It’s 11 am. The met department says its 33 degrees Celsius outside
Last week, the BJP and Shiv Sena gave each other reason for cheer, which was especially significant given the BJP’s resolve expressed at its state convention in Kolhapur that the party must do away with the Sena’s crutches and ensure absolute majority on its own in the next Maharashtra Assembly polls
Political activism in campuses cannot be completely or even effectively stopped in functional democracies
Even as the FIFA controversy sizzles as top officials are indicted for graft in an investigation into football’s governing body, there are indications that this is not the last of the corruption story in football
If you are a vehicle driver, you would know how infuriating it is when someone abruptly steps onto the road and decides to cross the street at undesignated locations, putting you and many other vehicles at risk
If you haven’t heard of the Women on 100 campaign, I’m telling you about it now. It’s a campaign to include a woman on the 100 rupee note...
And so it’s 6 am and I’m at Chhatrapati Shivaji International Airport. All set to board a flight that will take me on a Turkish ‘chutti’...
This week saw the Kashish LGBTQ film festival in Mumbai. Just a few days earlier, a journalist asked me why is it important to have LGBT film festivals...
It hadn't ended with the bow that she'd have liked to tie it up in
Years ago, a television producer had commissioned me to interview Sunil Gangopadhyay, the finest writer of Bengali prose who was also considered by many to be the best contemporary poet. That was almost a decade before Sunil passed away
Tomorrow, we mark World No Tobacco Day. The run-up to the day has already begun in Mumbai, with a number of events revolving around anti-tobacco awareness
Once in a while I get to interview film stars, directors or talent as it is called. And it is great fun because both the craft of cinema and the world it creates fascinate me
The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is yet to announce Team India’s support staff for the one-off Test and one-day international series in Bangladesh
Indian singer, songwriter and ’90s sensation Lucky Ali will be in town next week and will be performing twice at two different venues on the same day
It has been evident that Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani is moving closer to Pakistan. Yet the announcement of an MOU between the two countries’ intelligence agencies was a surprise to many, including his own deputy, Dr Abdullah Abdullah who learnt of this from former President Hamid Karzai
Exam season in the city is over and now, of course, it is results time for so many youngsters
You have to hand it to Aamir. As much as he's numero uno in Bollywood he has no qualms about moving out of his comfort zone, and enduring a brutal hammering, when it comes to his favourite sports
Since May 26 is the new day of all things important in India, I have made a list of things which I did not want to write about today
Today, the curtains go up on the Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival which is the country’s biggest Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender (LGBT) film festival
"My favourite part from Tanu Weds Manu Returns?" It was our friend Kangana Ranaut, who in spite of the collateral damage that her box office and critical hit TWMR, has wrought on various Indian industries, appears to be the epitome off cool