Mumbai's Ed Sheeran just crowdfunded his second album in six hours flat. Even he is surprised
With no experience in working with the visually impaired or with cricketers, taking the Indian blind cricket team to top slot in two T20 World Cups was a mind game for this political science professor
Phillauri is a lyricist’s second attempt at writing, and an assistant director’s first solo. Anvita Dutt and Anshai Lal on jamming as neophytes
Jerry Pinto on writing his first murder mystery, homosexuality and Mumbai as muse
With a new season set for a March release, Gaurav Kapur’s web series offers a peep into the non-cricketing lives of the sport’s stars
A look at Galileo Galilei's most notable innovations, discoveries and observations in the field of astronomy, physics and other disciplines on the noted Italian physicist, mathematician, engineer, astronomer, and philosopher's 453rd birth anniversary...
Veteran Bollywood actor Pankaj Kapur's novella that became a dramatic reading explores identity and the journey of self-discovery
Grand daddy of Psytrance in India, Goa Gil reminisces about the early days and why he isn't a fan of today's gigs
They may not be Twitter stars just yet, but they are funny, cynical, female and don't necessarily wear the feminist tag
Adman Keegan Pinto, who turns composer with RunningShaadi.com, says great art finds its space
Hitting the BMC campaign trail means eight hours of daily walking, climbing stairs and endless talking. Here's how four BMC corporator aspirants have devised hacks for themselves
Naresh Sharma did the music arrangement for Aashiqui in 1990. His son Mithoon composed music for the sequel. As the father returns to the scene with an indie offering, the two sit down to discuss the making of music
Instagram paper typography star, Sabeena Karnik, takes quilling across the world
For three veteran actors who play the lead in a web series for the first time, it was a leap of faith into a young medium. And boy, are they having a blast
With her new foundation, Neerja Birla hopes to put the spotlight on mental illness plaguing underprivileged children and rid the stigma attached to the disease
Two Australian 'paper pilots', Dylan Parker and James Norton, ahead of their Mumbai visit, tell us how they made the world take paper planes seriously
As a three-year-old Mohini Dey remembers being fascinated with the bass guitar. “I used to obsess over it, and just pick it up and play,” she recalls. Her musician father, Sujoy, and his bassist friends, who would jam at the Dey residence, were the immediate inspiration
Tax benefits, long-term reduction in electricity bill and a booming demand generated by government policies. Here's why the
Mumbai's young and smart are looking up to the sun to cash in on the riches
Floral portrait artist Bas Meeuws’ latest series, in collaboration with Tasveer, pays homage to the blooms created in Mughal courts
On the 547th death anniversary of German inventor Johannes Gutenberg, we look back at his contributions to the mechanisation of the printing process, which went on to create a revolution...
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