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Akshay Kumar, Virat Kohli, Mukesh Ambani pledge support to PM CARES to help fight Covid-19

Bollywood actors, sports personalities and corporate moguls — several celebrities contributed to Prime Minister Modi's PM CARES fund to aid the fight against Covid-19.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas | Nick Jonas | Twitter

Priyanka Chopra too Indian for US — despite attempts to fit in — and too American for India

Karwa Chauth couture to Jonas Brothers groupie, Priyanka Chopra is Modi’s India success story.
The Sky Is Pink

The Sky Is Pink review: Priyanka Chopra is the soul of this heartwarming, fun film

Shonali Bose's film is an emotionally wrenching yet bitingly funny exploration of family and death.

Pakistan demands Priyanka Chopra be removed as UN Goodwill Ambassador for Peace

Pakistan's human rights minister called for Priyanka Chopra's removal on the grounds that she publicly endorsed India's decision on Kashmir and "supported a nuclear threat".
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas in New Delhi | PTI

What Priyanka Chopra can teach Indian celebrity managers and brand gurus

Priyanka’s guiding mantra can be described in one term — ‘continuous reinvention’. Brand Priyanka has evolved at every stage.
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Smoker Priyanka Chopra had it coming for her double standards – asthma or not

Before Priyanka says ‘choice’ again, she should pick her ads carefully. Preferably, not ones with life-threatening diseases.
Bollywood actors Deepika Padukone and Ranveer Singh during their wedding ceremony | PTI

Neither NickYanka nor DeepVeer, this was the most searched wedding of India in 2018

There were quite a few headline-grabbing big fat celebrity weddings this year, but they were all trumped on Google Trends.
Sindoor and sneakers can go hand in hand, show Priyanka Chopra and Deepika Padukone

The four A-list weddings of the year give us an idea of the new feminism emerging in India

From Sonam Kapoor to Priyanka Chopra, there is an almost gleeful and defiant embrace of hyper-ritualistic ostentations.
Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas in New Delhi | PTI

Priyanka Chopra promotes feminist app Bumble while wearing thick sindoor and choodas

There’s something very unsettling about seeing Priyanka Chopra talk about choice and agency while wearing sindoor and choodas. Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas’ extravagant Jodhpur wedding has been the talk of the town all week. The global diva is already out there talking about tech investments and women empowerment in TV interviews, without wasting any time. But there’s just something very unsettling about watching Priyanka Chopra talk about choice, agency and rights for Indian women, while wearing thick red sindoor (vermillion) and choodas (sacred Hindu bangles). "Don't focus your energy so much on what people think of you, or what society says. Focus more on what your loved ones think of you. If we lived more in reality, life is really fairly simple": @priyankachopra's advice on love. Watch now on https://t.co/hMlRpgrUU6 and NDTV 24x7 pic.twitter.com/i3sbshsMNx — NDTV (@ndtv) December 5, 2018 These accessories have heavy religious connotations, and through time have become important check-marks for Indian uncles...

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Jails give Covid-19 parole: Can overstretched govt track prisoners’ movement and behaviour?

Prisons across India have begun to release inmates on parole after the Supreme Court directed to decongest jails to prevent the spread of coronavirus.


A Pakistan Air Force F-86 Sabre in the Gunsight of an Indian Air Force MiG-21 in the 1965 war. | Photo: Author's collection

‘For just a bloody cannon’: How a MiG-21 nearly took down a PAF Sabre on debut for IAF in 1965

The story of the debut of IAF’s MiG-21 in the 1965 India-Pakistan war and its memorable encounter with Pakistan Air Force's Sabres on 4 September.

Modi’s India isn’t Mao’s China. Silly forecasts assume we’ll let corona kill millions of us

There are many scary scenarios about how badly we Indians may be affected or how many killed by Covid-19. But they presume we will do nothing to influence our fates.