From child actor to leading lady of the swinging sixties, Nanda was an invaluable part of several Hindi and Marathi hits.
Gemini Ganesan, the King of Romance, was a voracious reader who did not own a single romantic novel.
A.P. Singh has vehemently defended all four 16 December gang-rape convicts right until the very end, even involving the NHRC and the ICJ.
Born on 16 March 1929, AK Ramanujan was a poet, scholar, translator & playwright who introduced a brilliant insight into the Indian ways of thinking with a seminal 1989 essay.
On his 15th death anniversary, Ustad Vilayat Khan’s disciple Dharambir Singh remembers the life, legacy and motivations of the fascinating genius.
Shivakumar has remained with the Congress since his student days. He’s feared by opponents, and the H.D. Deve Gowda family considers him their nemesis.
4-time MP Jyotiraditya Scindia had been with Congress for 18 yrs, having joined the party after father Madhavrao Scindia's death. He had been a minister during both UPA stints.
K. Asif was directing a film that would’ve been even grander than his 1960 magnum opus Mughal-e-Azam. But he died on 9 March 1971, and the film remained incomplete.
For nearly a year between 2018 and 2019, Ajay Bhushan Pandey handled 3 crucial positions — revenue secretary, CEO of UIDAI & chairman of GST Network.
On his 25th death anniversary, a look at the life of Hindi cinema's favourite upright, ethical police officer.