Hindustan Times, Chandigarh | By Chetna Keer
UPDATED ON AUG 01, 2020 11:30 PM IST
In pandemic season, the Indian Poppadom’s rites of passage are seeing its proverbial royal rebirth at the ‘hands’ of Prince William, while the poor desi Paratha looks to be fending off a future death-blow from the videshi frozen Parota
Hindustan Times, Mumbai | By Sanjjeev K Samyal
UPDATED ON OCT 24, 2019 09:06 AM IST
His love affair with this particular ground dates back to his days of junior cricket in 1990, when he struck a hundred against Pakistan Under-19 in a Youth Test. Ganguly would later say that today he was reminded of that day, the first time he came to Wankhede Stadium.
Hindustan Times | By Simar Bhasin
PUBLISHED ON SEP 20, 2019 08:04 PM IST
The Prince by Samhita Arni attempts to delve into the rage of Kannagi
Riyadh (Saudi Arabia) | By Associated Press
UPDATED ON DEC 22, 2018 01:43 PM IST
The concerts and car race cap several months of profound change in Saudi Arabia, including the opening of the first movie theatre in April and the lifting of the world’s only ban on women driving in June.
Washington | By Yashwant Raj
UPDATED ON DEC 05, 2018 08:46 AM IST
Rejecting United States president Donald Trump’s efforts to play down the prince’s role, Foreign Relations Chairman Bob Corker of Tennessee said Tuesday that if a jury were to consider a case against Prince Mohammed, he’d be convicted of murder in 30 minutes.
Buenos Aires | By Reuters
UPDATED ON DEC 03, 2018 01:37 PM IST
The two moments captured the dilemma facing world leaders at the Group of 20 summit in Buenos Aires this weekend: How to deal with the crown prince, who is dogged by controversy over the murder of a Saudi journalist but is also de facto leader of a rich, oil-producing kingdom that is a major global investor.
Reuters | By Reuters
UPDATED ON NOV 23, 2018 06:57 AM IST
It cited a prominent Turkish columnist as saying CIA director Gina Haspel had “signalled” the existence of the recording during a visit to Ankara last month.
New York | By Agence France-Presse
UPDATED ON OCT 13, 2018 10:31 AM IST
The Rolling Stones, Adele, Neil Young, R.E.M., Aerosmith, Queen and George Harrison are among acts that have lodged objections to the use of their music at Republican gatherings.
Hindustan Times | By Akshay Kaushal
UPDATED ON JUN 19, 2018 06:20 PM IST
Meet the Indian Maharaja, who recently walked for Dolce & Gabbana at Milan Fashion Week