Full-time music producer and part-time chef Rayan Dsouza's two-month-old food delivery service is dedicated to pork alone. And although he does a strange mix of Mangalorean and Manipuri flavours, it's enough f...
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Kabir Khan's upcoming web series tells the story of the foot soldiers and captains of Subhash Chandra's Bose's INA, a script he has nurtured over 20 years. He thinks there couldn't be a better time to release ...
With discussions ranging from mental health concerns to interpretations of feminism, book clubs are increasingly offering a focused safe space for difficult conversations
An RSS student, national-level swimmer, supermodel, chain smoker, marathoner and (practically) every woman's fantasy, Milind Soman recalls the many lives he has chased in a just-released memoir.
Sam Fischer's mellifluous voice will have you playing him on repeat on melancholic afternoons, evenings or night.
Not everyone can learn to play an ancient instrument like the Rudra veena. Fewer still manage to build it from scratch. Meet the tax officer who has turned a room in his SoBo home into a raga lab
If you don't manage to catch Nirmika Singh host a AurSuno Shamiyana poetry session over samosa and chai, you can still enjoy her verses on video at home.
A new book reveals the corruption-tainted legacy of the man behind Crawford Market and its far-reaching impact on the Bombay Presidency
One of India's most successful ramp models, Sheetal Mallar's first solo exhibition speaks of her move from before to behind the camera and captures people and spaces in a moment that is never-lasting
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Riyaaz Amlani and Rahul Akerkar, the big daddies of hospitality in India, complete 20 years in the business. It's an occasion to celebrate, reflect and take straight questions.
For over three decades, India's own paradise on Earth has been in turmoil. Here are the best Kashmir-inspired films, pre- and post 377 abrogation
Four restaurant launches in one week. Five more to come. Here's why Powai is beating BKC and Lower Parel, to fast become every hospitality venture's go-to destination
Ali Akbar Mehta recalls his journey growing up studying and understanding Akbar Padamsee's work.
Called United We Groove, it has acts that range from metal to a musician inspired by the '60s and '70s.
Colourful pasta bursting with flavours is what Mumbai's Italian food aficionados want. Home chef Apeksha Agarwal's Pali Hill kitchen is dishing out just what they like.
It's almost always that fashion has mirrored the sentiment of the times. And this year, it's going to be about finding a voice through what you choose to wear
Sexy Camilla is back with a song that's for all you innocent girls planning to turning bad this year.
Mumbai's winter is known to be now-you-feel-it-now-you-don't. So, here's a round-up of the coolest Chikankari buys to equip you for the oncoming summer.
After the American designer who serenaded tees and hoodies announced that streetwear's time was up, indie Indian designers inspired by urban-wear aesthetics, declare: it's not dead, only reincarnated
Crowded, noisy, and far from offering privacy, here are our favourite share-a-table eateries that are totally worth the crush.
A mushroom enthusiast is helping restaurants and retail chains look beyond popular varieties with a startup that grows and teaches you how to grow, everything from oyster to reishi
After a successful debut in the Middle East, Jaipur Literature Festival returns to home turf for a five-day affair with literature, history and activism.
Research has shown that most New Year resolutions come undone by the end of January. Don't want to be part of that statistic? Here's some digital help.
Social media star Kusha Kapila, who makes her screen debut with KJO's Ghost Stories, on her need to make a point even as you LOL.
Three 20th century researchers, who practically every history student follows, were close but didn't agree on everything. TCA Raghavan's latest book looks at Jadunath Sarkar, GS Sardesai, Raghubir Sinh's contr...
Inspired by an old NASA experiment, Jitish Kallat returns with a solo exhibition in his home city that asks, will we be proud of how we appear to those who don't know us, in another space and time?
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