• A thrilling debut

    A thrilling debut

    Writer Soumitra Singh marks his debut with his novel, The Child of Misfortune

  • Wish to run with Milind Soman?

    Wish to run with Milind Soman?

    The champion runner has come on board for a new online show, India Running with Milind Soman, which will be India’s first official YouTube channel for runners in India

  • Why does Ed Sheeran rock?

    Why does Ed Sheeran rock?

    Young British music talent, Ed Sheeran talks about the hype around his second album, titled 'X' (pronounced multiply) and his track for 'The Hobbit' movie

  • Sunny side up, please

    Sunny side up, please

    Three questions with Marathi author, Anand Latkar

  • 'It was a challenge to make Keira Knightley look contemporary'

    'It was a challenge to make Keira Knightley look contemporary'

    Three questions with stylist Arjun Bhasin

  • Cool about papercuts?

    Cool about papercuts?

    Papercuts are literally a way of life for Pooja Ajmera, the 29-year-old visual storyteller who creates papercut wall art frames from single sheets of archival paper using a blade

  • The chronicler of melodies

    The chronicler of melodies

    Once synonymous with Indian fusion band, Indian Ocean, guitarist Susmit Sen’s new set-up, Susmit Sen Chronicles, is ready with its debut album. He speaks to Deepali Dhingra  about compositions, collaborations and why comparisons with his former band don’t bother him

  • Good cop, bad cop and a terror attack

    Good cop, bad cop and a terror attack

    Addl. CP Brijesh Singh recently launched his debut novel, The Quantum Siege. He tells Nikshubha Garg about an insider's attempt at crime fiction and why he thinks the police could do with more empathy from the public

  • Expect the unexpected

    Expect the unexpected

    A candid chat with Juliet Sikora, German DJ and founder of Kittball Records

  • This butterfly loves to make us laugh

    This butterfly loves to make us laugh

    Moni Mohsin has a dexterous pen and a clever tongue as she maintains the Butterfly’s “self defecating” humour in The Return of the Butterfly, the third book of the series

  • To me, luxury means Indian textiles: Prasad Bidapa

    To me, luxury means Indian textiles: Prasad Bidapa

    Fashion guru Prasad Bidapa, who has been training designers and models for over two decades, is now ready with a new challenge — to identify and groom an upcoming designer in an online reality show. Excerpts from an email interview

  • Merging oceans of music

    Merging oceans of music

    Indian Ocean founder and ex-member Susmit Sen is ready with his new album, Ocean to Ocean

  • 'Indian designers aren't exotic anymore'

    'Indian designers aren't exotic anymore'

    The regal decor and chandeliers add a touch of grandeur to Sabyasachi’s new flagship store at Kala Ghoda. The designer talks about his latest venture, bridal wear and Indian fashion abroad

  • Step into a Trance syndrome

    Step into a Trance syndrome

    Known for his high-energy Psytrance sets, Israeli musician Azax Syndrom a.k.a. Regev Azaria will raise the tempo with his heavy riffs, pumping basslines and Metal melodies from his new EP, Vicious Mind

  • Classic Rock can never die

    Classic Rock can never die

    Retro Legendary Act (RLA), a Pune-based Classic Rock band, will be performing in Pune this Thursday. the guide talked to the leading vocalist of the band, Vijay Joshi about the band's music and future plans

  • Meet the fast, furious and fashionable Alisha Abdullah

    Meet the fast, furious and fashionable Alisha Abdullah

    Alisha Abdullah is in top gear — with a prestigious tournament coming up, and a few films under her belt. The racer and actor says life cannot get headier than this

  • 'I wish to design a home for Shah Rukh Khan'

    'I wish to design a home for Shah Rukh Khan'

    She has championed the East-meets-West style and will soon be in India to experience that philosophy. Over an email interview, the guide quizzed famous British interior designer Kelly Hoppen about all things design

  • Indian music is like meditation: Rohit Majumdar

    Indian music is like meditation: Rohit Majumdar

    Three questions with Tabla player Rohit Majumdar

  • Dance has no language: Longinus Fernandes

    Dance has no language: Longinus Fernandes

    Three questions with choreographer Longinus Fernandes

  • 8 must-have tools to help build a start-up

    8 must-have tools to help build a start-up

    Are you a start-up or planning to get into the big bad world of business? Turning a great idea into a great product requires hard work and the right tools. Hassan M Kamal has created a list of online services/ websites and tools to help you turn that big idea into an amazing product