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  • The recognition feels astonishing: Anuradha Roy

    The recognition feels astonishing: Anuradha Roy

    Three questions with Anuradha Roy, 2015 Booker Prize Longlist, nominee

  • "Mumbai is most receptive to ideas"

    "Mumbai is most receptive to ideas"

    In the third part of our series on resident non-Indians living in Mumbai, we speak with two Americans from diverse backgrounds architect and photographer Robert Stephens and Daniel Weber, manager/husband of adult film-actress-turned-Bollywood-star Sunny Leone

  • Tribute: Music notes from APJ Abdul Kalam

    Tribute: Music notes from APJ Abdul Kalam

    Durga Jasraj recalls some of her fond memories of late President APJ Abdul Kalam with Narendra Kusnur that offer insight into his passion for music

  • Dr L Subramaniam, Kavita Krishnamurthy on music and more

    Dr L Subramaniam, Kavita Krishnamurthy on music and more

    Dr L Subramaniam and Kavita Krishnamurthy open up about their long-term musical partnership, touring for concerts with family and collaborating for the upcoming film, 'Gour Hari Dastaan'

  • Mumbai's Potterheads pick their favourite Harry Potter book

    Mumbai's Potterheads pick their favourite Harry Potter book

    On JK Rowling’s 50th birthday, we subject Potterheads to the daunting task of having to choose their favourite Harry Potter book from the series

  • Bangarang hitmaker Skrillex to tour India

    Bangarang hitmaker Skrillex to tour India

    Indian Electronic music fans have been lucky enough to witness concerts by several massive names of the industry

  • Kolkata's learned minds take on sellers of sex products

    Kolkata's learned minds take on sellers of sex products

    A libido-enhancing oil's growing admiration and other similar potency medicines are the reason behind the Kolkata intelligentsia's sour mornings

  • News for the people, by the people

    News for the people, by the people

    A young team of four in Sion is making journalists out of everyone

  • Remembering the legendary Jim Corbett

    Remembering the legendary Jim Corbett

    On British hunter and tracker-turned-conservationist, Jim Corbett's 60th birth anniversary, we present some interesting trivia about the namesake for the Jim Corbett National Park

  • Art beat in Mumbai

    Art beat in Mumbai

    In the second part of our series on non-Indian professionals living in Mumbai, we speak with French artiste and fashion photographer, Fabien Charuau, who credits the city for inspiring him to become an artist; and owner of fashion and home store (Le Mill), Cecilia Morelli Parikh, who embraced Mumbai after her marriage

  • When Svetlana Savitskaya became the first woman to walk in space

    When Svetlana Savitskaya became the first woman to walk in space

    Svetlana Savitskaya, a former Soviet aviator and cosmonaut, became the first woman to perform a space walk on July 25, 1984. We revisit similar milestones that have occured during the space age over the years

  • Birthday special: Collaborating with Jennifer Lopez

    Birthday special: Collaborating with Jennifer Lopez

    As Jennifer Lopez, one of the biggest international Pop stars, turns a year older, Dhara Vora invites choreographers to pick a song that they’d like to choreograph for her. Adding to the celebration, designers Nikhil Thampi and Neeta Lulla speak about their dream outfits for the diva

  • Coming home with Anoushka Shankar

    Coming home with Anoushka Shankar

    Sitar player and daughter of one of the most gifted musicians India has ever produced, Anoushka Shankar is back with a new album, Home

  • Mars is our only hope: Stephen Petranek

    Mars is our only hope: Stephen Petranek

    In 20 years, we’ll be living on Mars. We have no choice. Panicking? Stephen Petranek’s new book is your comforter

  • Meet Danish Shiekh, the charisma coach

    Meet Danish Shiekh, the charisma coach

    Danish Sheikh’s intention is to get people to connect to strangers. But first, he needs to raise a reporter’s charm

  • Playing with bondage

    Playing with bondage

    Director Sumedh Sarojini talks of the tricky business of staging David Ives’ widely acclaimed masochist play, Venus in Fur in India

  • Home away from home

    Home away from home

    In the first of a two-part series on non-Indian professionals living in Mumbai, we ask Kiwi musician, Mikey McCleary and French restaurateur, Antonia Achache to reveal what made them set up shop in Aamchi Mumbai

  • I am bored of playing Animals: DJ Martin Garrix

    I am bored of playing Animals: DJ Martin Garrix

    He made waves with his track, Animals that is played at diverse platforms, from festivals to the city’s hippest clubs. At 19, Dutch DJ Martin Garrix is one of the top-billed DJs in the world today

  • The joke is on me

    The joke is on me

    Offsites are so last financial year. Offices adopt a not-so-nice medium of insult comedy for team building among employees

  • Welcome to Murgistaan

    Welcome to Murgistaan

    What happens when people are put through brainwashing machines? Watch Mirror Merchant’s new play to find out

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