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  • Tilapia for lunch

    Tilapia for lunch

    Two hours from Mumbai is a pond stocked with fish that needs unburdening

  • Bread that went viral on YouTube comes to life in Wadala oven

    Bread that went viral on YouTube comes to life in Wadala oven

    After image of watermelon bread made by Taiwanese bakery goes viral, a Wadala bakery takes up our challenge to replicate it

  • Ghatkopar cop to share funny stories in new book

    Ghatkopar cop to share funny stories in new book

    Senior inspector Vyankat Patil picks up his pen this time, to share hilarious stories from the police station

  • Make the world a kinder place

    Make the world a kinder place

    Want to do something good for someone? Pick from these three initiatives to spread cheer through random acts of generosity

  • Three-in-one moves

    Three-in-one moves

    Elements of kathak, sufi-folk and belly dance blend at a workshop on noveau movement

  • Duryodhan, the good guy

    Duryodhan, the good guy

    Anand Neelakantan wraps up his version of the Mahabharata — protagonists flipped — this week

  • Mumbai food: AD Singh's tribute to Irani cafe culture

    Mumbai food: AD Singh's tribute to Irani cafe culture

    Mumbai, the home ground of Irani cafes and culinary fanatic Parsis, readies to judge a hospitality veteran on nostalgia. Phorum Dalal drops in for chai

  • New Navi Mumbai cafe sticks to the 'stone age' diet!

    New Navi Mumbai cafe sticks to the 'stone age' diet!

    A fortnight-old eatery in Seawoods serves dishes that stick to Paleolithic and Zone diets

  • Tech: Apps that can help make reading ebooks a breeze

    Tech: Apps that can help make reading ebooks a breeze

    Build your virtual library with apps and sites that let you download eBooks and read on multiple smartdevices

  • Boomtown in Mumbai

    Boomtown in Mumbai

    Shailendra Singh on what the fan can expect at the live streaming of Tomorrowland this Friday

  • That '90s Marathi meme

    That '90s Marathi meme

    Cousins from Ambernath and Pune, lend a local touch to Internet humour

  • I am Batman

    I am Batman

    Before Ben Affleck utters the words on screen next March, here’s your chance to play Joker or Hero on the superhero’s birthday

  • Bollywood legend Amjad Khan's son turns writer

    Bollywood legend Amjad Khan's son turns writer

    Late villian Amjad Khan’s son Shadaab turns crime thriller writer with a little help from Hoshiyar Khan

  • Meet Sameer Nair, the suit-clad storyteller

    Meet Sameer Nair, the suit-clad storyteller

    From selling the Yellow Pages to becoming Group CEO of Balaji Telefilms, Sameer Nair talks about the creativity behind making a sale

  • Meet Kevin Flynn, the fighter

    Meet Kevin Flynn, the fighter

    Kevin Flynn loves being the underdog, taking risks and travelling through the tougher route. He tells Anu Prabhakar about growing up in London, his absolute love for motor biking, changing countries for jobs and the diverse feast called Mumbai

  • 'A ship is a wonderful  thing to write about'

    'A ship is a wonderful thing to write about'

    Ships. Opium chests. Choppy waters. Warring continents. Flood of Fire, the much-awaited finale to the Ibis Trilogy is packed with all of the above, and much more. Recently, Amitav Ghosh gave Mumbai fans a taste of this heady adventure. Fiona Fernandez met with him to get the back-story of his epic work of historic fiction

  • Mumbai kids spend millions on real estate!

    Mumbai kids spend millions on real estate!

    Breathe easy. They’re just a group of gamers who are hooked on everything from trying to be a Mongol warlord, to a castle owner and vineyard magnate, all on a gaming board, finds Ismat Tahseen

  • 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