- Sindhu, Saurabh win ESPN India's player of year award(14:53)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) Ace Indian shuttler P.V. Sindhu and shooter Saurabh Chaudhary bagged the female and male sportsperson of the year in the ESPN India Annual Multi-Sport Awards announced on Thursday.
- Filmmakers relive their journeys in 'Directors' Diaries 2'(14:53)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) With "Directors' Diaries 2", Rakesh Anand Bakshi, the son of the legendary poet and Bollywood lyricist, adds yet another volume to his ongoing series of conversations with Hindi cinema's most iconic voices.
- Thai House votes down anti-coup motion(14:48)
Bangkok, Feb 20 (IANS) Thailand's House of Representatives on Thursday voted down the Future Forward Party's (FFP) motion for a committee to study ways to prevent future military coups.
- Panel on Clause six of Assam accord submits report(14:45)
Guwahati, Feb 20 (IANS) A high-level panel formed to review and suggest measures for implementation of Clause six of 1985 Assam accord has handed over its report in a sealed cover to state Chief Secretary Sanjay Krishna through the Assam Accord Implementation Department, a committee member said on Thursday.
- COVID-19: CAIT urges PM to form GoM for impacted businesses(14:43)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) The Confederation of All India Traders (CAIT) on Thursday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to constitute a Group of Ministers (GoM) to tackle the impact of coronavirus epidemic on India's trade and industry.
- Shastri recalls early days with national team(14:43)
Wellington, Feb 20 (IANS) India's head coach Ravi Shastri has recalled the days when he made his international debut 39 years ago. In a conversation with Cheteshwar Pujara on the eve of the first Test between India and New Zealand here Shastri said that he would have never believed that he would be visiting the same venue in India colours where he had made his international debut.
- Krishnanagar, the land of mesmerising clay toys and figurines(14:37)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANSlife) My earliest visit to Krishnanagar was probably when I was 6 years old and all I can recollect about the visit is about a clay toy-maker and his wife (or perhaps his daughter painting tiny figures of all sorts of animals -- tigers, cows, cats, deer and horses. But what caught my eye was the clay figure of a farmer and his bullock cart as well as women grinding wheat. I later found out that at that time, the city was famous for the clay painted dolls and animals that were sold in little boxes at the railway stations. Visitors seldom left the city without buying at least one box of these figurines for their families. It is said that this craft began in Krishnanagar almost 300 years ago and ever since, the city has been famous for modelling - not just toys but images of gods and goddesses.
- Daily flyers want only this flight attendant(14:36)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) Regular flyers who find the safety drill monotonous can enjoy this video of a flight attendant delivering 'safety instructions' which has people rolling on the floor laughing.
- Muslim ordained as priest says no body opposed him(14:36)
Bengaluru, Feb 20 ((ANS) A Muslim youth who was ordained as a priest at a Lingayat Mutt in Karnataka's Gadag district on Wednesday, has said he felt blessed and that no body had opposed his decision to accept the Mutt offer.
- Recharge your skin on the weekends!(14:28)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANSlife) Being an 'urbanista' and on-the-move throughout the week is exciting, however, there are many environmental and lifestyle factors linked to city living that can be very harmful to our skin.
- Sharan-Sitak progress to last 8 of Delray Beach Open(14:28)
Florida, Feb 20 (IANS) India's number two doubles player and 2018 Asian Games gold medallist Divij Sharan along with his Kiwi partner Artem Sitak on Thursday defeated the Swede-French pair of Andre Goransson and Ugo Humbert 5-7, 6-4(10-7) to seal their quarterfinal slot in the Delray Beach Open.
- The art of resilience(14:27)
February 20 Feb 20 (IANSlife) The group exhibition titled "Bakhiya", being held at Threshold Art Gallery in the city till March 8 explores the resilience and tenacity of the human spirit to survive against seemingly insurmountable odds. Artists Achia Anzi, Gargi Raina, Priya Ravish Mehra, Rajendra Tiku, Rubaba Haider and Yael Bartana came together to share their stories of difficult journey and how they learned from the same.
- Sharjeel being taken to Assam, says his legal team(14:27)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) Sedition accused Sharjeel Imam was being taken to Assam, his legal team said and claimed that they have been kept in the dark about the development. They also raised questions about the Delhi Police Crime Branch's motive.
- How to maintain good sexual hygiene(14:27)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANSlife) Sexual hygiene is important for both partners. Sushma Tomar, Infertility Specialist and Endoscopic Surgeon, Fortis Hospital, Kalyan tells you what can be done to maintain optimum sexual health without being obsessive about it.
- Gajraj Rao, Jitendra Kumar reunite for TVF's 'Daddyji's Gift'(14:17)
Mumbai, Feb 20 (IANS) Actors Gajraj Rao and Jitendra Kumar, who are awaiting the release of their film "Shubh Mangal Zyada Saavdhan", are currently tickling the funny bone of the audience with their latest TVF's sketch "Conversations with Dad: Daddyjis Gift".
- IIT-M official caught filming student in toilet(14:15)
Chennai, Feb 20 (IANS) In a shocking incident, an IIT-M official was caught while making a video clip of a women's washroom on his cell phone while a Ph.D student was inside, police said on Thursday.
- India at 128th in global mobile broadband ranking: Ookla(14:15)
New Delhi, Feb 20 (IANS) India has been ranked 128th for mobile broadband and 66th for fixed broadband while mean download speeds on fixed broadband has slipped to 38.84 in January 2020 with minuscule improvement in mobile broadband to 11.58 Mbps, Ookla said in its Speedtest Global Index.