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21 February, 2015 12:33 AM VR is the future, but it looks stupid right now

New technologies usually take a few stumbles before finding their winning stride. Decades went by before the boxy and cumbersome form factor of early mobile phones chiseled down to the appealing standard we see in devices like the LG G Flex 2 and iPhone 6 today. Similarly, today's VR headsets face a long road of trial and error ahead of them. While the majority 262

15 February, 2015 10:33 AM Shahid Afridi caught giving love bites to Ahmed Shehzad! Watch creepy yet funny video

In the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 fourth match clash India vs Pakistan, Shahid Afridi remains to be one of most popular players to play in the cricketing universe. Be it his charismatic personality or his flamboyance nature on or off the field, he wins everyone’s heart including his opponents. One more thing Boom Boom Afridi is associated apart from huge sixes 47

14 February, 2015 3:57 PM We admire Indian players but losing to them is not an option | The Indian Express

I am among the few lucky ones who have managed to get tickets for what is the biggest match of the World Cup for us. But I have been freaking out. I even told my husband to swap these tickets for another match, maybe the one against South Africa. As a Pakistani fan who has endured several painful defeats to India at the World Cup, I won’t be able to witness 38

13 February, 2015 10:26 PM Pawar keeps himself in the reckoning

At a time when several top NCP leaders are under the scanner for multicrore corruption charges, Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s planned visit to Nationalist Congress Party chief Sharad Pawar’s stronghold Baramati on Saturday has fuelled intense speculation in Maharashtra. Mr. Modi had given a clarion call to wipe out the Pawars from State politics during 17

13 February, 2015 3:42 AM ‘Irshad Kamil’ | The Indian Express

With the release of his book of poems, Ek Mahina Nazmon Ka, lyricist IRSHAD KAMIL on the creatives of writing poetry and lyrics for films. Poetry is a free process, it is like flying in the sky. Writing songs too is similar to flying in the sky but within limits, as there are a number of factors to be taken into account. Q.2 What was your experience 51

12 February, 2015 11:19 AM Modi should take responsibility of BJP's defeat in Delhi

Narendra Modi has a problem on his hands. The initials of the problem are not AK, suffixed with any number (49 or 67), but NM. Modi, in some ways, is his own worst enemy. There are two reasons for this. One stems from the zero difference between Modi 2014 and Modi 2015. We saw an extraordinary politician rise before our eyes between December 2012 and May 2014, and a capable 7

12 February, 2015 9:30 AM AAP volunteers hope party will spread across India

New Delhi, Feb 12: Anuj Bansal's work at the AAP office here involves answering telephonic queries regarding donations to the party and overseeing collection of cheques from donors across Delhi. Since Tuesday he has also been answering numerous calls from all over the country on when the Aam Aadmi Party will open a unit in their state. "This has become 24

3 February, 2015 7:05 AM Shamitabh is not a tribute to my voice, there is nothing special about my voice | The Indian Express

He may have the most unmistakable voice in India but Amitabh Bachchan, whose baritone will play a crucial role in his upcoming film ‘Shamitabh’, says he has a very normal voice and there is nothing special about it. (Must read: Amitabh Bachchan on Shamitabh and turning commentator for India-Pak match) The 72-year-old actor denies that the R Balki-directed 36

31 January, 2015 7:30 PM A tale of two owls and why one thrives | The Indian Express

For one, it’s the best of times, for the other, the worst. Yet, both are similar — small, dumpy, round-headed, golden-eyed owlets, dressed in beige-brown plumage marked in white. One has icing sugar spots on its head, the other doesn’t. Both have fairly similar diets — frogs, insects, rats, lizards, and the like. One is so common, it’s considered a species 6

23 January, 2015 8:13 PM Censor board chief Pahlaj Nihalani: Time to snip nudity on TV, web

NEW DELHI: There is too much nudity on television and internet which should be controlled feels the new Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani. Days after taking charge as chairman of the Central Board of Film Certification (CBFC) Nihalani said that there was "double standards" in judging films vis-a-vis TV shows which should be "corrected." The Bollywood 178