Gionee M6S Plus review: Storage being taken to crazy levels

The battery too, is the best in the market.


Don't know what designers do? These Bengaluru students have a YouTube channel for you

Srishti TV aims to ‘humanise art and design in India’.


Vijay 61 to have month-long Europe schedule from May

Some important sequences including a song will be shot in this schedule.


The World Health Minute: Rs 600 cap on dengue, malaria tests; first new antibiotic in decades developed

600,000 litres of blood wasted in five years in India, Rape victims in the U.S. made to pay part of the medical bill, and more.

Tamil Nadu

Man with a golden heart: This Coimbatore doctor tells his patients to pay what they want

Dr Mahadevan has been treating HIV-positive persons for long, and donates a large portion of his fee to various causes.


Shankar and Gautham Menon laud Dhanush for making Power Pandi

The film’s box office collection in Chennai alone, during its second week, is Rs. 53.86 lakhs.


Chhota Rajan, three others get 7 years' jail in fake passport case

It is the first of the nearly 85 cases Rajan faces in which he has been convicted.


The Moderators: Meet Bengaluru company which filters disturbing images from the internet

These content moderators manually filter obscene and abusive content from the internet so you don't have to see them.

Tamil Nadu

Tamil Nadu's 'justice league' of school kids come together to shut down liquor shop

Seven-year-old Aakash and other students submitted a petition with 1,200 signatures demanding the wine shop’s closure.


I have faced racial abuse in India, such treatment gives rise to secessionism: Mizoram CM

The five-time CM said it is not only the common people but politicians at the national level who do not have a basic idea of India.


Aadhaar data leaked again: These 14 tweets on 'Aadhar Fail' paint a grim picture

Reportedly, Aadhaar data has been leaked at least 14 times by various government departments.


Even as Prabhas fans gear up for 'Baahubali', trailer of next film to release on April 28

Meanwhile, Baahubali is gearing up for a massive release, worldwide.


No matter what RBI says, many vendors are still rejecting Rs 10 coins

While the RBI has clearly stated the coins are valid, some traders and customers are still not willing to accept them.


From its inception to the struggle for Telangana: History of Osmania University as it turns 100

The University was first set up in 1917, under the rule of Nizam Osman Ali Khan.


Give clean drinking water for free, Bengaluru court orders cinemas, restaurants

Water is a basic necessity for human beings, observed the judge.


K Vishwanath bags Dada Saheb Phalke Award for contribution to Indian cinema

Vishwanath has directed over fifty films in his career and has acted in a number of films as well.


Give women dignity: Jyotika's speech on sexism in Tamil cinema, a much needed insider voice

"Why have a woman follow a hero around saying 'I love you, I love you'?" she asked.


Guess what could replace the finest cocoa beans in your chocolate? Jackfruit seeds!

Globally, farmers produce about 3.7 million tonnes of cocoa annually, but their estimated demand will grow to 4.5 million tonnes by 2020.


Amid severe cash crunch, Snapdeal vacates 60% of office space in Gurugram

Snapdeal has also vacated its 90-seat co-working space in Mumbai.

Tamil Nadu

TN social welfare department to shut 300 illegal children’s homes

There are a total of 1,113 registered homes for children in Tamil Nadu.


Consolidations continue in the ecommerce space: MobiKwik, FreeCharge explore merger

If the merger goes through, both digital wallet firms may have about 45-50% stake in the merged entity.

Tamil Nadu

Even with a PhD from IIT Madras, this visually impaired scientist can’t get the job he deserves

"I wanted to do research to find a cure for my disease. But this vision has been snatched away from me."


Maoists massacre 25 CRPF troopers in Chhattisgarh in three-hour gun battle

Prime Minister Narendra Modi described the deadly ambush in Sukma district as "cowardly and deplorable".


Zero Originality Chetan Bhagat? ‘One Indian Girl’ in plagiarism row, court orders stay on sale

Bengaluru-based author and research professional Anvita Bajpai has alleged similarities.