Suburbia is where the developer bulldozes out the trees, then names the streets after them, said the American writer William Vaughn
That cricket, in many ways, is not truly governed by the International Cricket Council (ICC) was proved yesterday, when the ICC congratulated Australia and New Zealand for their decision to play a day-night Test with a pink ball at the Adelaide Oval this November
"He is actually my Tauji, my father's 92-year-old eldest brother," said Barkha Dutt, when we called her yesterday to enquire about the health of the person she calls her 'favourite person in the world', who is currently battling for his life in an ICU in Delhi
Watching a match being played on the well-manicured courts of Wimbledon be it on television or if you’re lucky, live action, has a charm of its own. Any lover of tennis will vouch for it
About four years ago, actor-producer Dharmendra Gohil did a show of a Gujarati play called The Waiting Room, written by Prayag Dave and directed by Dhiraj Palshetkar
Yesterday, this paper featured a one page photo feature on physically-challenged sportspersons competing at a swimming meet at the Mahatma Gandhi Swimming Pool in Dadar
The uncoiling of Lalitgate, like some hydra-headed serpent appears to swallow politicians businessmen, cricketers and stars as it grows to mythic proportions before our eyes
In democracies around the world political parties rarely, if ever, find themselves grappling with the question whether the party is above individuals or individuals are above the party
BJP’s juggernaut has hit a major hurdle. The party, which came to power promising change in the name of transparent and non-corrupt governance, finds itself in a tight spot, not only at the Centre but also in Maharashtra, where it is in a post-poll alliance with the Shiv Sena
There is nothing smart about our cities. The Prime Minister and his team have a massive task ahead of them if they are going to make 100 smart cities in the time that they have set for themselves
On Thursday, this paper had reported how a team from the Malwani police had returned empty-handed from the den of hooch seller Francis D’Mello
We caught actor Randeep Hooda on his way to the Race Course for a ride on Sunday. "I'm going to pick up the reins after a long hiatus," said the passionate horseman whose rugged physicality and Jat good looks set him apart from his contemporaries
A challenge from Charles Correa 30 years ago makes this writer explore the city’s arched splendours
If we take a quick look at the history of Mumbai, we realise that the city today is formed by reclaiming and connecting the seven southern islands of erstwhile Mumbai, viz Colaba, Little Colaba, Bombay, Mazagaon, Parel, Worli and Mahim, to the larger islands of Salsette and Trombay Islands in the north
So yes, I had that non-descript birthday last week. 53. Boring. A neither here nor there age. Not a landmark by any stretch
Much is made of first love. And it is sweet... That awkwardness. That fear of the unknown. That discovery of togetherness
As a child, like most children, I read about Ashoka in an Amar Chitra Katha comic. I assumed that was ‘the’ truth.
Like many who work in films, I often get emails or messages from aspiring actors
As of 2014 Mumbai had 16.4 million Internet users, the highest in India. That means that Mumbai has the highest number of people in India that scream at a box with flashing lights on it every day.
Students are scurrying around in a tizzy as junior college admissions are on. Degree college admissions have closed, but desperate students are still scouring colleges hoping to get admission, even after all the lists are out.