He calls himself an atheist, rather proudly in that. He chooses to believe in kindness of the heart, love and compassion -- describing Rahul Bose in a few words is nearly impossible. In Chandigarh on a nippy Wednesday evening, the actor sheds light on some of his 'whys' and 'hows' of life.
The last day of the three-day Chandigarh Rose Festival saw a huge turnout of crowds before the curtains were finally drawn on the annual affair. Various activities had been organised, which kept both adults and children busy.
A 22-year-old man was allegedly taken to Odhan village in Haryana’s Sirsa district by men who owed him money. There, he was kept in a cage for three months, a period in which he was sodomised and forced to drink his own urine.
Tabla maestro Zakir Hussain says he supports reality shows on TV as they promote musical understanding and make classical music popular.
If music be the food for your soul, you may want to lend your ear to Swami Haridas Tansen Sangeet Nritya Mahotsav, starting today in the city.
Born with an ability to navigate the “conventional fervour” of tabla, Ustaad Zakir Hussain has integrated a set of ageless principles with timeless technique and successfully liberated the essence and spirit of the instrument in the western world.
An instant connect with the audience at Bhaini Sahib, 35 kilometres from Ludhiana, made up for Zakir Hussain's performance in Punjab after a gap of 24 years. Acclaimed for his famous catchphrase "Wah Taj" that ruled the advertisement world for years, the artiste added to the nostalgic moments as he said "Wah Punjab" in the same manner.
If you plan to drive back home via Central Delhi roads during evening hours, brace for major traffic jams. A major road caved in on the path between Akbar Road-C-Hexagon and Rajpath-C-Hexagon. HT reports.
In an attempt to reach out to Muslims before the assembly polls, BJP leaders brought up the Gopalgarh and Surwal incidents to attack the Congress government at a party event.
Muslim clerics, educationists and activists dismissed the BJP’s claim that a large number of Muslims would attend Narendra Modi’s September 10 rally in Jaipur.
The world’s first university for imparting education on Sufi philosophy will come up very soon in the holy city of Ajmer, the final resting place of Khawaza Moinuddin Hassan Chisty, considered the most famous and influential Sufi saint of the Indian subcontinent.
Fans of Zakir Hussain are in for a treat as the celebrated tabla player will perform at two consecutive concerts in the city. Both the shows are dedicated to special causes. The first concert on July 21 will remember tabla maestro Shafaat Ahmed Khan.
Prime Minister Manmohan Singh on Saturday condoled the death of former union minister Khurshed Alam Khan, father of external affairs minister Salman Khurshid and son-in-law of late president Zakir Hussain.
Various government agencies of Delhi first choked tree roots with concrete. Later, on the pretext of trying to save such trees, the government agencies got rid of the cement, only to restore the concretisation later.
For over four weeks now, Charchika Khanna has been going to Delhi University's (DU) north campus daily to help aspirants with their admission procedures and to answer their queries. Geetika Aggarwal reports.
In a two-part series, HT Education’s eight campus journalists write about their rendezvous with DU. In this edition, they explore popular colleges and tell readers about things they are looking forward to.
Goods worth crores of rupees were destroyed after a fire broke out in a shoe factory in Agra late Saturday. The firefighters have managed to extinguish the blaze, police said.
Criminals frequently change address to escape authorities. Sometimes they even cross over to neighbouring countries. Utpal Parashar reports.
Driven away from their village by musclemen and forced to live on the streets for more than a year, a Dalit family of seven in Rajasthan will soon head home under police protection. Zakir Hussain reports.
Two promoters of CTC, a women’s ethnic wear brand, have been sentenced to two years in jail by a Delhi court for conspiring with an MCD official to prevent demolition of their unauthorised construction.