The cute kid who rubbed shoulders with Aamir Khan and Kajol in Fanaa is now dipping into the disturbed world of adolescents for a film starring Brendan Fraser
Dominic Alapat’s poems bring together the bits that make Mumbai
A tiny bookstore-cum-library in a Bandra apartment garage will come as good news for the discerning, indie-genre loving reader
Fuelled by the success of his last album, Dhruv Ghanekar is ready with three new tracks, including Revolution, that probes the changing times
Her cauliflower paratha might have knocked her out of Season 8 of MasterChef Australia but Nidhi Mahajan, the lone desi contestant, is living her food dream. Excerpts from an interview
Though not a uniquely Indian experience, the business of living statues is a thriving one in a country that finds eager models among foreigners looking to engage in local culture
Stand-up comedian S Aravind, who goes by the stage name SA, wants to set right the wrongs done by Chennai Express
Some of the world's most famous people were born or diagonsed in later life as having autistic disorders like Asperger's syndrome and Tourette's. On Autistic Pride Day, we look at 7 such eminent names...
American saxophonist Greg Banaszak will introduce Mumbai's Jazz fans to Bebop, a faster version of the Jazz they’ve known so far
Russian Cosmonaut Valentina Tereshkova enterted the hallowed records of space exploration history by becoming the first woman to embark on a space mission today, 53 years ago. We revisit other such milestones on this occasion
Indian-origin Anvitha Vijay is only nine years old but she has already developed a handful of apps for Apple’s iPhone and iPad. Recognising her potential, the US-based technology giant has invited her to its annual Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) in San Francisco
Google commemorates Karl Landsteiner, an Austrian and American biologist and physician, who discovered the existence of blood types A, B, AB and O in 1900, on his 148th birth anniversary
Ad men Rajeev Raja and Subhash Kamath’s band Wanted Yesterday is an ode to the crazy world of advertising. It also celebrates their music of choice from the 60s and 70s
A look back at the life of Mexican Manuel "Meme" Uribe Garza, the man who suffered from morbid obesity to one of the greatest extents known in recorded history and was recognized as the heaviest man in the world by Guinness Book of Records in 2007
A documentary on a domestic abuse victim who became a top stuntwoman in Bollywood finds many takers on the Web
A new Mumbai-based dance production will represent India at a festival in New York. You, get to be first judge at their performance tonight
Walk in, and you are met by a smiling team in a space made of pastel shades and cool coziness. A warm set of people will welcome you in and before you know it your child will be prepped up in a bathing towel, their feet slid into sponge-like minion slippers and a menu card shown for choice
Anushka Ravishankar's novel based on the critically acclaimed Nagesh Kukunoor film, 'Dhanak', releases today. It's the perfect children's book story, she says, for discussing the innate extreme logic kids exhibit
One of the first Indie artists to be signed by an international label, Indian singer-songwriter Gary Lawyer is known as 'the man with a golden voice'
A docu-fiction captures the life of Bhalchandra Nemade, with the camera following him to his home, village and even on reunions with friends
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