Nimish is a freelance writer based in New Delhi. He writes about technology, books, sports and everything else
The Rolling Stones latest album, Blue & Lonesome, hit the airwaves and download zones a few days ago; it is their first studio album since 2005.
He saw himself as the successor of Jose Marti Perez, the author and poet, who many called the “Apostle of Cuban Independence.”
Many of us have been able to handle the demonetisation crisis well. Many have not. The former have no right to poke fun at the latter, abuse them or call them unpatriotic because they are facing legitimate problems.
We decided to go all filmy, Bollywood ishtyle, as we pondered what some of the greatest films would have said about Arnab Goswami's sudden departure!
Arsenal under Arsene Wenger are a reminder that football is a visual sport, that it can be beautiful and breathtaking even without goals being scored.
Not too many have blended art, philosophy, social causes and every day life into a single lyrical narrative as often and as effectively as Dylan has.
Dressed in what had become a trademark black turtleneck and jeans, a single man still held the tech world in thrall every time he came on stage
Bruce Springsteen who started as a poor man's Bob Dylan, today, he occupies a place in rock and roll that is very much his own.
India will touch the 500 Test Match mark when it takes the field against New Zealand at Kanpur.
Chris Gayle is charismatic, confident, big hitting and a word records demolisher and these aspects ooze out in his autobiography.
Love him or hate him, the only way in which you could ignore Michael Jackson was by claiming loss of sense and literacy.
Rio Olympics 2016: Indian sport's biggest problem is not officials and politicians. It is the Casual Sports Fan who is there for the noise made by celebration and for the outrage.
Australia arrived in India via Dubai the men from Down Under dug deeper in the desert to conquer their spin demons.