Story Posted on 29-03-2015


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Deepika Padukone, VogueEmpower

Why Deepika Padukone looks superficial in "My Choice" video

You could mistake the video for a shampoo, hair oil or skin care product ad.


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Abish Matthew, Mayawati, Humour, All India Bakchod

All India Bakchod: What makes a Mayawati joke funny?

The outrage in Delhi's National Law University against Abish Mathew's jibes at the BSP supremo was more focused on sexism than the casteism and classism underlying the jokes.

Brendon McCullum, New Zealand, Australian, Cricket World Cup 2015

Brendon McCullum: Before and after World Cup Final

How the defeat to Australia changed the New Zealand captain.


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Australia Vs New Zealand, Cricket World Cup 2015

Cricket World Cup 2015: How Twitter congratulated Australia

World Cup champions Australia won applause from all around.


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Virat Kohli, Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Cricket World Cup 2015

Virat Kohli will take years to be a Dhoni

It is clear Dhoni cannot be eased out of the team. For all his class and skills, Virat Kohli still comes short in a few areas, especially while dealing with the media.


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Amazon India Fashion Week

At Amazon India Fashion Week, it is all about the head

Sometimes it takes a little more than just clothes to do the talking.


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Virat Kohli, IndVsAus, CWC2015

IndVsAus review: KRK's take on Virat-Anushka is so bad it's so good

The compulsive critic tells you why India didn't #GetItBack in this video.


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Raza Rumi, Terrorism, Journalism, Pakistan

Why Pakistan is the most dangerous country for journalists

The country is still as unsafe as it was a year ago, when Raza Rumi was attacked.


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Deepika Padukone, VogueEmpower

Deepika Padukone's video is a must watch for everyone

'My Choice', dedicated to #VogueEmpower, is about decisions a modern women must take.


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Saina Nehwal, Badminton

World No 1 Saina Nehwal's victory is not hers alone

As the young player cherishes the moment, she would do well to look back at the journey that began almost by accident.