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    There’s more to the wink than Priya Prakash Varrier

    No one had heard of Priya Prakash Varrier until the 18-year-old in an attempt to grab attention of her classmate raises her eyebrow and winks, flooring not just the boy, but the entire nation. Overnight this upcoming star turned into a ‘National Crush’. And just recently, Congress Party President Rahul Gandhi after his impromptu hug to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi came under sharp criticism after his wink to fellow Congress leader

  • EPL 2018 Manchester City vs Huddersfield at Etihad Stadium: FPJ’s dream XI prediction for Manchester City and Huddersfield

    The defending champions Manchester City will play their first match against Huddersfield at 19th August 2018. The match will start at 6 pm (IST). Manchester City will be without Kevin De Bruyne for around three months after the midfielder sustained a knee injury in training on Wednesday. But David Silva has trained this week and could be available. Danilo remains out because of his ankle injury.

  • Sex and the City: Girl stalker, a shocker!

    Q: A girl I met at a friend’s place and who I have no interest in, has been stalking me by sending sexual voice messages on WhatsApp. I blocked her on WhatsApp and then she called from another number and told me that she dreams of having sex with me. While this could be viewed as flattering, I feel anxious with the stalking. I have no interest in her at all and

  • World Photography Day 2018: How to ace the photography game with your phone

    Before selfies and social media invaded our lives, there was only the humble little camera at every home, that used to snap happy faces and beautiful happenings. In the current age of Instagram and Snapchat, the definition of photography is somewhat restricted to hashtags and filters. The advent of smartphones has seen the rise of social media photographers who are making a mark by using their devices. “Nowadays, phones do a great

  • From absurdist to absurd: The spurious case of VS Naipaul

    We may never see the likes of VS Naipaul again. May we never see the likes of VS Naipaul again,” Hamid Dabashi sums up his obituary of VS Naipaul with these strong words. Let us unpack this statement. We may not see someone dribbling with English prose with the ease that Naipaul did, for the dedication required to the craft is on a wane with a rapidly reducing attention span. If Dabashi

  • There is action in inaction and inaction in action

    Are you really not doing anything when you are not doing anything? No, there’s no misprint here, you read it correctly. I repeat; think and answer – Are you really not doing anything when you are not doing anything?

  • Chicago: Stunning view from the top

    NEETA KOLHATKAR explores the skyscraper-lined skyline of the windy city and is impressed

  • Beware of what you share on social media

    The next time you have an irresistible urge to share your personal details, or pictures, on social media, pause and think of the consequences, suggests Manoj Soral

  • Imran takes oath as Pakistan Prime Minister

    Islamabad : Imran Khan was sworn in as Pakistan’s new prime minister on Saturday, officially taking over the charge of power in the corruption-affected country nearly 22 years after the former cricket hero entered politics to transform the corruption-affected country into an Islamic welfare state.

  • US to play key role to end Korean war, bring peace: North

    Seoul : North Korea has said that the United States would play a key role in formally declaring the end of the over six-decades-old Korean War and paving the way for long-lasting peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula.