• Is Salman Khan the dream man for Jacqueline Fernandez?

    Jacqueline Fernandez is living the best time of her career, being the co-star of Salman Khan in his next big film Kick. At the book launch of the 2nd edition of "˜The Great Indian Wedding Book". Jacqueline was asked about her idea of her dream and her wedding plans

  • Jacqueline Fernandez at the launch of a wedding book

    Amidst much glitz and glamour, Bollywood diva Jacqueline Fernandez launched the second edition of The Great Indian Wedding Book at Grand Hyatt. Actor Sharman Joshi and Urvashi Rautela of 'Singh Sahab the Great' fame were also present to launch the book

  • Teen booked for kicking kitten

    Video which went viral on social media shows Mumbai teen kicking kitten like football The video, which went viral on social media, shows Versova resident Pratik Hota lifting a kitten and kicking it away. The impact of the kick is such that one of Pratik's slippers flies off his leg and lands in the middle of the road. The video ends with Pratik going to retrieve his footwear.

  • MiD DAY sting Pay double get Rajdhani ticket 2 hours before train starts

    How by paying double, touts and agents manage to get confirmed Rajdhani tickets 2 hours before train departs. Story & Video by: Vedika Chaubey, MiD DAY

  • MiD DAY exposed a flourishing ticket racket

    A 10-day-long sting by MiD DAY has exposed a flourishing ticket racket opearting at Mumbai Central Railway Station, where passengers can grease the palms of agents to get confirmed tickets for the elusive Rajdhani Express, hours before departure Story & Video by: Vedika Chaubey, MiD DAY

  • My Salinger Year

    A mention of the late author JD Salinger evokes myriad reactions from people, given that there are ardent fans of his oeuvre

  • The 'cultural' face of education

    Once, a man and his daughter were walking down the road. They saw a cow eating a plastic packet

  • A new journey for filmmaker Hemant Madhukar

    Filmmaker Hemant Madhukar has teamed up with an online booking portal for a three-film deal

  • It's my turn to play 'Sherlock', says Ian Mckellen

    Ian Mckellen recently spoke up on playing 'Sherlock' in the upcoming movie 'A Slight Trick Of My Mind', which is based on the 2005 book by Mitch Cullin

  • Spotted: Sonali Kulkarni at a book launch

    Actress Sonali Kulkarni turned up at a book launch on  Saturday evening in a chic white top and black trousers

  • A not-so-happy urban jungle book

    The contrast doesn’t get more in-your-face. It’s a stunning, panoramic view from one of Powai’s high-rises, neon facade lounge bars, where the swish set are enjoying their tipples to the beats of loud Bollywood music

  • Looking beyond the tiger

    Conservationist and founder of Wildlife Trust of India, Vivek Menon's latest book, Indian Mammals: A Field Guide, includes photographs, maps and illustrations to introduce the country’s 427 species of mammals

  • Sachin Tendulkar's hectic day ends in relief and satisfaction

    Sachin Tendulkar endured some Hyderabad blues and some Mumbai magic all in the space of a few hours yesterday

  • New book on delicacies from Kutchi Memon cuisine

    As Ramzan Id draws near, explore an untapped cuisine in Husna Rahaman's title, Spice Sorcery that offers fascinating insight into the culture and lesser-known recipes of the Kutchi Memon community. Excerpts from an interview with the author

  • Now, have a cab waiting for you when you land at Mumbai airport

    To address complaints of long queues, MIAL has introduced online booking of radio taxis for both domestic and international terminals

  • Woman in Thane booked for husband's suicide

    An offence has been registered against a woman for allegedly driving her husband to commit suicide in the district, police said today

  • Sensuous feat

    Bhushan Korgaonkar's new title in Marathi, Sangeet Bari, is an ode to the baithak form of Maharashtra’s famed lavani dance. Kanika Sharma peeks into its pages that celebrate their lives, on and off the stage

  • Review: The Corpse Exhibition and Other Stories

    This book makes an excellent case for those who fail to evaluate the role of a translator when it comes to literary criticism

  • Sunny side up, please

    Three questions with Marathi author, Anand Latkar

  • Delhi: New app for booking autos, cabs

    A local company here has introduced a mobile application that enables users book autos and cabs without the hassles of waiting by the roadside or through the internet or phone calls

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