By being unrepentant for his distasteful comment on Serena Williams' unborn child, Ilie 'Nasty' Nastase is living up to his nickname
The world believed it was witness to a happy story when Egypt's Eman Ahmed Abdulati - who earned the sobriquet of the heaviest woman in the world at 500 kg - found a saviour in a Mumbai doctor
An inveterate traveller had an interesting tale to tell. Catching her connecting flight at Amsterdam's Schiphol airport recently to return to India after a week in Europe, she says she spotted a familiar duo.
"This has been a busy time... I have a continuing relationship with the Royal Shakespeare Company
Yesterday, this paper reported about a Colaba woman who broke both her ankles after stumbling on a mound of mud near her home, where the paver blocks had come loose
We never discussed religion or caste in school. But it may have been because the politics of the time was less interested in dividing us
Booze is demonised/deified, why not place it in perspective
Motorists and pedestrians using a busy pothole-ridden 500-metre stretch under the Metro line on JP Road, below the Versova Metro station risk their lives daily, thanks to defunct streetlights on the stretch
"Amazing news. My little brother, Ben Lester, just won the BAFTA for Best Editor for his editing of The Night Manager
Under Devendra Fadnavis, the party has grown and made inroads into several former CM's strongholds, the results of which have been seen in its recent victory in Latur and Chandrapur
Sewri Cemetery might be a forgotten footnote today; but inside lies a delightful chronicle that charts the making of a city
In these times of doom and gloom, here's a heart-warming story
Ceiling slabs that fall, torn mattresses, lockers that don't lock these are the torturous conditions that students who come to Mumbai from across the states live in
When pictures like that of a Kashmiri youngster tied to a jeep go past the Trumpian Wall of Comfort, what do they project about India?
India has become a cowering nation. Animals, especially cows, are valued far more than humans in today's India
So, I'm a great believer in the power of ads to convince me to buy a brand. Plus, I'm a blind follower of celebrity endorsements
Here is something that happens to me very often
In Hindu mythology, whenever an asura asks for immortality, Brahma tells them that they can have whatever they wish except that
If our leaders can come up with a fixed menu for the billion of us, we won't have to deal with these silly bans before every second election
Days after singer Sonu Nigam kicked up a storm complaining about the use of loudspeakers to broadcast prayers and sermons like azaan, the controversy rages on. The immediate reactions cleaved the masses into two — while some slammed Sonu for targeting a certain religion, others lauded him for bravely voicing "a nagging issue"