Monthly Archives: December 30, 2013

My Five-Word Love Story: He Only Loved My Money

My Five-Word Love Story: He Only Loved My Money

I was living a life all of us yearn for: it was like Elysium; there were people to fulfil all my wishes, however childish they were. This might sound like hyperbole but I seriously believe my parents and brothers would have even brought me moon on a silver platter had I asked for it. The

Far From Closing, Mollah’s Execution Opens New Bloody Chapter

The death sentence, supposed to close the chapter and heal 42-year-old wounds, has led to a sharp polarisation in the country with opposition claiming that the execution was politically motivated, says Adil Riyaz Bangladesh burns as rampaging activists of Jamat-i-Islami party clash with pro-government activists and police across the length and breadth of the country.

In Pictures: ‘Where Are Our Loved Ones?’

On the occasion of International Human Rights Day, sit-ins and demonstrations were held across Kashmir valley Tuesday to protest the human rights abuses, allegedly at the hands of Indian forces, during more than two-decade-old bloody conflict. The organizers of Haqeeqat-e-Kashmir – a parallel concert held earlier this year to oppose conductor Zubin Mehta’s Shalimar Garden

Farooq Abdullah “Scared To Talk To Women”

Farooq Abdullah, who is often being criticised by people in his home state, Jammu and Kashmir, for dancing with Bollywood beauties, has whipped up a controversy by saying that “we should not keep women secretaries”. While commenting on on the former Supreme Court judge AK Ganguly sexual harassment case, the Union New and Renewable Energy Minister