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  • Vijay Hazare Trophy: Manish Pandey guides Karnataka into semis with win over Mumbai

    Manish Pandey continued his good form in limited overs format as his unbeaten 99 helped defending champions Karnataka beat Mumbai by four wickets to enter the semi-final of the Vijay Hazare Trophy

  • DJ Afrojack will take Mumbai for a spin

    Today, Dutch DJ and music producer Nick van de Wall, popularly called Afrojack, will spin his magic on his maiden visit to the city. In an exclusive interview with Dhara Vora, he reveals his love for dancing and his plans to explore Mumbai

  • Introducing Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmin cuisine in Mumbai

    Chitrapur Saraswat Brahmins (Amchis) churn out delicacies that are unknown to many. As The Secret Ingredient, a city pop-up introduced foodies to the cuisine, we caught up with the amateur chef to warm up to the Amchi kitchen

  • Art for education

    Attend Art Loot, a fundraiser where you can take home an artwork made by a master artist at a price of R3 lakh

  • Close-up with Raghubir Singh

    Using a personal prism via a special talk, photographer and activist Ram Rahman will explore the works, motivations and influences of Indian photographer Raghubir Singh, whose colour photographs helped re-invent the medium, especially in India

  • Celebrate the arts of West Bengal

    Home decor store Baaya, is hosting Bangla Joshon, a West Bengal folk art festival where you can shop for Bengal Patachitra, Santhal and Kalighat art

  • Art takes to Mumbai's streets

    A refreshingly different one month long art initiative is changing the way we look at our streets and neighbourhoods

  • Popular Mumbaikars pick their favourite heritage spots

    From film actors to designers and animal lovers... the guide invited a bunch of familiar Mumbai faces to pick their favourite heritage sights and sounds across Mumbai

  • New travel app offers details about interesting places in India on your phone

    Developed by the Union Ministry, Tripigator is a user-friendly app that offers personalised itinerary of places to visit

  • 'India has shown that it's possible to live with diversity'

    Questions and Answers: Lloyd I Rudolph & Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Authors

  • The inside story about 26/11

    A new title, 'Black Tornado', offers previously unshared details on the 26/11 terror attacks on Mumbai, and how, for the first time, all three armed forces systematically planned and thwarted the siege on the city in 2008

  • Mobile App review: Now, chat your way to a new flat

    Finding a new flat/flatmate just got social, thanks to the app, Flatchat, which is now available on Play Store.

  • Restaurant review: 'Tuk Tukk' ride in Shivaji Park

    Tuk Tukk, a tiny new eatery near this popular landmark in Dadar, deserves a dekko for its simple yet delicious ready-to-eat snacks and yummy cold coffee

  • Mumbai for kids: Funky Monkey in Lower Parel

    It's almost 7 pm on a Sunday, and Funkey Monkey is so packed we almost turn back

  • Cool tips and tricks to style your facial fuzz

    Facial fuzz is back! And, it's not just been spotted on hipsters, but on runway models and celebrities too. As an ode to the hot and the hirsuite, and with International Men's Day on November 19, here's a handy style guide so all you guys can learn to rock this look, just like a star

  • NFDC has plans for Indian cinema

    As the eighth Film Bazaar begins in Goa on November 20, National Film Development Corporation’s head, Nina Lath Gupta shares the blueprint of the institute’s plans for the future

  • RJ Mitte: You have to learn to pity bullies

    RJ Mitte, the handsome 20-year-old has endeared himself to viewers in his sensitive portrayal as Walter Jr, a differently-abled teenager coping with his father's cancer in the Emmy Award-winning series, 'Breaking Bad'. He opens up about dealing with bullies, landing a life-changing role for this show, and his film plans

  • Framing stories in 99 words

    A website that started out as a platform for friends to share stories has in a few weeks become the most popular destination for budding writers

  • Restaurant review: Bun Maska is all about bread and butter

    Bun Maska is a small cafe-like space in Oshiwara that bakes delicious buns slathering them with melted butter

  • Gadget review: Yoga is good for you

    Taking a cue from its first Yoga tablet, Lenovo moves several notches higher in the performance and style categories with the Yoga Tablet 2