The vital contributions of leading Bombay physicians and surgeons have been honoured with roads named after them. Two doctors are engaged in a fascinating documentation
Take a close look at who stands by you when the chips are down, and remember that when eventually things get better
In the process of being kind to the world, people often forget the most important entity who must be attended to first - oneself.
Roberts, who has expressed anguish at the possibility of WI not raking in big bucks for being part of next week's cricket resumption in the UK, never knew what it was to lose a Test to England.
The privileged, Indian man cannot cook; okay #NotAllMen. But hey, I can prepare Maggi, says the 'maa ka ladla' with some bragging rights.
Antoine de Saint-Exupery's The Little Prince has been a recurring theme in my life. And the last time it popped up was the spookiest yet.
As we step into unlock mode, let's not forget those calming images of clear blue skies, dolphins caressing the waters of the Arabian Sea and those riotous pink carpet shows. The pandemic taught a valuable less...
Evidence suggests that the pandemic has strengthened people's faith in God, proving that now more than ever the human mind needs this emotional crutch amidst the incomprehensible situation it is faced with
A celeb kills himself. Boring. We want a villain punished, even if there isn't one. Suicide just isn't a script with box office possibilities. Suicide is dull. Suicide is a festival film at best. Now, murder. ...
Typographist Manasi Keni's concrete poetry evokes funny lockdown moments around otherwise unnoticed crows, sunsets and the aromatic ginger potted indoors
A king was given the choice of all the gold he wanted in exchange for his sleep. The king chose sleep. He knew that without sleep, one cannot be a happy person. One may have all the gold in the world; but, if ...
Achyut Borgaokar did a good job of the Farsi-Marathi subtitles. When international cinema gets not only English, but even Indian regional language subtitles, it is definitely level 2.0.
The next day, SOC sent me a delivery I hadn't ordered: each of my favourite dishes, plus their specials, and a thank you note that I still have
Asking questions disturbs ministers tirelessly working for India and can damage democracy, which is why it should never be encouraged
As the world tries to find its bearings in a post-pandemic world, I think of those dealing with stressed or violent domestic lives and separate truth from fiction in the news coming from back home
Meeting players who missed out on an India cap can leave you with a lump in the throat, memories of which came up as Indian cricket lost another domestic giant in Haryana-based spinner Rajinder Goel.
Moral of the actor's story? Let us frame a moral first (nepotism, for one), and then start chasing a story that will fit into it!.
Think of it as looking pious while sinning. Racism in the third degree is where you can be racist while claiming not to be.
How did our sutradhaars react to their city on their first walk after Mission Begin Again was announced?
The reason for the national party failing to compete with the Shiv Sena and other MVA partner may lie within its own set-up
In this turbulent period when job losses abound, here's a story that challenges the philosophical proposition that any means adopted to enhance a business's economic efficiency are morally correct
He'd figured a way to compartmentalise - put on his 'happy' face, his impassive look not to give the world any inkling of the demons raging within him
Breathless after #JusticeForSushantSinghRajput one twitter handle hashtagged, just to cover all bases, #ChineseAttack #BlackLivesMatter #KunalKamraRoast. Sorry, #Sushi.
Just because they were treated as outsiders, they do not treat others as outsiders. They don't take the meanness forward. The don't render others unsuitable
Nisarga was nothing. The children of 1948, now the city's golden generation, relive vivid memories of the severe cyclone that battered Bombay that year
Sushant Singh Rajput, a young man, a successful person, a popular movie star, sadly, died by suicide a week ago. A sigh of sorrow barely emerged, before it was blown away by a cacophony of self-importance
Safety is key as you gear up to watch the annular solar eclipse on June 21
Experts do say in this paper's report that not all criminals reoffend or it would be incorrect to make a sweeping judgement like once a criminal, always a crimina
I used to think of journeys by long-distance trains across India as magical, but adulthood has changed that perception drastically
As a non-conformist who has had to overcome barriers of privilege, class and colour, I realise it is with such outcasts that the inclusive, equitable world of the future, devoid of power hierarchies, belongs