While BJP and Congress are expected to go to polls with former bed fellows Sena and NCP, the emergence of a third front will make the race interesting in Maharashtra
The 'makeover' plan for Byculla zoo, close on the heels of the death of the baby Humboldt penguin, reeks of lack of sensitivity, and worse, further battles for the next set of exotic residents
A female ghost with sexual desires, who abducts men, and cheerfully leaves Exhibit A behind? That's certainly a first for Bollywood
Decriminalising homosexuality on paper is great, but we also should think about the millions among us yet to taste freedom
What brings Demi Moore, Frieda Printo, Rajkummar Rao, Manoj Bajpayee into the same film?
What happens when the principles of jugaad are applied to vegetables never seen before?
To combat insanely high rentals and a space crunch among venues, up and coming theatrewallahs in the city are finding new avenues to ensure their work sees the light of day
Dhaka city, with a population of over 18 million, is catatonic with traffic jams. Average driving speed is less than 7km/hour, and it is quite normal to arrive one or two hours late for an appointment
Democracy is about transparency, because those in power represent the rest of us. When was the last time they explained their actions though?
After a long wait, the LGBT community in India is now celebrating the end of an archaic, colonial-era law â Section 377
In December 2013, when the Supreme Court reinstated Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code, which was read down by the Delhi High Court in July 2009, it argued about that scrapping Section 377 or not, was not fo...
The verdict sets the stage for larger legal and social gambits
Really, what's the point of India's Gilded Age, without its own The Great Gatsby. No?
In the world of molecular cuisine, you have to be crazy to win as many awards as Gaggan has
As the festive season takes over the city, our famous sutradhaars are geared to face the ride. What about the rest of us?
Dissent is not just a safety valve but the saving grace of a country where yes-men don't care that we're chasing regress, not progress
Reluctant before, Maharashtra police have made public certain evidence against activists whom they link to the Maoist movement, and are confident of proving charges in court, aware that the accused were acquit...
It is the land of tiffin, Horlicks barfi, button idlis, bullet idlis, CC bath (chow chow bath, that's upma and sheera), "chill madi" (take it easy) and more
An automation engineer, born in Kolhapur and raised in Mumbai, emerges as an ambassador for conservation of Indian dog breeds, particularly the under-recognised native hounds of Maharashtra
I always find it amusing, and heart-breaking, to observe my countrymen abroad behave in a way they never choose to back home
Without our realising it, we have been surrendering, inadvertently, our basic rights as tax-paying citizens of a democratic republic
One can't help but wonder if humans are naturally designed to live in urban jungles. Too late for that debate, though?
Tarachand Saggar wanted only thing all his life - immortality
PM Modi kept a tight grip on power and public relations, but the economy slipped his grasp, and now, the 2019 polls could follow suit
Death of the baby Humboldt penguin adds to the laundry list of unpleasant reminders about city's lack of sensitivity towards its flora & fauna
RaGa appears to have understood his limitations, distancing himself from talk of being a replacement for PM Modi
My own dad, S Rammohan, was a gentle sweetie. He was incredibly compassionate, and spent his last years among cancer patients, who had been sent home to die, as medicine could not help them any more
Apathy and consistent lack of leadership have managed to ruin what was once a vibrant metropolis. We sat back and let it happen
How do you engage in the sanctity of writing when there is so much out there that occupies your mind space? The answer: concentration
Taking in for a brief moment, the de-facto epicentre of India's political capital