Payal Ghosh: Anurag Kashyap got naked in front of me (IANS Interview)
Shweta Tripathi: No one is forcefully putting drugs in our mouths! (IANS Interview) (Lead)
'ECOSOC win would help India establish itself as lighthouse of the South' (IANS Interview)
Ellie Goulding: It takes a lot of work to be a star (IANS Interview)
  • Ellie Goulding: It takes a lot of work to be a star (IANS Interview)(07:02)
    By Natalia Ningthoujam
    New Delhi, Sep 17 (IANS) Ellie Goulding is a globally popular singer, who won two BRIT Awards and has been nominated for Grammy and Golden Globe awards in the past. The road to stardom has not been easy for the singer, who admits not always having a huge amount of confidence.
Riding High: Honda2Wheeler sees healthy Sep dispatches, southern support (IANS Interview, Lead)
Navjot Sidhu an asset to Cong: Harish Rawat (IANS Interview)
  • Navjot Sidhu an asset to Cong: Harish Rawat (IANS Interview)(18:35)
    By Syed Moziz Imam
    New Delhi, Sep 16 (IANS) In an organisational reshuffle, former Uttarakhand Chief Minister and Congress General Secretary Harish Rawat has been appointed as the In-charge of the party's Punjab unit. After taking over the new role, he has met Chief Minister Amarinder Singh and dissenting MPs including Partap Singh Bajwa.
Riding High: Honda2Wheelers sees healthy Sep dispatches, southern support (IANS Interview)
'365 Days' star Michele Morrone: I don't mind being ugly on screen (IANS interview)
  • '365 Days' star Michele Morrone: I don't mind being ugly on screen (IANS interview)(09:02)
    BY NATALIA NINGTHOUJAM
    New Delhi, Sep 15 (IANS) Italian actor Michele Morrone caused a stir on social media after his erotic film 365 Days released digitally earlier this year. While women are in awe of his good looks, he says he does not mind being ugly for a film, as it is more important to be an artiste rather than a sexy man.
Tata Realty looks to increase share of commercial portfolio (IANS Interview)
  • Tata Realty looks to increase share of commercial portfolio (IANS Interview)(13:06)
    By Rituraj Baruah
    New Delhi, Sep 13 (IANS) Buoyed by healthy leasing demand, and the traction for data centres, Tata Realty & Infrastructure (TRIL) plans to focus more on the commercial segment and increase the share of commercial assets and take the portfolio to 45 million square feet, said the MD and CEO Sanjay Dutt.
Of Shelley, Covid and bringing Italy and India closer (IANS Interview)
  • Of Shelley, Covid and bringing Italy and India closer (IANS Interview)(15:14)
    By Vishnu Makhijani
    New Delhi, Sep 12 (IANS) Percy Bysshe Shelley was a poet of the Romantic era who had inspired Mahatma Gandhi. Now, his 'Ode To The West Wind' written two centuries ago, Covid-19, an Italian director and an Indian producer have come together for "Human O.A.K.", a short film that is "absolutely poetic, something delicate, something that speaks about the pandemic but in a gentle way".
Of opportunities, creativity and focus in taking businesses forward (IANS Interview)
  • Of opportunities, creativity and focus in taking businesses forward (IANS Interview)(16:02)
    By Vishnu Makhijani
    New Delhi, Sep 10 (IANS) Opportunity favours the prepared mind. Creative, focused individuals who know how to collaborate with other individuals with complimentary talents thrive in adverse circumstances like Covid -- that's the message of a new book, "The Victory Project - Six Steps to Peak Potential" (Penguin). Its co-authors,
Running Delhi Metro at current low-capacity not financially viable: DMRC Chief (IANS INTERVIEW)
Delhi Metro to allow only 1/4th of pre-Covid crowd: DMRC Chief (IANS Interview)
  • Delhi Metro to allow only 1/4th of pre-Covid crowd: DMRC Chief (IANS Interview)(17:04)
    By Aakanksha Khajuria
    New Delhi, Sep 9 (IANS) With lifeline of the national capital region, the Delhi Metro, resuming its service after a hiatus of more than five-and-a-half-months, Managing Director of DMRC, Mangu Singh, spoke about the challenges faced in the first two days of resumption, measures in place to ensure safety of commuters, crowd control, penalties, among other issues.
Completing 50 yrs as MLA, Chandy stands tall among Kerala leaders (IANS Interview)
Satyarthi: Pandemic will spike child labour, trafficking & slavery (IANS Interview)
  • Satyarthi: Pandemic will spike child labour, trafficking & slavery (IANS Interview)(18:09)
    By Anindya Banerjee
    New Delhi, Sep 8 (IANS) The COVID-19 pandemic will result in "most definite and substantial increase" in child labour, child trafficking and slavery across the world, warned Nobel Laureate Kailash Satyarthi as he prepares to send an SOS tomoroow in a global event called 'Laureates and Leaders for Children Summit 2020' attended by the global who's who including WHO director general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus and the Dalai Lama along with prime Ministers and presidents of different nations.
Of tricks of trade a veteran diplomat picked up from his peers (IANS Interview)
Airports, airlines being audited on safety, financial health: DGCA chief (IANS Interview)
Trying to learn whatever I can from Kumble sir at Kings XI: Bishnoi (IANS interview)
Sandip Ssingh:
  • Sandip Ssingh: "Had no option but to release my chats with Sushant, Meetu didi (IANS interview)(07:08)
    BY AHANA BHATTACHARYA
    Mumbai, Sep 7 (IANS) Bollywood producer Sandip Ssingh, who had claimed he shared a close bond with late actor Sushant Singh Rajput, drew flak when the family of the late actor said they did not know him, and it emerged that Ssingh did not even meet or call Sushant in almost a year before his death on June 14. Ssingh has now released WhatsApp chats with Sushant and his family, claiming he did this to clear his stand.
Anuradha Roy finds solitude in the Kumaon Himalayas (IANS Interview)
  • Anuradha Roy finds solitude in the Kumaon Himalayas (IANS Interview)(17:59)
    By Vishnu Makhijani
    New Delhi, Sep 6 (IANS) Living far from the madding crowds in the cantonment town of Ranikhet in the Kumaon Himalayas that provides her solitude, "it's hard to believe" the number of distant readers her books have found, says Anuradha Roy, whose novel, "All The Lives We Never Lived" has been shortlisted for the 100,000 euros (Rs 86 lakh) International Dublin Literary Award 2020, the world's richest for a single work of fiction published in English.
'Once economic normalcy returns, will have favourable view of rewarding shareholders' (IANS Interview)
Pak-born Haneef exposes hypocrisy of country's blasphemy laws (IANS Interview)
  • Pak-born Haneef exposes hypocrisy of country's blasphemy laws (IANS Interview)(15:04)
    By Vishnu Makhijani
    New Delhi, Sep 5 (IANS) Author Osman Haneef, son of a diplomat, was born in Pakistan but grew up in different cities in Asia, Australia, Europe, and the Middle East. This largely shaped his liberal outlook and has translated into a novel that points to the hypocrisy of a country's laws that are ostensibly meant to prevent blasphemy but in reality are perverted to target the innocent.
From pits to paved roads, Bihar sees major transformation: Nand Kishore Yadav (IANS Interview)
  • From pits to paved roads, Bihar sees major transformation: Nand Kishore Yadav (IANS Interview)(19:58)
    By Manoj Pathak
    Patna, Sep 3 (IANS) Until a few years ago, Bihar was known for roads filled with pits or pits filling the roads. Tall claims were made to build roads similar to 'Hema Malinis cheeks'. Today Bihar Road Construction Minister and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Nand Kishore Yadav claims that not only do the villages have paved roads but Bihar has become the first state where a 'maintenance policy' has been formulated to repair roads.
States to get 2 years for DBT, a/cs with discoms to be used: Power Minister (IANS Interview)
Unravelling life and times of Parveen Babi for new generations (IANS Interview)
  • Unravelling life and times of Parveen Babi for new generations (IANS Interview)(14:20)
    By Vishnu Makhijani
    New Delhi, Aug 31 (IANS) Parveen Babi truly lived life king-size, redefining the manner in which actresses portrayed themselves on the big screen, being cast in over 50 films with every Bollywood A-lister worth the name; appearing on the cover of TIME magazine and recovering from two mental breakdowns but in the end, dying a lonely death -- sadly, just a name for the present day Hindi film industry and cine-goers alike.