|THE DEN| Hey, I'm Rohan Saini, I'm from Ghaziabad, Uttar Pradesh. I am a professional photographer and filmmaker. I have been in the industry since 2015. I have shot a lot of music videos and travel videos for leading companies in India. I started as a photographer and I always wanted to be a landscape photographer since I started photography. It's been 6 years and I have come a long way and still, a path lies in front of me. The journey has been tremendous as I have learne
Ruchika Rawan|THE DEN A fierce debate has raged ever since a group of 17 media houses, including Indian news organisation ‘The Wire’, broke the story of snooping of eminent journalists, politicians, academicians, businessman, activist and students, by planting the Israeli-made pegasus spyware on their phones. Pegasus-An Israeli software, which can steal information from a cell phone without the owner’s knowledge developed by NSO Group Technologies who licences it only to gove
|THE DEN| Taking over from France, India assumed the rotating Presidency of the United Nations Security Council for the month of August. First time in over 75 year, the Indian Prime minister has presided over an event of the 15 member UN body. Prime Minister Narendra Modi chaired the debate on ‘Enhancing Maritime Security- A case for international cooperation’, through a video conference, at a meeting of the United Nation Security Council on August 9. India has been elected f
|THE DEN| Britney Spears, full name Britney Jean Spears, born on December 2, 1981, in McComb, Mississippi, is an American singer who helped launch the teen-pop phenomenon in the
late 1990s and later faced significant public attention for her chaotic personal life. "I want my life back,"Britney Spears told a LA court, referring to the "abusive" supervision of her business and personal life. Since 2008, when she suffered a public mental health crisis, her career has been in th
|THE DEN| India’s telecom industry has always been the realm of the big guns of the country. From Tata to Birla, everyone has given it a shot. The industry catering to a market of 1.38 billion wit multiple connections is a gold mine. Airtel, Vodafone & Idea have reaped the fruits of telecom since decades but it all went into a state of turmoil as soon as India’s richest man set eyes on it. “Mukesh Ambani led Reliance industries entered the telecom industry with its Jio netwo
|THE DEN| Just like a Tragic love story, Barcelona and Lionel Messi’s 21 year love affair has been broken by the cold, hard logic of debt. On August 5, a news came which shattered many hearts of Barca fans as Lionel Messi will not continue at Barcelona due to “financial and structural obstacles”. The 34 years old Messi even offered to reduce salary by 50 % but La Liga’s strict financial rules made it impossible for Barcelona to keep Tearful goodbye!! Lionel Messi broke down
|THE DEN| Aged 95 years, is the World’s Oldest Monarch still the best politician ? The sun never sets on the British empire Of the almost 200 member countries of the UN, the British have surprisingly never invaded only the following 22 countries. Andorra | Belarus |Bolivia | Burundi | Central African Republic | Chad | Republic of Congo | Guatemala | Ivory Coast | Kyrgyzstan | Liechtenstein | Luxembourg | Mali | Marshall Islands | Monaco | Mongolia | Paraguay | Sao Tome and Pr
|THE DEN| After a year-long delay amid the Covid-19 pandemic, finally the Tokyo Olympics fired up on July 23, 2021. Faster, higher, stronger - Together India sent a large contingent of 127 participants from 18 sports to the Tokyo Olympics. But Wait! Did you know? Hundreds of demonstrators took to streets in Tokyo to protest against the Olympics since the International Olympic Committee and the Japanese Prime Minister announced the hosting of games irrespective of the coronavi
|THE DEN| Blue Origin was established by Jeff Bezos in September 2000 six years after he founded Amazon. For a decade, the spaceflight company operated quietly, mostly hidden from public view. Blue Origin proceeded to develop its own spacecraft, which including New Shepard, which is meant to transport passengers and payloads to suborbital space on short journeys. The 59-foot-tall (18-meter) spacecraft is named after NASA astronaut Alan Shepard, whose suborbital mission on May
|THE DEN| On July 22, a group of 200 farmers arrived at Jantar Mantar in New Delhi to start the first session of the “Kisan Sansad”, as part of their eight-month-long protest against the three contentious farm laws passed by the Central government in September last year. It was decided that this practice will continue till the end of Monsoon session scheduled on August 13. Nevertheless, the Delhi government and police agreed to let farmers hold the Kisan Sansad till August 9
The Centre has denied all allegations of snooping and illegal surveillance against the government made by petitioners seeking in connection with the Pegasus row. The Centre filed a two-page affidavit before Supreme Court in the Pegasus matter.
Balkh police chief Zia Ul Haq Toofan told RFE/RL's Radio Azadi on August 3 that the young woman was shot dead by Taliban extremists in the village of Samar Qandian, which is controlled by the militant group. Adil Shah Adil, a police spokesman in Balkh, told Radio Azadi on August 4 that the victim was named Nazanin and that she was 21 years old. Adil said the woman was attacked after she left her house and was about to board a vehicle to travel to Balkh’s capital Mazar-e Shari
Go First and Star Air on Sunday offered free travel to all six Indian athletes and the men's hockey team who won medals at the Tokyo Olympics. In a statement on Sunday, Star Air said it will be its "privilege to offer our Tokyo Olympic champions a lifetime of free air travel".
The Security Operations Control Centre (SOCC) at the IGI airport found out that a similar threat message was received in the recent past. The earlier message also carried the names of the same couple and a similar language detailing the bomb threat.
Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani on Sunday said his government completed development works worth over Rs 10 lakh crore in the state in the last five years, and this was achieved as the government remained committed to transparency and decisiveness. Speaking at a function to mark the completion of his five years as chief minister, Rupani said his government had taken 1,700 to 1,800 decisions in nearly 1,800 days under his watch as the CM.