Shah Jahan's urs to begin on Tuesday

Agra , May 1

The 361st annual urs of Mughal emperor Shah Jahan, who built the Taj Mahal to immortalise his love for his queen Mumtaz Mahal, will begin Tuesday.

The return of the spectre: Is Karl Marx relevant today?

New Delhi No other ideology has been so villified or pursued so assiduously, viewed with so much promise when implemented or junked most readily and enthusiastically when it ran into trouble, and above all, so misunderstood or misused as the one propounded by this 19th century German thinker. But what did Karl Marx actually propose, did it have any worth and more importantly, does it it still relevant in our times?

Sikh art exhibit to spread awareness about identity in US

New Delhi , May 1

Even 15 years after 9/11, Sikhs in the US feel they are more likely to face profiling, bigotry and backlash than the average American because of the two symbols of their distinct identity - beard and turban.

Tales of love, greed and travel

New Delhi

How strong is the opposite attraction? Here is a tale of two extreme people from different professional world meeting - and love blossoms; a story of two childhood sweethearts living in Trinidad who fall apart with time and again come together to face the harsh realities.