• World No 1 shuttler Lee Chong Wei to be tested in Norway

    Malaysia's badminton world number one Lee Chong Wei, who is reported to have failed an initial doping test, will travel to Norway on Sunday for follow-up testing, media said yesterday

  • Travel special: 2 trips to sign up for

    Experience the Rann of Kutch and explore Ramgarh's painted folktales

  • Brad Pitt had his first flight at 25

    Actor Brad Pitt likes taking his kids around the globe for his work because he thinks travelling is educational and says that he had never been on a plane until he was 24 or 25

  • My father allowed me to make mistakes: Anirudh Dhoot

    The third generation scion of Videocon Group talks to Phorum Dalal about his penchant for travel and music, and shares his future plans

  • Railways earn Rs 5.5 crore from ticketless travellers

    The authorities intensified their drives against ticketless passengers between April to September and swung into action at stations between Pune Junction and Lonavala

  • Saradha scam: CBI files first chargesheet

    The CBI Wednesday filed its first chargesheet in the Saradha scam, naming scam kingpin Sudipta Sen, his close aide Debjani Mukherjee and suspended Trinamool Congress parliamentarian Kunal Ghosh

  • Diwali travel special: Road map to Satara's scenic wonders

    While most travellers are content with marvelling at the famous Kaas Plateau, many lesser-known destinations around Satara are dotted with serene lakes, verdant valleys and gushing waterfalls. Here’s how to make your Diwali weekend drive a memorable one

  • Walk on the wild side at the Tadoba-Andhari Tiger Reserve

    To spot a big cat in a forest, you need great luck and sharp eyesight. Sachin Kalbag chronicles his experience at Tadoba Andhari Tiger Reserve, Maharashtra’s largest national park, which spans 625 sq km and has one of the highest tiger densities in the country

  • Photographers can go trigger-happy along Mumbai's wild side

    Already a year old, a city-based weekend photo walks group has been introducing enthusiasts to the wonders of Mumbai's diverse flora and fauna

  • Pune Chaap: Pashan Lake

    A slice of the city that misses the eye

  • Athens: Best of classical and modern worlds

    Greek city Athens's charm lies in the fact that it is a living museum. Kalpana Sunder writes about the city, which offers the best of classical and modern worlds through its museum-like metros, centuries-old amphitheatres and chic nightclubs

  • Mumbai: WR's 'fortress checks' rake in fines at Andheri

    In the last three months, TCs have caught people using the FOB without a ticket; many claim they are simply using the skywalk connecting the Metro and the station’s FOB

  • Tourism on the rocks: Cave trail around Maharashtra

    With the Union Tourism Ministry’s plans to create tourist circuits meant to popularise tourism in India, we created a cave circuit to explore Maharashtra’s rich, diverse and stunning sites

  • Mumbai-Goa via sea: The hurdles

    Mumbai-Goa travellers may have the sea route as an option soon. But, big cruise operators need much better facilities for vessels to berth and upscale terminals for tourists to alight at, to take in the famed sights of Goa

  • The heart of India

    The holy town of Maheshwar and the abandoned city of Mandu, once home to the Mughals in Madhya Pradesh, beckon Aruna Rathod, who falls in love with the romance and royalty of an era bygone

  • Travel special: Go on a flower trail to Kaas Plateau, Thoseghar Falls

    Don't miss out on the picturesque Kaas Plateau; add the scenic Thoseghar Falls to the trip, and make the most of your weekend adventure

  • Travel taking its toll on Deepika Padukone

    Deepika Padukone apparently fell ill during the last leg of the promotional tour for her upcoming film 'Happy New Year'

  • Travel special: On Mahatma Gandhi's world trail

    It wasn't just India that benefitted and got motivated by the non-violent ideas of Mohandas Karamchand Gandhi. On the Mahatma's 145th birth anniversary, the guide crisscrosses across the globe in search of memorials raised in his memory

  • Nobel laureates summit cancelled after South Africa denies visa to Dalai Lama

    The World Summit of Nobel Peace laureates, scheduled for this month in South Africa, has been cancelled and shifted out of the country, owing to the denial of a travel visa to Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama

  • 5th Jagran Film Festival: A fitting finale

    The fifth edition of the Jagran Film Festival, India’s sole travelling cinema gala, wound up on Sunday night.  We give you a glimpse into the closing night of the festival that saw a heady mix of talent and glamour in attendance