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  • Art attack

    Art attack

    After holding art get-togethers at the Sanjay Gandhi National Park, Bandra festival and Dr Bhau Daji Lad museum, the Bombay Pencil Jammers are all set to collaborate with a group of professional dancers to learn body movement and express it on paper. Anju Maskeri finds out how the group ‘draws’ inspiration

  • Math, science catch a rhyme

    Math, science catch a rhyme

    In Sunil Mishra’s book titled Return of the Hypotenuse, Einstein, Newton and Archimedes’ principles pass through fun meters and rhymes, finds Phorum Dalal

  • Piyush Pandey, the (real) mad man

    Piyush Pandey, the (real) mad man

    In an interview replete with crackling one-liners and cricket metaphors, Piyush Pandey, India’s undisputed ad guru, talks to Anu Prabhakar about his childhood, his foray into advertising and more

  • Make way for  the metalheads

    Make way for the metalheads

    As India’s biggest metal festival, Bangalore Open Air, opens today in Bengaluru, Anju Maskeri speaks to founder Salman Syed and participating bands such as Undying Inc and Escher’s Knot

  • There's a new word game on the block

    There's a new word game on the block

    Creators Rubianca and Sahil Wadhwa talk to Phorum Dalal about taking up an unconventional career option of making word games

  • This Pune bank is run entirely by women!

    This Pune bank is run entirely by women!

    Anju Maskeri visits Bhagini Nivedita Sahakari Bank, the country's only cooperative bank run entirely by women, in Pune

  • Simplifying epics and legends

    Simplifying epics and legends

    Epified is an attempt to bring the 'Internet generation' closer to its roots by making simple yet meaningful YouTube videos of stories taken from legends and mythologies

  • I feel at home in India: Edward Maya

    I feel at home in India: Edward Maya

    Europe’s leading EDM artiste Edward Maya who became a sensation with his first release, Stereo Love, is all set to make a foray into the Indian music scene by collaborating with desi artistes for his upcoming projects. Anju Maskeri finds out more from the man himself

  • Mapping your local kabadiwalla

    Mapping your local kabadiwalla

    The startup Kabadiwalla Connect aims to put people and neighbourhoods in closer contact with their local scrap dealers

  • Not just fooling around

    Not just fooling around

    Rupesh Tillu and Deepal Doshi are out to tickle your funny bone, and they are damn serious about it!

  • Bikers to the rescue

    Bikers to the rescue

    Snehalaya, a school for special kids in Mira Road which was on the verge of shutdown, now sees a ray of hope thanks to a group of bikers.

  • I've swum with whales and stingrays: Bhakti Sharma

    I've swum with whales and stingrays: Bhakti Sharma

    World open water swimming champ Bhakti Sharma isn’t afraid to cosy up to predators of the deep. On Mother’s Day, she reveals why she’s her mother’s daughter when it comes to her success

  • The conspiracy of silence has been broken: Vibha Bakshi

    The conspiracy of silence has been broken: Vibha Bakshi

    As Vibha Bakshi receives the 62nd National Film Award for Best Film on Social Issues today for her documentary, Daughters of Mother India, Anju Maskeri catches up with the filmmaker who hopes to make the viewers think about how India can be made a safer place

  • Enter the Beatles Cathedral Gallery

    Enter the Beatles Cathedral Gallery

    At Maharishi Mahesh Yogi’s abandoned, dilapidated ashram in Rishikesh, Uttarakhand, Phorum Dalal stumbles upon The Beatles Cathedral, an art project by artist Pan Trinity Das and  a team of travellers

  • Where there is a  will there is a way

    Where there is a will there is a way

    And these specially-abled youngsters from the city, who are training in various self-defence techniques, prove this once again

  • Meditate  on dance

    Meditate on dance

    Dancer-choreographer Sumeet Nagdev and his troupe will perform Celebrate Meditate, a contemporary production, at Ravindra Natya Mandir today. Phorum Dalal and photographer Atul Kamble attend their rehearsals to capture what’s in store

  • A taste of the North East

    A taste of the North East

    Three Shillong residents have founded The North East Store, an online portal which ships common and rare delicacies from the cuisines of the North-Eastern states across the country, writes Kareena Gianani

  • Creativity is like sugar: Raghavendra Rathore

    Creativity is like sugar: Raghavendra Rathore

    Raghavendra Rathore, who has put the quintessential Indian bandgala and Jodhpur breeches on the global map, talks to Ananya Ghosh about copyrighting patterns, working with Oscar de la Renta and his affair with Jodhpur

  • Ronnie Screwvala reveals the secret of his success

    Ronnie Screwvala reveals the secret of his success

    Ronnie Screwvala, founder of UTV Group, Unilazer Ventures and Swades Foundation, is a man who believes in dreaming big and dreaming with his eyes open

  • Burning bright

    Burning bright

    As two dozen Parsi agiaries fall off the Development Plan’s list of heritage structures, Meher Marfatia picks her favourite fire temples in Mumbai