• Made in India

    Made in India

    An exhibition traces the fascinating journey of design development in the Indian subcontinent

  • Panel discussion on Dr BR Ambedkar reflects on his student years in New York

    Panel discussion on Dr BR Ambedkar reflects on his student years in New York

    A panel will reflect on the student years of Dr BR Ambedkar in New York to learn how those times went on to shape his worldview, and India's Constitution

  • If you're tired of the news, try a dose of funny news

    If you're tired of the news, try a dose of funny news

    If you're tired of the news, try a dose of funny news. The Bugle is a nine-year-old show, originally hosted by comedians Andy Zaltzman and John Oliver. When Oliver quit in 2004 to present Last Week Tonight, it stopped airing

  • New play aims to create awareness about child abuse

    New play aims to create awareness about child abuse

    A new play by a Pune-based Marathi group creates awareness about child abuse with the aim to give children the confidence to speak out

  • Upcoming two-day festival in Mumbai celebrates womanhood

    Upcoming two-day festival in Mumbai celebrates womanhood

    An upcoming festival wants you to take a two-day break from your drudgery and celebrate being a woman

  • Three young film personalities decode cool

    Three young film personalities decode cool

    What is it that makes something cool? The event, titled That’s Mumbai Cool, by Piramal Art Foundation will explore this question in the context of cinema after a session on food

  • Papon: I try to become the song

    Papon: I try to become the song

    Folk musician Papon’s new album is all about transcending genres

  • Writing workshop uses fragrances to help you tell a story

    Writing workshop uses fragrances to help you tell a story

    This weekend, head to a unique writing workshop, where fragrances inspire tales

  • A troupe from Mauritius to revive a folk dance that originated in Konkan

    A troupe from Mauritius to revive a folk dance that originated in Konkan

    Back in the nineteenth century, over 3.5 million Indians were shipped off to various colonies of the European powers as labour on sugarcane fields. These included a few workmen from the Konkan region, who migrated to Mauritius, the island in the southeast coast of Africa, famous for its pearly white beaches and turquoise sea

  • This interesting children's book will bring you the child in you

    This interesting children's book will bring you the child in you

    We found a children’s book that we just couldn’t put down. The Case Of The Missing Tiger Cub published by Good Earth is an enchanting read that brings out the child in you

  • Mumbai 360: Your weekday go&do guidebook

    Mumbai 360: Your weekday go&do guidebook

    Check out the new collection by designer duo Falguni and Shane Peacock. The label Peacock Bride will feature fusion crop tops and flowing digital skirts, cocktail gowns, cholis teamed with high waist skirts, saris and anarkali gowns, as well as Victorian lehengas

  • New play explores corporate life through the viewpoint of smokers

    New play explores corporate life through the viewpoint of smokers

    Dhumrapaan is the story of corporate life as heard from the smoking bay

  • Freezing faces since 1917

    Freezing faces since 1917

    Mumbai's old-world Indian Art Studio is one step away from making history. This Wednesday, it enters its 100th year, becoming the only photography space in the city to have sustained this legacy

  • Don Quixote gets a Tam-Brahm twist

    Don Quixote gets a Tam-Brahm twist

    In his debut novel Mr Iyer Goes To War, Ryan Lobo tips his hat to his literary idol Cervantes and his most famous creation Don Quixote

  • Where chawls stand tall next to Antilia

    Where chawls stand tall next to Antilia

    From a piece of a BDD chawl wall to the Ambani home reflected in newspaper cutouts, two artists on their idea of 'home'

  • Three instruments, different sounds

    Three instruments, different sounds

    The Kazoo, continuum fingerboard and slaperoo have arrived in India, thanks to AR Rahman and Sivamani

  • Unseen Mumbai, one frame at a time: Brabourne Stadium

    Unseen Mumbai, one frame at a time: Brabourne Stadium

    From its glory days as Mumbai’s premier cricket ground, this hallowed green turf is soaked in history and nostalgia, and having witnessed the greats of the gentleman’s game in their finest form

  • The Mumbai minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds

    The Mumbai minute: Plan your weekend in 60 seconds

    Enjoy a performance by artistes Giselle and Brendon as they present Jazz, Pop, RnB, Reggae and Rock and Roll. Be it your current favourite or an old classic...

  • Take a trip down memory lane at this board games session

    Take a trip down memory lane at this board games session

    Roll the dice, and get lucky at a board games session that trips on nostalgia

  • Photographer Mahesh Shantaram highlights the plight of Africans in India

    Photographer Mahesh Shantaram highlights the plight of Africans in India

    In January this year, an angry mob attacked a young Tanzanian woman in Bengaluru for no fault of hers. The state government denied that the attack was a racist one

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