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Snooping In A Salwar

Snooping In A Salwar

Oct 12, 2017

Braving both danger and tedium, women are carving out a niche in the world of private investigation

A Truck Called Sherni

A Truck Called Sherni

Nov 09, 2017

Breaking gendered barricades, meet India’s rare woman truck driver

A Novel Catches The Bus To Wagah

A Novel Catches The Bus To Wagah

Sep 28, 2017

Indian publishers are fertile ground for most ­Pakistani writers who have few options back home

Steady Hands On The Tiller

Steady Hands On The Tiller

Sep 20, 2017

Founding a start-up may not require an MBA degree, but B-school graduates still have an essential role to play

Black Spider Fuzz

Black Spider Fuzz

Sep 14, 2017

Meet dark net, a new drug mule hidden from the law, thriving in the virtual underground

Kangana's <em>Simran</em> Sure Has Wings, But Does Not Manage To Fly

Kangana's Simran Sure Has Wings, But Does Not Manage To Fly

Sep 16, 2017

For a movie that is touted as a thriller, this seems almost comical, but then it lacks a good laugh too.

Manuscripts From The Newsroom

Manuscripts From The Newsroom

Aug 17, 2017

Aided by experience and publishing opportunities, journalists are penning down books like never before

This Toilet Stinks Of Pro-Government Propaganda

This Toilet Stinks Of Pro-Government Propaganda

Aug 11, 2017

Akshay Kumar and Bhumi Pednekar spark well together, but the movie cries for a better script...

Between Motives And Motifs

Between Motives And Motifs

Aug 11, 2017

Indian art issued forth from a deep need to establish an ideal aesthetic. Market forces have hewn off the two, but a vanguard still explores the frontiers.

Pate De Foie Gras Without A Faux Pas

Pate De Foie Gras Without A Faux Pas

Jul 27, 2017

French cuisine drops its airs to make a promising entry in the Indian restaurant scene

Putting The Record Straight

Putting The Record Straight

Jul 21, 2017

LPs slumber on in memories and attics. That is until now, when a generation bred on sparkling digital clarity has discovered vinyl’s unmatched depth of sound. India is part of an exhilarating global comeback of analogue music.

Lipstick Under My Burkha: It’s Audaciously Honest About Women’s Sexual Desires And Fantasies

Lipstick Under My Burkha: It’s Audaciously Honest About Women’s Sexual Desires And Fantasies

Jul 20, 2017

It is in the character of Buaji Usha (Ratna) that the film truly dips into a comedy. Even among the stellar performances by the entire cast, her part of the multi-layered Usha is a show-stealer.

When Love Turns Into Revenge, Sex Is Pornography

When Love Turns Into Revenge, Sex Is Pornography

Jun 29, 2017

Jilted love, extortion or plain perversion, any of which can turn your filmed private moments to porn

You Turn The Path Green

You Turn The Path Green

Jun 29, 2017

Excellence in an off-beat vocation requires flair and, yes, courage. Here are eight such and their pioneers.

Tubelight: When You Long For More Of Sohail In A Salman Khan Film

Tubelight: When You Long For More Of Sohail In A Salman Khan Film

Jun 24, 2017

Spoiler Alert: Even a scene with Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan together fails to bring the house down.

The Well-Oiled Coco Comeback

The Well-Oiled Coco Comeback

Jun 15, 2017

Shadowed by new oil fads and bad publicity in the past, coconut oil makes a dashing re-entry

A Cordon Bleu Butter Chicken

A Cordon Bleu Butter Chicken

May 23, 2017

Lured by food’s media valorisation, wannabe chefs are clogging the doors of culinary schools

Patissier, How’s Your Tarte-Tatin Today?

Patissier, How’s Your Tarte-Tatin Today?

May 23, 2017

Home bakeries have the hits, but the science has to be learnt

Sachin's Biopic Celebrates The Cricketer But Fails To Answer All Questions

Sachin's Biopic Celebrates The Cricketer But Fails To Answer All Questions

May 26, 2017

The film is a big dose of the tumultuous‘90s era in Indian cricket – an era when the BCCI became a super power in world cricket, when match fixing loomed large over cricket, a period that witnessed the battle between Sachin and Azharuddin, players and advertisers.

No Desi Fix For Cord Cutters

No Desi Fix For Cord Cutters

May 19, 2017

Netflix has nearly zero Indian content. The rest at the online entertainment platform aren’t any better.

A Preachy Second Half Spoils The Satirical Comedy

A Preachy Second Half Spoils The Satirical Comedy

May 19, 2017

The much-in-love husband Raj agrees to move out of his ancestral home to an upscale neighbourhood to improve Pia’s chances of getting admission qualifying for the 3km distance admission criteria.

A Quick Visa To Nirvana

A Quick Visa To Nirvana

May 11, 2017

No rules exist in this game of spirituality. Fly and meet the yogi in his abode, where maximal joy is served out with a dash of Hindu mysticism he picked from India.

Selling Dark And Real Aspirations

Selling Dark And Real Aspirations

Mar 30, 2017

New media and the new consumers of India spark a change in hitherto ‘fair and lovely’ advertisements

E. Sreedharan, Delhi Metro

E. Sreedharan, Delhi Metro

Mar 23, 2017

“Whenever there’s a problem, he focuses on the target—‘like Arjuna’. It doesn’t ­matter who he has to crush on the way, even politicians,” says his biographer Rajendra B. Aklekar.

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