3 Big Reasons For Uddhav Thackeray’s Mega-Crisis

Can it be said that, finally, the BJP has taken its revenge? It is naive to say – or assume – that the revolt by Shiv Sena leader Eknath Shinde, along with nearly 40 MLAs, is an “internal matter” of the Shiv Sena, as Sharad Pawar described it yesterday. No doubt Eknath Shinde was unhappy … Read more

3 Indian Companies Which Have Announced Big Dividend Payouts In 2022

People get a sense of relief when they receive the extra money in the form of dividends. A quote often glorified in dividend investing is earnings are human, dividends are divine. What this means is dividends are real cash in the investor’s hands. People get a sense of relief when they receive the extra money … Read more

Kishore Kumar’s son Amit Kumar opens up on Leena Chandavarkar, Madhubala, Lata Mangeshkar, Bappi Lahiri | Big Interview | Hindi Movie News

Kishore Kumar’s son Amit Kumar is our guest on this week’s #BigInterview. Amit Kumar’s latest creation ‘Yeh Kaisi Saza Hai’ is going to be out soon. As you read this, he is in Kolkata. Last evening, he was in Bangalore. From Kolkata, he flies out to Indore. Amit Kumar is busy doing shows and enthralling … Read more

Presidential elections: Over 70 years, 14 Presidents, 15 big fights

Even if Presidential elections don’t generate the kind of buzz that general elections do, they have had their share of big fights, close contests, walkovers and upsets – from the politically fascinating 1969 polls that led to the split in the then mighty ruling Congress , to the 1997 elections when the Opposition BJP backed … Read more

The big C: A step closer to a cure

My paternal grandfather died of rectal cancer. Since family history is among the several risk factors for such kinds of cancer, it was with great interest that I read the exciting report on the complete cure of rectal cancer in 18 patients who received a monoclonal antibody called dostarlimab. The study, conducted in the Memorial … Read more

A science teacher explains: The Big Bang Theory

Philosophers and scholars over centuries have devoted their time contemplating space to find answers to one of the most important questions of human existence – how did the universe evolve and come into being and what might be its future? Our understanding of the cosmos has significantly advanced over time, but every insight has thrown … Read more

Apple starts connecting the dots for its next big thing

Nearly 15 years after the iPhone sparked the smartphone revolution, Apple is assembling the pieces for what it hopes will become its next business-altering device: a headset that blends the digital world with the real one. The company has enlisted Hollywood directors such as Jon Favreau to develop video content for a headset that it … Read more

The big black hole in the functioning of India’s democratic model

The framers of the Constitution made a giant leap of faith when they incorporated universal adult suffrage into the design of India’s founding document and enshrined it in Article 326. In 1947, India’s literacy rate was only 12 per cent. In other words, 88 per cent of India was illiterate. What this epochal decision meant … Read more

Zero-Covid, big money: China’s anti-virus spending boosts medical, tech, construction

China’s ‘zero-COVID’ policy of constantly monitoring, testing and isolating its citizens to prevent the spread of the coronavirus has battered much of the country’s economy, but it has created bubbles of growth in the medical, technology and construction sectors. The Chinese government, alone among major countries in vowing to eradicate the coronavirus within its borders, … Read more

Prakash Mehra’s son Puneet opens up on his Dad’s PARTING with Amitabh Bachchan and RIVALRY with Manmohan Desai | Big Interview | Hindi Movie News

Prakash Mehra was a genius. Not too long ago, people saw his superhits- ‘Zanjeer’, ‘Hera Pheri’, Khoon Pasina’, ‘Laawaris’, ‘Muqaddar Ka Sikandar’, ‘Sharabi’- and said they had become redundant or his style would not fit into today’s cinema as today’s films need to be real. But they had to chew their words. Today, the same … Read more