English singer Robbie Williams has launched his own range of emojis on his new app called the RobbieMoji.
- Robbie Williams launches own emojis
- Neymar to lead Brazil in Rio Games
- Troian Bellisario slams Taylor Swift
- US dollar slumps on weak GDP report
- 'Harry Potter and the Cursed Child' set for Broadway
- Russian weightlifters barred from Rio Olympics
- Rajjat Barjatya passes away
- Sanjay Dutt says 'Munnabhai 3' to release in 2018
- No plan to return sports hostel, says Budhia
- Turkey dismantles barracks, airbase used by coup plotters
Get an accessible introduction to wisdom, read about the journey of a bank, immserse yourself into the moving story of a war's consequences and delve into the fantastical world of a bird. The IANS bookshelf has on offer a variety of volumes this weekend.
It was not a secret journey to be made in the dead of the night. It was rather a compulsion because chances of getting caught in Kashmir's continuing violence are lesser at night than during the day.
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- Indian scientists extend shelf-life of litchis
- Is data of students who applied at Delhi University being leaked?
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- Rejuvenate yourself with serenity, peace in the nature's lap
- 10,000 NGO registrations cancelled, foreign aid set to drop
- Mahasweta's last glance was all about life: Film-maker Joshy Joseph
Foreign funding for Indian non-governmental organisations (NGOs) doubled in 2014-15 over the previous year, but with 10,000 NGO registrations cancelled in 2015, foreign contributions are likely to drop, according the latest data on foreign contributions.
When filmmaker Joshy Joseph met his 'Mahasweta Didi' at the Intensive Care Unit of a Kolkata hospital a few days back, the eminent writer's eyes conveyed life, not death.
Barcelona forward Neymar will captain Brazil at the Rio 2016 Olympic football tournament, the team's head coach said on Friday.
Two of the biggest stars of Indian News TV -- Barkha Dutt and Arnab Goswami -- are now fighting in full public glare. The gloves are off. And how!
Balloons in blazing colours billow down the ceiling of the Democratic Convention arena in Philadelphia. Then the cameras pull back, enveloping the Obamas and the Clintons in a shower of confetti, as they walk away from the carnival.
It takes courage to ask for blood for someone else when you yourself are on the verge of death.