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  • 'Awesome Chawsome'

    "If I had a slight inkling, I’d have probably dressed better!" said our former colleague, Jitesh Pillai, the editor of one of the country's oldest film journals, about what he described as the 'mad crazy night!' when his friends threw a surprise party to bring in his 40th birthday

  • Sister vibes

    "She is my little sister, but a big bully who tortures me regularly," said Twinkle Khanna on the occasion of her sister Rinkie Khanna's birthday yesterday

  • Celebrating Tony

    Ram Jethmalani's Oxford educated lawyer son, Mahesh (Tony) Jethmalani, has always been swashbuckling, given his film star good looks, and legendary gift of the gab

  • The Kashmir connection

    The beauteous Ayesha Thapar's grandmother, her mother Jyoti Thapar's mother, was a friend of our mum's from their Srinagar days

  • Art, sport, culture and more

    "I only dropped by to pay my respects to Rajeev Sethi, after my meeting the PM to launch the Reliance Foundation Youth Sports initiative to promote sports consciousness in the country," says Nita Ambani about her weekend sojourn to the Capital, which sources say left many in her thrall

  • Mumbai: Usha Khanna, last link to Cafe Samovar, passes away

    They came for the stimulating conversations and delectable fare, and stayed for her sunny personality

  • Ah Tajness...

    An invitation to an event next month had us intrigued. Sent out by the Taj Hotel Resorts and Palaces, it invites guests to experience and be touched by ‘Tajness’ in the presence of no less than Rakesh Sarna, MD and CEO of the leading hospitality chain

  • To Newmarket

    It's been quite a season for Dr Cyrus Poonawalla, now a regular on the English racing circuit. Not only was the presence of the Chairman of the Serum Institute prominently observed at the Epsom Derby and the Royal Ascot this year, but also he did the honours at the unveiling of the statue of King Charles II on the latter’s 350th anniversary

  • Worst Kept Secret

    "It's a week-long birthday party and I’m trying to play down my outfits," says Nisha JamVal, who along with husband, Tata head honcho Jammy JamVal is flying to England this week to attend the golden anniversary celebrations of Jeffrey Archer, best selling author and former politician, and his wife Mary Archer

  • The new Bollywood order?

    Those who missed IIFA 2016 on TV on Sunday night will be excused for not being up to speed with the recalibration of Bollywood’s new power structure

  • One happy family

    This photograph of Mukesh Ambani with his entire family, wife Nita, kids Akash, Isha and Anant with brother-in-law Raj Salgaocar, nephew Vikram, and leading Bolly star Ranbir Kapoor shot in Marseilles during the Euro last week is significant on so many levels

  • Suit-boot syndrome?

    They were the golden boys amongst Mumbai's business circles, so when news of the recent Cabinet reshuffle trickled in, and it was learnt that not only had Jayant Sinha the junior minister for finance, been shifted as minister of state to the relatively less important civil aviation ministry

  • Guess who came to dinner

    By now every hack worth their scoop, has been tweeting about their Priyanka Chopra encounter

  • The strange case of the Mukerjeas

    She was in the spotlight last year during the infamous murder, of what turned out to be her stepsister Sheena Bora

  • Lavender for the red carpet

    “The lavender gown has an organza ruffled bodice, detailed with a textured, Swarovski-encrusted belt, and high-waisted trailing fish tail crepe silk skirt,” says Saudamini Mattu about the striking ensemble created by the label Jani Khosla for Deepika Padukone

  • Glamorous celebration

    It is a truth universally acknowledged across the civilised world, that when Nicholas Coleridge, president of an international publishing company, hosts a party, everyone comes

  • Priyanka at large

    If you think it’s easy being a global superstar, take a look at Priyanka Chopra’s work schedule for the past few days, shared with us by her associate

  • Football wars

    Just weeks after the legendary footballer Zinedine Zidane made a visit to Mumbai, his one-time teammate and equally legendary club footballer Luis Figo, has also had his own tryst with India

  • Foodie's Big Tent

    It's being touted as the mother of all food events: nine chefs and nine courses will come together this Wednesday when, Food With Benefits, a new age NGO started by three enterprising Mumbaikars, presents a plated dinner cooked by some of the city's leading chefs in support of St. Jude's Child Care Centre — a home away from home for children who come to Mumbai to undergo medical treatment

  • An Apple a day for SRK?

    A lot has been said about the larger significance of SRK hosting a dinner for Apple CEO Tim Cook at his Mumbai residence last month