While most of the HBO Max originals will be going to Foxtel and Binge as part of an agreement with Warner Media, there is a weird quirk in the licencing deals in which Stan becomes the Australian streamer for Love Life, which drops on the service on Wednesday. … [Read more...] about Anna Kendrick’s Love Life is a frothy, easy-watching show
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Vadra, in the Facebook post, had taken a dig at the National Democratic Alliance government without naming it before the Monsoon session began on July 21. "Parliament begins and so do their petty diversionary political tactics... People of India are not fooled. Regret to see India led by such so-called leaders!!," Vadra had said in his post. … [Read more...] about Monsoon Session: Aggressive opposition forces adjournments in both houses
As the stars come out one by one, we swap stories about king cobras -- how they can rear their heads to a man's height; how their hiss sounds very much like a dog's growl and how they swallow their victims whole, just like pythons do. … [Read more...] about Face-to-face with a King Cobra!
And then we spot our first animals -- spotted deer or cheetals, but given that there are about 35,000 of them in this reserve alone, we quickly learn to ignore them. They are followed by langurs, a curious bunch, but possibly the most disciplined from the monkey family that you will ever see. They look at you curiously from a distance, but do not bother you at all. … [Read more...] about Oh, to catch a tiger, by its tale!
NEW DELHI: The once formidable party that held sway in Delhi for three terms, Congress failed to win a single seat for a second consecutive assembly election with its vote share plummeting further to a little over 4% and 63 of its 66 candidates losing security deposits. The outcome starkly brought out a severe organisational crisis, a disconnect with grassroots and the absence of credible leadership at state and national levels. Congress finds itself in a situation where it is not a political presence of any consequence and is unlikely to recover any time soon. Among those who lost their deposits included heavyweights like former Delhi ministers Haroon Yusuf and A K Walia and former Rajya Sabha MP Parvez Hashmi, among others. The three who barely managed to save their deposits were Arvinder Singh Lovely (Gandhi Nagar), Devender Yadav (Badli) and Abhishek Dutt (Kasturba Nagar). This is the same party that swept 52 out of 70 seats in 1998 and Sheila Dikshit formed the government. Dikshit … [Read more...] about Once Delhi’s hero, Congress again stays at zero