• Clayton Murzello: The first Ravi of commentary

    Clayton Murzello: The first Ravi of commentary

    Radio pundit Chaturvedi, who turned 80 yesterday, has a special affection for WI cricket, which made him an authority on the subject

  • mid-day editorial: Don't let our faith in the judiciary collapse

    The death toll in Mumbai's Ghatkopar building collapse stands at 17, with over 30 people injured

  • Ranjona Banerji: Make history by changing it

    Ranjona Banerji: Make history by changing it

    School books have long been fair game for politicians to tinker with as they try to gain political mileage. The cost India has to bear is ignored

  • mid-day editorial: Stop the excuses, give us smoother roads

    The potholes on the city's roads went from a mere nuisance to a death trap a couple of days ago, when a biker lost her life after crashing into a crater and being run over by a truck

  • A Bombay love story

    A Bombay love story

    Once in a while, you chance upon a book that haunts your waking hour and interferes with your sleep patterns

  • Mayank Shekhar: Why Saif Ali Khan is partly right

    Mayank Shekhar: Why Saif Ali Khan is partly right

    It's certainly nurture, not nature, that helps anyone in a profession that is best understood by those with generational background

  • mid-day editorial: Find the root cause behind tree collapses

    Two days since former Doordarshan anchor and yoga instructor Kanchan Nath died after a tree fell on her, locals at Chembur are still in a state of shock

  • Livin' the Life

    Livin' the Life

    She's the closest we've come to a dyed-in-the-wool jet setter, travelling the world on a PJ with a hip and young entourage

  • Fiona Fernandez: Who taught us about heritage?

    India's education system needs to include heritage as an important subject. Only then will Gen Next gauge its relevance and act upon conserving it

  • Dharmendra Jore: Will awkward Opposition get its act together in time?

    By managing to ensure that its candidate Ram Nath Kovind pulled off a resounding win, the BJP is on a high, while its arch-rival Sena and Oppn parties seem all over the place

  • Aditya Sinha: This RaGa is no song of revolution

    Aditya Sinha: This RaGa is no song of revolution

    Rahul Gandhi has the chance to bring Dalit votes back to Congress before the Gujarat polls, but he's content to just go with the flow

  • mid-day editorial: NAINA investors, keep your eyes open for fraud

    Those investing in real estate around the Navi Mumbai airport have been warned. As the much awaited Navi Mumbai airport inches towards becoming a reality, construction projects are also mushrooming in the area

  • The incredible lightness of being Kangana

    The incredible lightness of being Kangana

    Not only is Kangana's letter to Saif - exclusively published by mid-day - beautifully articulated, it also epitomizes grace under pressure

  • Vikas Dilawari: The win some, lose some heritage game

    Vikas Dilawari: The win some, lose some heritage game

    While we celebrate the inclusion of Ahmedabad in the World Heritage Site list, we mourn the dilution of the AMASR Act, which protects monuments across India

  • Paromita Vohra: The rain's small hands

    Paromita Vohra: The rain's small hands

    I love those monsoon days which are so dark, you have to put the lights on inside

  • Meenakshi Shedde: Arranged marriage tango

    Meenakshi Shedde: Arranged marriage tango

    I was feeling a bit reckless, I suppose

  • Rahul da Cunha: Setting a President

    Rahul da Cunha: Setting a President

    So, we have a new President of India

  • Devdutt Pattanaik: Icons for Vajranabhi

    Devdutt Pattanaik: Icons for Vajranabhi

    Vajranabhi, son of Aniruddha, grandson of Pradyumna, and great-grandson of Krishna, was king of Mathura and leader of the Yadava clan

  • Meher Marfatia: History by the half dozen

    Meher Marfatia: History by the half dozen

    Six of Breach Candy's oldest shops reveal tales of tenacity and tenderness on this sea-hugged strip

  • Lindsay Pereira: Who needs priorities anyway?

    Lindsay Pereira: Who needs priorities anyway?

    When posts on social media platforms are taken more seriously than crimes against women, it's obvious that the police have a problem