Depicting a sensuous Pooja Bedi in the shower, the 1991 ad was a landmark for being the first in India to show the contraceptive as a tool of pleasure.
A New York-based company is seeking FDA's nod to market cigarettes with 95% less nicotine than conventional ones.
Governments need to reflect on how policies may undermine people’s capacity to love and be loved and the long-term costs on public health and human happiness.
An incoherent mess from start to finish, this Sara Ali Khan and Kartik Aaryan film will leave you exhausted.
On World Radio Day, a look at how radio played an important role in Indian history.
A look at the life of Faiz Ahmed Faiz, on his 109th birth anniversary, as editor-in-chief of Pakistan Times and the poetry he wrote in prison.
The South Korean film, a dark comedy and commentary on class politics, also took home the Oscars for best international feature and best director.
No rule exists for achieving exceptional success because it usually requires doing something different or novel and there can be no recipe for such innovation.