A report in this paper stated that the family feels it will be apt tribute to mark the centenary of his death anniversary on December 18
Buoyed by his party's 3-state win, Cong president faces real challenge putting together a multi-dimensional cast and crew for 2019
An innovative pop-up turned out to be a fantastic example of compassion for and co-existence with our four-legged Bombaywallahs
The parishes of Sonapur, Dabul and Cavel around Kalbadevi are steeped in little-known history
There is something so powerless about what hunger reduces us to
It is, at once, a metaphysical story, as well as a story of devotion, recounted most simplistically
Here are my top 10 Bollywood films of 2018 Hindi cinema, including mainstream indie and mindie mainstream indie films
What we post on social media platforms says as much about us as it does about the people who have access to this information
The nutty treat has been pulled off the shelves by the Maharashtra Food and Drugs Administration (FDA) for violating food safety forms
When someone says they're seeing a therapist, it's not a sign of anything missing in their life; it's an extra advantage on the path to happiness
Patients will get unique health cards, with a specific number that will help doctors/ hospitals get information about them
India wicketkeeper must remember that his behind-the-stumps chirping could prove counter productive when he faces the Aussie quicks
The trigger for the trepidation was an advertisement calling for bids from developers for the construction of these houses
Do people moving to mobile phones for entertainment actually make film fests more relevant? Think so
The University stadium is one of the city's historical venues for track and field athletes
Small actions, some of them even done unthinkingly every day, can sometimes give a city a bad name
Finding it immensely difficult, if not impossible, to negotiate Mumbai's narrow lanes and bylanes, the Mumbai fire brigade had last year, planned to procure motorcycles that could carry 40 litres of water and ...
There are plenty of lists for the best books of the year, so here are some of 2018's disappointments instead, to help save your time
The Marathi play Terav, enacted by farm widows themselves, is a window into their gut-wrenching experiences following their husbands' deaths
Our favourite sutradhaars take stock of the good and not-so-good news that created a buzz in and around their addas over the past few days
It is all the more important and welcome then, that this workshop for stand-up comedians gets more attendees
Renowned paediatrician Dr RK Anand's wife celebrates her role in building an extended family that includes meat lovers and vegetarians
There is growing 'cow vigilantism,' 'love jihad' and worse, often with impunity from the law.
The excess was definitely off-putting, revealing that while elites may somewhat challenge norms of gender, they resist challenging those of caste and class, which maintain their social privilege
All Dharmashatras say, all traditions (riti) and laws (niti) must be subject to change depending on geography (desh), history (kala) and capability of communities (guna) involved. This idea is reiterated in th...
Democracy lies sacrificed at the altar of anarchy Moral fibre in tatters, Irreparable, toxic waste In the air, in our heads The rhetorical question. this extreme violence. Latent angerâ¦ or cathartic explosio...
Adecade since terrorists attacked our city on November 26, 2008, we have yet to take the lessons they taught us seriously
Science has taken great leaps when it comes to HIV and AIDS treatment. Now our attitude and outlook must keep pace with how medicine has progressed
Different agencies need to call a truce and citizens cannot be bounced off warring departments, as we often see. Unity of purpose, streamlining of work and clear responsibilities will ensure this
Therapy has encouraged me to put myself at the centre of my own story, to search for happiness and love within, no matter how vulnerable Ifeel