, 2015
We were in Paris, but we were more than a mile from the attacks, enjoying a quiet Friday night dinner at an Alsatian restaurant, just as people on vacation do. Our first indication that something bad had happened wasn't the sound of gunfire or explosions, but the buzz of a text from a family member back home: "Are you ok?"
World News | Agence France-Presse | Sunday November 15, 2015
French police have identified the first attacker out of the three teams of gunmen who carried out the worst ever attacks ever visited on Paris, which killed 129 people and wounded hundreds more.
India News | Indo-Asian News Service | Saturday November 14, 2015
"We hope all Indians are safe," Indian ambassador Mohan Kumar said today after a deadly terror attack in the French capital left over 150 people dead.
Offbeat | The Washington Post, Susan Svrluga | Monday November 9, 2015
"Our goal is to encourage people to recognize we can celebrate a holiday without having a dead body in the middle of the table," said Gene Baur, the president and co-founder of Farm Sanctuary, which does advocacy work and shelters farm animals.
Bihar | Indo-Asian News Service | Sunday November 8, 2015
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah on Sunday said his party respects the people's mandate in Bihar and congratulated Chief Minister Nitish Kumar for winning the assembly polls.
Ana Swanson, The Washington Post | Saturday November 7, 2015
Few of us will actually be replaced by a robot. But there are tons of workers who will have part of their jobs taken away by automation.
World News | Ana Swanson, The Washington Post | Saturday November 7, 2015
We're used to thinking that the jobs that are most likely to be taken over by automation are low-skilled ones: clerks, lowly paper pushers, assembly line workers. In contrast, those on the very high end of the wage scale - doctors, CEOs and hedge fund managers - seem like they will be comfortably insulated from the robot revolution.
Agencies | Saturday November 7, 2015
"Nobody has the right to call our country intolerant. We are secular people and don't believe in selective outrage," Anupam Kher said on Saturday morning. The actor claims that the debate on 'intolerance' is an attempt to malign the image of the country and is intended to target the Narendra Modi-led government at the Centre
Press Trust of India | Saturday November 7, 2015
"He is an actor from our country; he has brought good name to the country; he has been liked by millions of people all over the world. We are proud of him," Hema Malini said. Hemaji, now a BJP Lok Sabha member from Mathura, had directed Shah Rukh in Dil Aashna Hai at the beginning of his career
NDTV | Saturday November 7, 2015
When asked if the incident nearly got the two sacked from IMF, Dr Rajan said, "let's say we had some interesting conversations," before breaking into laughter.
Gadgets 360 Staff | Friday November 6, 2015
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Indo-Asian News Service | Friday November 6, 2015
Salman Khan said, "The medium is really powerful. We can do a lot with this medium. This is our tool and a lot of people appreciate good cinema and good characters. Everyone watches movies and it has a huge impact on people's life, and on society. I think there is no format better than cinema"