• A marquee event

    A marquee event

    Raj Nayak is sure on a roll. Not only has the consummate media veteran made his channel be the go to one for general entertainment, but he appears to be making an impact across the entire media gamut

  • Rosalyn D'Mello: The 'organ'ised world of women

    Rosalyn D'Mello: The 'organ'ised world of women

    I am shocked by how much my experience of womanhood is defined by the presence or absence of a reproductive organ

  • mid-day editorial: One man's rights shouldn't cost another's peace

    The Maratha community pulled off yet another peaceful protest on Wednesday, bathing south Mumbai in a sea of saffron

  • Clayton Murzello: You're in good company, Usain!

    Clayton Murzello: You're in good company, Usain!

    Winning gold at his farewell 100m dash would have been a fairytale end for Usain Bolt, but other sporting titans had imperfect endings too

  • Shah Rukh is in the house

    Shah Rukh is in the house

    Tuesday night saw most of Bollywood turn up at a new Indian restaurant designed by Gauri Khan in Bandra, to bring in a leading Bollywood publicist and talent manager's birthday

  • mid-day editorial: There's no such thing as harmless stalking

    Stalking has become a talking point ever since Chandigarh resident Varnika Kundu's ordeal, when she was followed home by Vikas Barala, son of Haryana BJP chief Subhash Barala

  • Ranjona Banerji: Women, interrupted. Again

    Ranjona Banerji: Women, interrupted. Again

    Tie a string around my wrist and I’ll look after you is a sweet message, but in reality, of little consequence when female victims are shamed

  • mid-day editorial: Only action can pave the way to a better BEST

    Thousands of commuters who were out on Monday to celebrate Raksha Bandhan were thrown for a loop as the city's red BEST buses stayed off road

  • Mayank Shekhar: A city of haze

    Mayank Shekhar: A city of haze

    The documentary Par Ek Din reveals the charms of pursuing a dream in Mumbai

  • mid-day editorial: Youngsters, put yourself before the selfie

    Death by selfie would be laughable, if it were not so tragic or widespread. Two youths from Rajasthan, who were in Pune to pursue vocational courses after their board examinations, are the latest victims of this mania

  • High fashion in Santacruz

    High fashion in Santacruz

    It is a measure of how far we go back, that not only were we present three decades ago when India's first multi-designer store, Ensemble, opened its doors in Kala Ghoda, but that we were the first journalist to write about it!

  • Education fest at the Pink City

    Education fest at the Pink City

    This weekend saw a slew of high-profile names wing it to Jaipur, to attend CM Vasundhara Raje's two-day Festival of Education hosted by Dubai-based educationist Sunny Varkhey's firm, to promote holistic education at the grass root level across

  • Fiona Fernandez: Eat like an East Indian

    Fiona Fernandez: Eat like an East Indian

    High time the community, known for keeping its bottle masala a closely guarded secret, opens its first authentic restaurant in city

  • Dharmendra Jore: To be or not to be...

    That's the dilemma the chief minister faces in taking a decision in the case of housing minister Prakash Mehta, who is facing serious corruption allegations

  • Aditya Sinha: NaMo, NaMo on Varanasi's lips

    Aditya Sinha: NaMo, NaMo on Varanasi's lips

    Everyone in UP is as devoted to Narendra Modi as to Lord Shiva, despite the lack of progress, which is blamed on the Samajwadi Party

  • mid-day editorial: It's time we batted for women's sports

    The accolades continue for the Indian women's cricket team after they finished runner-up, losing by nine runs to England in the recently concluded ICC Women's World Cup final

  • Rahul da Cunha: Saying no to Nolan!

    Rahul da Cunha: Saying no to Nolan!

    So, like a million other people in this world, I saw Dunkirk. I'll admit I didn't understand the movie

  • Devdutt Pattanaik: Atheist and secular mythologies

    Devdutt Pattanaik: Atheist and secular mythologies

    Many people believe that mythology ceased to be relevant after the arrival of science, and the resulting rise of atheism. A new tool arose to distinguish between truth and false narratives — measurement, not doctrine

  • Meher Marfatia: Harvest heaping in Malad

    Meher Marfatia: Harvest heaping in Malad

    Forming one of Mumbai's biggest parishes, the East Indians of Orlem have a rich past to preserve

  • Meenakshi Shedde: 'You slow puddings!'

    Meenakshi Shedde: 'You slow puddings!'

    I did not study literature at St Xavier's College, but such was poet and professor Eunice de Souza's aura, that I had smuggled myself into a few of her lectures, and was dazzled