Mumbai's oldest music band, now in its 50th year, preps for high-energy Ganesh festivities, longing to play at the feet of the illustrious Lalbaugcha Raja
What do you do when someone you have known for years turns out to represent everything you despise? Should you stay or go?
For years now, different mandals have come under fire either for poor crowd management, noise pollution, digging up the road so that the poles for shamiana can be inserted and other problems. Here, they need a...
Instead of state and world affairs, I'm going to talk about a matter so simple it boggles the minds of even the most intelligent among us
This is not about favouring one faith over the other. Do not let that kind of ugly sentiment spoil the mood of the moment. Fun and fervour is part of the day but put responsibility at the top tier of your fest...
The keenness of Brearley, Greig and Amiss to develop head protection that has resulted in a safer world for batsmen must be recognised
The jerk caused the tyre to burst, broke the ring of the tyre and hit the bike behind it. The bike fell and the toddler, who was with the rider and another passenger, died
The incident occurred when the mayor visited the spot to offer condolences to the kin of a woman and her son who died after being electrocuted in the floodwater
Here's the only way to catch season two of Sacred Games -- which released last week -- if you haven't already: burn slow, don't binge!
The new law has made instant triple talaq a cognizable offence, punishable with up to three years in jail
What if all honkers of horns are forced to listen toan ear-splitting 20-minute symphony of car horns?
It's no use asking how Bradman would cope with Anderson's swing, any more than it is someone contemplating how Smith would cope Harold Larwood's bodyline attack in 1932-33
Smith's condition deteriorated on Sunday morning and he was substituted. While better sense seems to have eventually prevailed, the incident has exposed deficiencies in the ICC's efforts to make the game safer
As the city gears to welcome its favourite deity, our sutradhars wonder if we have warmed up to be more environmentally-conscious as global issues like climate change loom large
Ever since it got a new president and five working presidents, the Maharashtra unit has stopped talking in one voice
Two neighbouring paths under Kennedy Bridge in Girgaum, Vitthalbhai Patel Road and Procter Road, reveal startling contrasts and confluences
I am a rod. An iron rod. Not a gun. Not a stone. Not a sword. Not a bomb. Not a Molotov cocktail. I am a rod. A short iron rod
We need to see more films where a woman is treated, and judged, just like a man. Because, the film asks, when a woman needs help, where are the real men?
For Indians, Aryavarta is the land where the Vedic culture evolved, where the Ramayana and Mahabharata were composed, and where the doctrine of Buddha and Mahavira thrived
It's true that Vidya Sinha embodied a certain 1970s woman: middle-class, office-going, boyfriend-having, in splashy floral printed saris, accessorised with dark glasses and handbags
Though the Board for Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) congratulated the team on their maiden Physical Disability T20 World Series win, the membersâ champion outfit and its association, AICAPC are quite jus...
My favourite teacher passed away two years ago, and I am still trying to reconcile myself to the enormity of that loss
Now is the time to speak up, to speak out or the oppressor will eventually perceive your silence as consent for your annihilation
The first step is to shatter stereotypes and shut down the bullies
While the Lord's crowd would lap up some entertaining cricket, what they might also want to see is more than just a sprinkle of grit
Since the State election is around the corner, the model Code of Conduct will come into effect soon and the cutting down of trees for the car shed cannot proceed
What this case does is throw the spotlight on the general biker menace that DPC residents have been complaining about for more than a year now
With as much plot and pathos as cinema and swagger, Once Upon A Time In Hollywood, on August 15, is a serious win-win for Quentin
The report detailed how a war has erupted over the money collected by non-profits for his treatment
Their condition is called hyperthymesia. And, it seems, some of the most famous, successful people around us have it