View: After the tumult in the state elections, BJP turns vulnerable in Delhi
The BJP’s allies would feel emboldened and put the squeeze on the NDA leader for greater concessions. Modi’s passive critics within the BJP would turn more aggressive.
First evidence of Julius Caesar's invasion of Britain unearthed
London, Nov 29 (IANS) Archaeologists have discovered evidence showing that Roman statesman and general Julius Caesar first invaded Britain in 54 BC.
New Year resolutions were started by Babylonians: Here's a round-up of some fascinating rituals across the world
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Viraj Kalyani's book recommendations: 'The Fifth Discipline', 'Julius Caesar'
The founder and chairman of Kalyani Studio looks for inspiration within the pages of a book .
Filmmaker Michael Moore donates $10,000 to NYC's Shakespeare in the Park
The director decided to step in and help out after the theater company lost funding from sponsors due to its controversial 'Julius Caesar' production.
A 77-year-old former Supreme Court judge has Google and Amazon very tense
Srikrishna is leading the effort to draft new data-privacy laws that will regulate how tech giants from the US operate in the nation of 1.3 billion.
View: As the US wrecks the rules-based order it once led, Europe only twiddles its thumbs
If the Iran deal is off, Tehran would return to its nuclear bomb building, and be targeted by Israeli preemptive strikes. That could lead to a much bigger war.
Sharad Yadav dismisses Nitish Kumar's petition to disqualify him from Rajya Sabha
In his 202-page reply submitted on Saturday, Yadav has questioned the credentials of the Nitish camp to accuse him of ‘voluntarily giving up party membership.
Food for thought! Viraj Kalyani turns to William Shakespeare for some inspiration
The founder and chairman of Kalyani Studio says the Bard has influenced him greatly.
New people in UPL top boss Jaidev Shroff's fight with estranged wife Poonam Bhagat: Caesar's wife & Brutus
A history lesson on newest people mentioned in the Shroff-Bhagat feud: Caesar’s wife & Brutus.
Not just air: The gassy origins and basis of our world and civilisation (Book Review)
Title: Caesar's Last Breath; Author: Sam Kean; Publisher: Doubleday/Penguin Random House UK; Pages: 384; Price: Rs 699
From Kennedy to Gandhi, the most shocking assassinations through the ages
Kim Jong-un’s step-brother Kim Jong-nam was recently assassinated with poison at the Kuala Lumpur airport.
Viraj Kalyani uses physics to define life and business philosophies
Viraj (nephew of Bharat Forge chairman Baba Kalyani) was brought up with a sense of destiny to take on the spurs of Kalyani Forge.
Things you should know about the Roman philosopher quoted by Smriti Irani in her speech
Marcus Tullius Cicero was an exemplary orator, who prized the idea of the republic above everything else.
Brexit: It’s the end of Europe as we know it
Europe has always been at war with itself. The Pax Romana never fully pacified the Germanic tribes. Strife was frequent through the Middle Ages.