Back in the early 2000s, Chetan Bhagat struck it big when he introduced the Indian reader to the delights of Hinglish
Mumbai has always played a crucial role in the shaping of major political parties
Bihar Assembly elections are due in a few months from now so its raining Bihari jokes, and many of them are being cracked by Bihar bhaiyas themselves!
After tweeting that Yakub Memon should not be hanged for what Salman Khan says his brother Tiger Memon has done, the actor has retracted his comment and apologised
Less than a month ago when we'd visited her at her well-appointed mid town apartment for the birthday bash she'd thrown for gal pal Rhea Pillai, we'd noticed a distinct change in Queenie Singh
These are among a total 18 medallions, representing human virtues, carved in dark shisham on three teak doors leading into the little chapel of St Xavier’s College. Sitting at a pew a quarter century after leaving the alma mater, I remain awed
Two decades ago, the idea of celebrating a moth week would’ve sounded absurd to me
It may come as a shock to a few and evoke vehement denial by others, but the truth is, companionship brings us most happiness
Teesta Setalwad is my friend. Well, was my friend, is my friend, whatever the past continuous terminology is for someone you’ve always been fond of, but have lost touch with over the years, after college
Many of us know the story of Ahalya, beautiful and virtuous, wife of Gautama rishi, from the Ramayana. Indra, driven by lust for her, impersonates Gautama to seduce her
Why do people argue? I believe the roots of argument can be located in monotheism
Today is column deadline day and I haven’t been able to think of any ideas.
There have been a spate of fires in Mumbai recently, the latest being a blaze at Linking Road, Bandra, where fortunately there were no injuries or fatalities. However, the fires bring into focus one vital aspect — skin donation.
A couple of days ago I read a scintillating article by poet-writer-filmmaker Pritish Nandy.
It doesn’t matter how robust a democracy is, how free its society is most governments fear, maybe even dislike free media, and more so if it is funded by the taxpayer
After resisting cab aggregators like Uber and Ola, Mumbai taxi unions have realised there is a better way to attract customers than holding them to ransom
Is India the rape capital of the world? Are Indian working mothers subjected to harsher conditions than their counterparts abroad? How much reportage on gender crimes is too much?
The deal is done but there are intricacies, pitfalls, and interpretations that experts will keep talking about
Mumbai was ‘the’ cricket team to be in for cricketers before the turn of the millennium
Friends of Farhat Jamal who thought they’d lost him to Delhi and the Shangri-La, will be happy to hear that not only is the dapper hotelier returning to Mumbai, but is returning to the Taj Group as senior vice-president (operations), responsible for Western India and Africa