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  • Why cricketer Robin Uthappa bats for his hometown Coorg

    From homestays in lush plantations, fresh spices and scenic waterfalls to mesmeric Buddhist townships, Indian cricketer Robin Uthappa invites you to soak in the wonders of Coorg (Kodagu) in Karnataka

  • Celebrities get framed

    Vagabond Souls is a series of photographs by Stephanie Cornfield (presently Mumbai-based) that is being exhibited at Percept Art and is part of the Focus Photography Festival

  • Fashion and art meet for a cause

    Protest fashionably with outfits by Bobo Calcutta that mixes art, fashion and political commentary

  • Move to the music

    Choreographer Ashley Lobo's dance company, Navdhara India Dance Theatre, will present a new dance performance called Amaara -- A journey of love

  • Seeking the divine through calligraphy

    Arabic calligraphy artist Salva Rasool's latest exhibition Elahiya features artworks based on the theme of Allah

  • Travel special: Mapping the Deccan Plateau

    Earlier this month, the Bombay Natural History Society (BNHS) had organised a workshop on the neglected ecosystem of the Deccan Plateau. The guide delves deeper to gauge why it’s crucial to protect this region that is home to abundant flora and fauna

  • This Prabhadevi eatery offers healthy, tasty Chinese fare

    The next time you’re in the mood for tasty, authentic Chinese food minus Indian flavouring or ingredients, give Mr. Chow’s a call

  • Rare choral double for Mumbai's music buffs

    An organ concerto with pieces from an all-boys UK based choir, and a world-famous Indian choir will render Brahms’ Requiem

  • Single malt, many memories

    Three questions with the Managing Director of Amrut Distilleries, Neelakanta Rao Jagdale

  • The best of animation

    Head to Anifest, an event that celebrates visual storytelling by screening nine of the best of animation films from India and around the world

  • A tribute to the moon

    This evening, celebrate the celestial object and explore the human cycles of love, loss and longing with a devised performance, Moonfool

  • Lakme Fashion Week: Of Varanasi, Japan and glass worlds

    From Varanasi's beauty to the traditional Japanese plum festival and Moroccan tea paintings, the runway was a mélange of cultures during the first show on Day 5 of Lakmé Fashion Week Summer Resort 2015

  • Himalayan splendour

    Stupas, monasteries, palaces and homes. Himalayan Style is a new coffee table book that offers stunning insight into the inspired architectural styles that showcase this fascinating, diverse region

  • Poetry and prose to celebrate Bhagat Singh

    Have a poem, an idea or a song to share? Head to Dadar (E) station as Kabeera Writers Club pay tribute to Indian revolutionary Bhagat Singh on his 84th death anniversary, today

  • Doodle delights for your mugs and phones

    22-year-old Priyanka Maskara, who has started a venture, All That Doodles, on Instagram. She offers to create customised doodle designs on mugs, mobile covers, bookmarks as well as greeting cards

  • Restaurant review: Dig into Maharashtrian fare in Vashi

    With many dishes on the menu unavailable, a confused waiter and limited food choices, Swad Maharashtracha needs to do much more to justify its name

  • Tips to be a smart photographer in the wild

    Summer's here, and with it many of us will head to national parks and wildlife sanctuaries. mid-day lensman Pradeep Dhivar shares tips on how to make the most of your trip

  • 3 menus to savour from

    The seven-year-old BlueFROG has revamped its food and beverage section

  • Go and do

    Celebrate Gudi Padwa (today) at Vedge with a six-course Maharashtrian meal for two priced at `999

  • My guide to preparing for exams

    Like all good Indians, a large part of my sense of self-worth comes from the exams I have given