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  • Another Udta Punjab

    Another Udta Punjab

    There's another Punjab that's flying high, and it's one that we Punjabis can take pride in. That of the seven Punjabi bankers who rule the roost in India's banking sector

  • 'Dr J'and the Big B

    'Dr J'and the Big B

    There are hugs and hugs, but this one from no less than the Big B himself — is emblematic of the regard that Dr Jaishree Sharad is held in

  • The world's biggest art collectors

    The world's biggest art collectors

    It’s regarded as something of a bible in the art world, especially amidst serious collectors, and so when artnet news published its ‘Index of The World’s Top 100 Art Collectors for 2016, Part One,’ its findings gave rise to much interest

  • Regal threads

    Regal threads

    We came across this picture of Isheta Salgaocar, industrialist Raj and Dipti Salgaocar's pretty daughter, recently posted by Manish Malhotra.

  • Gimme red!

    Gimme red!

    If there's been any doubt that Twinkle (Tina) Khanna has unusual smarts, and is no dumb blonde her weekly columns are proof enough

  • Debutants to watch

    Debutants to watch

    When director Rakeysh Om Prakash Mehra released the trailer of his upcoming film Mirza-Sahiban last week, everyone's eyes tuned in to catch a glimpse of Harshvardhan Kapoor, son of Anil Kapoor, who was making his long awaited debut with the film

  • Fighting for survival

    Fighting for survival

    Rajeev Masand’s teasing, insidious manner of prying the best out of his interviewees was put to best use, when he interviewed fellow compatriot from Sindh, Pahlaj Nihalani on TV recently.

  • Guess who came to dinner

    Guess who came to dinner

    The Chudasama home at Malabar Hill had a high-profile visitor last evening when Former HRD minister Murli Manohar Joshi dropped by to meet his old friend, Mumbai’s eternal Sheriff, and the man whose bon mots best defined the city’s political chutzpah - Nana Chudasama

  • North-South Star Migration?

    North-South Star Migration?

    It is arguable which one has contributed more to the dissolving of Mumbai's borders — social media or the Sea Link; but both have been responsible for the recent migratory phenomena of Bollywood moving southwards

  • Kangana and the North-South vibe

    Kangana and the North-South vibe

    “When I’m on long drives I listen to piano music,” says the luminous Kangana Ranaut, the film industry’s reigning queen who we bumped into at a glam event hosted by a media group at a south Mumbai venue

  • Cricket and B-town face off

    Cricket and B-town face off

    Virat Kohli is gearing up for what is turning out to be a big week, fresh after the IPL success where his Bengaluru team finished as runners up in an enthralling final

  • Trump in Mumbai

    Trump in Mumbai

    If he's good enough for American voters, is he good enough to buy an apartment from? A few of Mumbai's denizens were bemused to find a missive featuring Trump Apts in Mumbai in their inboxes this week

  • Celebrated passage through India

    Celebrated passage through India

    It was almost a regal passage through India for one of international fashion’s reigning queens, Fern Mallis, the influential former executive director of the Council of Fashion Designers of America (CFDA), and the lady who created New York Fashion Week

  • Storm in a C-Cup

    Storm in a C-Cup

    It is a veritable storm in a C-Cup and the amount of chatter it's generated amongst some of India’s most high profile gals is not surprising

  • Lalit advising Vijay?

    Lalit advising Vijay?

    Readers might recall an item we’d written about a unique consultancy service allegedly thought up by high-flying fugitive Lalit Modi

  • The legend's tee

    The legend's tee

    By now everyone will have told you about the star-studded line up at the seventh Kashish International Queer film fest on Wednesday night.

  • Shakespeare and the stars

    Shakespeare and the stars

    Monday night the stars descended on the NCPA to listen to icons Aamir Khan and Ian McKellen talk about Shakespeare and his global influence on film, art and culture

  • Kohli and Khanna batting for charity

    Kohli and Khanna batting for charity

    Chef Vikas Khanna seems to be on a roll — making waves on international platforms over the past few months

  • No more star gazing?

    No more star gazing?

    One thing that can be said about the IPL is its consistency

  • 400 years of Shakespeare

    400 years of Shakespeare

    As reported earlier, next week will see the legendary English actor Sir Ian McKellen, in Mumbai as part of programme put together by the British Council and others to celebrate Shakespeare’s 400 years after his death