Stashed carefully beneath copies of 'Hindu Rashtra Darshan' and 'Deceiving Voters 101' would be a yellowed and well-thumbed copy of 'Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows' – highlighted pages and all.
The film brings to life the underbelly of the 'City of Joy' and its mad hustle for a powdered substance.
Behind the magical tale is a deep layer of linguistic meaning.
Our intense need to curate our digital personality has become an epidemic of free speech.
When you trust someone, you end up figuring out whether your trust was justified or not.
A women-specific anything is likely just a bad idea because humans come in lots of different shapes and sizes.
Today’s red carpet scene is as exciting as it is uninteresting.