• Won't create drama to get footage: Minissha Lamba on 'Bigg Boss 8'

    Actress Minissha Lamba says she won't be using fake drama to bring in viewers on 'Bigg Boss 8'

  • Discovering Tyrol's peaks and meadows

    After all efforts to find ideal skiing conditions on her vacation fail, Fareeda Kanga discovers a whole new side to the Alps in Tyrol, a state in western Austria. Dizzying views from atop the 9,400-high Valluga peak, a meadow full of Edelweiss flowers and local cuisine like none other leave her rather enchanted

  • Mumbai Dabbawallas' success story travelling to land of nawabs

    Come Saturday and management students, industry captains and representatives of other institutions will be taking tips and lessons in Lucknow from the success story of Mumbai's dabbawallas

  • Travel special: Music fests across India that you must attend

    With the monsoon making a gradual retreat, several parts of the country are gearing up to host music festivals. So, pick your favourite destination and pack your bags for a trip down musical lane

  • Now, train travellers can order food via SMS

    Travelling by train, hungry and net connection out of reach? Now, rail commuters can order food by just sending a message.

  • President travels on state visit to Vietnam Sunday

    President Pranab Mukherjee Sunday leaves for a four-day state visit to Vietnam during which he will hold talks with the top leadership of that country and also visit sites of cultural and historical significance

  • Walking down Munich's lanes

    The past, the present and the modern co-exist in Munich as Kalpana Sunder comes across a makeshift shrine dedicated to Michael Jackson, visits Munich Conservatoire, which was once Hitler’s office, watches surfers ride the waves, and finds that the city’s transit system is a temple of art

  • Hot on the vegetarian restaurant trail in Pondicherry

    Pondicherry is known for its multi-influential yet artisanal character. We took up the challenge to scour around the picturesque town for vegetarian restaurants for those who wish to go green on their next trip

  • Asian Games 2014: Saina Nehwal wants Vimal Kumar to travel to Incheon as coach

    Ace Indian shuttler Saina Nehwal, who has been training under Vimal Kumar for the last one week, wants the former chief coach to travel to Incheon, Korea with her for the upcoming Asian Games

  • In pursuit of classical art in Kochi

    Heralded as the Queen of the Arabian Sea, Kochi is known for its architectural marvels. But Sonia Nazareth goes on a trail of the classical arts to gain insight into the port town’s rich cultural heritage and comes away impressed after watching locals perform Kathakali and Kuttiyattam, the oldest surviving tradition of theatre

  • Mumbaikars reveal how they like to spend their travel time

    A study says the only time that people in the city get to themselves is when they travel. Mumbaikars tell us what they do during their commutes

  • Hold your breath in Hawaii

    Rishaad Saam Mehta rides its crystal waves, goes on giddy mountain hikes and gapes at deep canyons to find that the state is ideal for adrenaline junkies

  • Man escapes death after tyre bursts on Mumbai-Pune Expressway

    The 47-year-old was travelling to Pune when a tyre of his car burst while accelerating on the Mumbai-Pune Expressway; the car rammed into the trees on the divider

  • Travel special: 5 untapped retreats that spell therapy

    If the routine of your daily urban life is weighing you down, now might be the ideal time to check into a wellness getaway for some much-needed R&R at these wellness destinations

  • Actor Amit Sadh lists dos and don'ts while biking to the Himalayas

    June to September is the best time to hit the road for motorcycle trips to the Himalayas. Actor Amit Sadh recently biked from Manali to Khardung La. Here's his tried-and-tested checklist

  • Air India faces maximum passenger complaints

    Air India tops the list of passenger complaints lodged against Indian airlines in July this year, followed by no-frill carrier SpiceJet, official data shows

  • Over 500 tonnes of food grain lie on tracks as train derails

    14 trains on Konkan Railway were cancelled, after 7 wagons of a goods train carrying food grain derailed near Karanjadi railway station in Mahad taluka, Raigad, yesterday

  • The many shades of Antwerp

    There is something for everyone at the Belgian city of Antwerp. Vijaya Pratap writes about how art lovers can gaze at the works of Flemish artist Rubens, families can head to the aquarium and shopaholics can shriek in glee at a historical shopping street

  • Get on top of the world

    Mount Everest climber Basanta Singha Roy speaks of the heights scaled and the highs that come in the exciting world of mountaineering

  • Why Mumbai needs an integrated transport system

    We examines the city’s various modes of transportation, and find that without a nodal agency to chalk out a long-term urban transportation plan, our travelling woes are here to stay