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  • A Michelin star food delivery service at Bandra

    Catering to 'yummy food' cravings is a new delivery service in Bandra called 8

  • Tiptoeing through All India Radio's sound archives

    July 23, 1927 was a red-letter day for Indian radio, when the Indian Broadcasting Company was inaugurated at Mumbai’s Radio Club. 87 years later, the guide walks through All India Radio's sound archives in Churchgate

  • Not an object of desire

    Radhika Khimji has created a series of installations, drawings and multimedia artworks that desexualise the female body. Her solo exhibition, Artefacts from Below, is the first in Mumbai

  • A match made in fashion heaven

    Indian textiles, funky prints and employment of local craftsmen. There’s nothing to not like about this new fashion label, Jodi

  • New book on delicacies from Kutchi Memon cuisine

    As Ramzan Id draws near, explore an untapped cuisine in Husna Rahaman's title, Spice Sorcery that offers fascinating insight into the culture and lesser-known recipes of the Kutchi Memon community. Excerpts from an interview with the author

  • Mumbai boy to represent India at Mr Gay World

    Sushant Divigikar, a known VJ had been hailed as Mr Gay India 2014, earlier this year

  • Wishing it quaint

    There is something about storage boxes, quaint vintage bird cages and the dainty shades of baby blue and pink that tickles the feminine part of us

  • Wish to run with Milind Soman?

    The champion runner has come on board for a new online show, India Running with Milind Soman, which will be India’s first official YouTube channel for runners in India

  • Why Sikkim is the ideal getaway for long weekends

    On her visit to Baiguney in West Sikkim Dhara Vora discovered how the tiny state, with its stunning, varied topography, offers an incredible itinerary for the solace-seeker

  • Mumbai for kids: Nehru Science Centre in Worli

    When I research, it shows that the Nehru Science Centre (NSC) has been open to the public from 1985

  • Review: The Corpse Exhibition and Other Stories

    This book makes an excellent case for those who fail to evaluate the role of a translator when it comes to literary criticism

  • Savour authentic Bengali food at this Powai eatery

    This monsoon, satiate your tastebuds with authentic cutlets, fish and preparations, Kolkata-style, courtesy Cafe Boda at Powai

  • All roads lead to the Taj Mahal

    After running for almost two decades, satirical play Taj Mahal Ka Tender gets a sequel in the guise of Taj Mahal Ka Udghatan. Don’t miss this take on India’s problems of red-tapism and corruption, today

  • India's arts and crafts find the right platform online

    Indianartisansonline.com is a portal that negates the middleman, and lists craftsmen across the country so they can be approached directly for their products

  • Three-day exhibition of Weavers Studio exclusively at Vaya

    Renowned designer from Kolkata, Darshan Shah, will showcase her exclusive collection at Vaya, Mumbai’s one-stop location for handmade and handcrafted sarees and fabrics

  • Splash time for your pet

    It's a Doggiie Dog World is a new splash pool in the city where your cats and dogs can frolic, and stay fit as well

  • You can be the influencer too!

    A new title, Compelling People, that is required reading at Harvard Business School, draws from research and interviews with TED speakers, Nobel Prize winners and Fortune 500 executives on how to influence others

  • The BlackBerry Z3: A gorgeous game changer

    With the Z3, BlackBerry has solved several key issues that played spoilsport in their earlier range of touch phones

  • Khau Galli: Popular hangouts near Mumbai's landmarks

    Mudanna P Shetty established Ankur in 1941, and it stands today as one of the oldest restaurants in the Fort area

  • A hard-hitting film on sex slavery

    Sold, a feature film on sex slavery will premiere at the 37th Asian American International Film Festival in New York on July 24. With a 13-year-old Indian girl as the lead, the guide speaks to Mumbai-based casting director Tess Joseph to understand how the young acting talent was discovered

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