The rescue effort took ten hours before the animal was successfully cornered and tranquilised
The radical nationalist was reported to have died in a plane crash at the end of the Second World War. But, as Leila Nathoo reports from Delhi, he still haunts the corridors of power
'The death toll has risen to 37. At least 24 others are admitted to hospital for treatment'
Beyonce wearing a 'mattha-patti' on her face is like you putting on a tie seven inches higher than it should be
‘This is a rarest of rare case owing to the brutality inflicted on the victim. So the death penalty is justified’
Successive governments have left out in the cold elderly war heroes and other British citizens retiring to mainly former Commonwealth countries
Full of queues and stress, airports aren't always a flyaway success. But look closer - you might be surprised
Read Sahota's compelling second novel and you will vow, from now on, to clean up your own mess
When he left India in the 1970s, Zareer Masani considered himself to be a sexual migrant, fleeing a country where being gay was – and technically still is – a crime. But, on a recent trip home, he discovered that, while legal battles simmer, attitudes are finally changing
The writing allegelly included warnings about a terror attack during Tuesday’s nationwide Republic Day celebrations
From rigmarole and doolally to khazi and Sassenach...
A five-episode, time-travelling tale is stuffed with jaw-dropping twists
The case comes just days after another rape survivor killed herself over another Whatsapp video in the same region
In a country where racy kissing scenes are censored, the interview with former porn star prompted messages of both support and vitriol
Plans for a celebratory lunch for a group of NGO workers ends in humiliation, tears and embarrassment
...but it takes a special kind of bottle to complement a curry. Leila Nathoo enters the Sula Vineyards tasting room