mumbai guide

  • Google unveils three AndroidOne smartphones within Rs 6500

    Made by Micromax, Karbonn and Spice, the three phones come with impressive design and uniform hardware specs

  • New designer store in town

    Ahmedabad-based designer duo, Shyamal and Bhumika Shodhan, are ready with their haveli-inspired store in the city that aims to be a treasure trove for future brides, grooms and their entourages

  • Celebrating regional acts

    An array of regional plays that span seven languages is going to be showcased as part of the 18th Nehru Centre Theatre Festival. With theatre doyens like Ram Gopal Bajaj and Arjun Deo Charan staging their productions, the city theatregoer is in for a dramatic treat

  • Shop for Eri Silk in Mumbai

    Apparel always forms an integral part of celebrations of festivals

  • Tees with a sting

    Art you can Wash is the limited edition of T-shirts by Manta Ray Comics. They have termed the line of tees as 'wicked'art work

  • This Andheri eatery is styled just like Irish pubs

    Brickhouse Cafe & Bar is styled just like one of London's famed Irish pubs except that this one is located in the middle of buzzing Lokhandwala, Mumbai

  • Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma pens his musical journey

    Legendary santoor exponent Pandit Shiv Kumar Sharma, believes in the purity of music while discussing his newly released book, Shiv Kumar Sharma: The Man & His Music

  • A touch of ethnicity

    Bandhani dupattas, tribal wall paintings, Dokra necklaces or Bhagalpur Tussar silk sarees, the website is a one-stop shop for handcrafted products for kids and women

  • Gadget review: Portable speaker that packs quite a few punches

    The MD-12 from Nokia is a charming little portable speaker that offers impressive battery backup and bass that's beyond its size

  • Photo book: Fatehpur Sikri - A city unto itself

    The ancient fortified city of Fatehpur Sikri, built by the 16th century emperor Akbar, is the perfect time capsule into the era of intricate architecture, mathematical structures and complex philosophy. Noted architect Lucy Peck discovers the city of victory and explains why this Mughal marvel is a UNESCO World Heritage site

  • What's the story behind Colaba's landmark eateries?

    From Bademiya to Indigo and Social -- most recently, the area in the shadow of the Taj Mahal Hotel has been a hotbed for some of Mumbai's most popular and long-standing eateries

  • What makes them tick?

    Peter Casey, founder and executive chairman of Claddagh Resources, a global recruitment company, makes the case for the Tata Group being the greatest in the world. Why so? Read on to find out...

  • Made by hand and heart

    Art store and gallery space Caravan Hands recently introduced Eight Thousand Miles, a brand specialising in handmade children and women’s clothing as well as bedding accessories

  • Bandra gets its own mafia-themed bar

    Gangsta's is a new mafia-themed bar in Bandra that should invest more thought into its menu, to compliment the in-your-face underworld vibe

  • 'It's almost like a musical without music'

    Meherzad Patel's latest play, The Buckingham Secret is a crackling comedy on the British royal family

  • New app lets you carry your wallet in your phone

    QuikWallet, is a new digital wallet app that aims to replace your credit/debit card

  • Winning the award is a happy sign: Raghu Ram

    Raghu Ram, producer of reality television show MTV Roadies, was awarded the 30th Dr S Radhakrishnan Memorial National Media Award 2014 in Delhi last week. He talks about how the award is special after the critics' brickbats

  • A Roman general for your home

    E-commerce portal is now offering sculptures and decor products inspired from European artefacts

  • Why this isn't your average restaurant

    In a positive step, Signs a restaurant in Toronto, not only employs hearing impaired staff but also encourages its guests to order their meals using American Sign Language

  • Have you taken the Rice Bucket Challenge?

    Move over the Ice Bucket Challenge as it’s time to take up an Indian version of this challenge that has created a stir