She is the editor of Sunday mid-day and writes on health. She has interests in Mumbai's architectural heritage and her favourite escape is a good, deep sea dive or a piece of fantasy fiction
The last frontier of theatre has arrived. What does watching a play on screen feel like?
Sports scientist and psychologist Shayamal Vallabhjee's next book aims to help you perform better. In sports, the boardroom or life
If the argument that buildings can shape happiness is true, it's time we reimagine our hospitals for a post-COVID world where the refuge for the sick don't turn into infection hot zones
Mumbai's cat parents are turning to online courses and academic books to decode their mysterious feline companions
Psychiatrists say behavioural issues of children and adults have caused conflict situations, leading many to seek professional help
City docs are developing apps that allow for prescriptions to be filled online and medical history to be stored on cloud
Discouraging non-essential commute and ban on gatherings means the politician moved further away from the electorate. Despite pre-COVID WhatsAppisation of Indian politics, can an election be fought in the virtual world?
Sushant Singh Rajput's suicide has brought the focus back on mental health and seeking help. But how do those who help us survive a mental storm handle their emotions when a client takes his life?
Israeli systems biologists recommend a cycle of four days of work, followed by 10 days of lockdown as the middle path in the battle between beating the virus and restarting the economy
It's not lay-off season everywhere. The pandemic has led to growth and expansion for some, and online grocers, ed-tech firms and fantasy sports and commerce are looking at a bright future
Listen to Sonam Kalra's sufi songs >> AT: 8 PM; WHERE: Zoom TV's Facebook page
We got a fab host, resto bar owner and party planner to share hacks on having a rollicking time without leaving the room
In a post-lockdown world, where the risk of COVID-19 hasn't died but life must continue, practising medicine is going to be fraught with risks-both, for practitioners and you, the patient. And, Mumbai's docs are lining up protocols and tech supplement
A world without hugs looks bleak indeed. Psychologists tell us how to cope without the warmth of an embrace
Leaders of top Indian firms admit two months of grappling with a virus, the lockdown and an economic downturn has challenged every corporate rule in their book, leading to an enlightened unlearning they are both grateful for and surprised at
The pandemic has put weight behind long-time argument to protect open spaces. An expert panel suggests smart tweaks for Mumbai's urban infra while we still have the time
Want to know if that cough is a tiny congestion or a COVID symptom? Private firms step in to help attend to citizen queries
Denied access to roads and parks, runners are staying in form by completing full marathons by weaving circles around their furniture. But is it like the real deal?
Saved tons thanks to restrictions on movement and out-of-bounds leisure? But will you be able to change how you spend in future?
Hear Shekhar Suman read Sahir Ludhianvi's poems - At: 5PM; Where: Instagram, @shekhusuman