• 53 pc youth okay with paying bribes: MTV survey May 2, 2011

    New Delhi: With the UPA government in the dock over several scandals, and the Lokpal Committee meeting for the second time on Monday, MTV asked the youth, their views on corruption. The recent fight against corruption had India's youth passionately protesting in the streets, but not all of them practice...
  • Bollywood makes unique movies: Olivier Martinez March 14, 2011

    French actor Olivier Martinez, who was in Delhi to judge vintage cars, talks about his experience in India. ...
  • Miss Universe on a 10-day tour to India February 3, 2011

    New Delhi: The reigning Miss Universe Ximena Navarette from Mexico was in the capital on Wednesday for a charity tour celebrating the Girl Child, organised by designer Sanjana Jon. She is on a 10-day tour to India. CNN-IBN’s Pallavi Paul caught up with her for a chat about the cause,...
  • Art and more at the ongoing India Art summit January 22, 2011

    At the India Art summit on in the Capital, catch the Nano covered with mosaic tiles. ...
  • World's most expensive Indian painting January 20, 2011

    Curator Kiran Nadar unveiled the world's most expensive Indian painting valued at Rs 16.4 crore. ...
  • World's most expensive Indian painting January 20, 2011

    Curator Kiran Nadar unveiled the world's most expensive Indian painting valued at Rs 16.4 crore. ...
  • Students subject to racist attacks in Australia January 13, 2011

    Australian government is keen to reverse the negative effects of these attacks on its global image. ...
  • New Australian law leaves students in a lurch January 13, 2011

    Students work to support themselves while they wait for their fees to be refunded. ...
  • Master painter SH Raza on his India connect January 13, 2011

    Syed Haider Raza returned to India after spending nearly six decades in France. ...
  • Despite attacks Indians stay in Australia December 26, 2010

    Melbourne: It's been over a year since the attacks against Indians in Australia made headlines. Since then, the Australian government changed immigration laws, increased the police force, and started international student support groups. They have been successful in decreasing the number of attacks, but let's find out what happened to...
  • Indian students in Australia left in the lurch December 13, 2010

    Sydney:In the aftermath of the race attacks against Indians, the Australian authorities have clamped down on fraudulent schools and changed immigration laws, leaving many Indian students in the lurch. Jerry Stanley had come to Sydney from a small town in Calicut, Kerela, hoping to achieve his dreams. "I came here...
  • Franz Harare spreads his magic in India December 6, 2010

    World renowned magician Franz Harare shows some of his great magic tricks and talks about his visit to India. ...
  • Paintings by Tagore and other artists up for bids November 28, 2010

    New Delhi: An Indian auctioneer is set to put Rabindranath Tagore's paintings up for bids at an auction event named, 'Significant Indian Paintings' to be held in the capital later this month. The auction will put 69 paintings by some of the biggest Indian artists including Raja Ravi Varma, Rabindranath...
  • Raja Ravi Varma, Tagore works to be auctioned November 27, 2010

    New Delhi: "Significant Indian Paintings' is one of a kind auction to be held in the capital later this month that will put 69 paintings by some of the biggest Indian artists - including Raja Ravi Varma, Rabanindranath Tagore and an original letter from Francis Newton Souza - under the...
  • Meet TLC hosts Ian, Bobby and Kevin October 6, 2010

    Here are the popular hosts of TLC, India's leading lifestyle channel. ...