July 03, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
Intelligent, colourful and vibrant popular cinema, full of action, adventure, romance, drama and humour. Watch it.
Aug 02, 2004
Harry Potter And The Prisoner Of Azkaban
It is the best one so far, but there is hardly any Quidditch
Jun 21, 2004
Enter The Bat Cave
Bored? Idle? Flipping channels for some late-night ambrosia? The idiot box is the last place you'll find it.
Jun 14, 2004
ETmail: Can You Read This
ET/UFO fanatics get ready for their Vindhyas rendezvous, circa 2009
May 24, 2004
BC In 2004 AD
This coming-of-age tale's warmth, clarity and humour more than compensate for the very overdone ABCD theme.
May 10, 2004
'None Of The Above'
Their disconnect with elections is not always a function of their station in life, but the venality of politics itself
May 10, 2004
Not just a well-plotted police drama; it is also a serious examination of troubled relationships between friends and families.
May 03, 2004
Comic, Dead Serious
A novel twist to the world of images. Now in India, as a genre-blurring trend.
May 03, 2004
Wake Up To A Brand New Yawn
This is L.K. Advani's quadrilateral. But backstage on Ranchi's big day, ribaldry rules.
Apr 26, 2004
You just might like it for its own sake, but even if you find yourself neither involved nor titillated, you will have a good laugh
Apr 19, 2004
The film takes a winning recipe (add star cast to Grisham novel, stick in blender) and presents a well-cooked, cerebral flick, with excellent editing, a tight script and an edgy, atmospheric soundtrack.
Apr 05, 2004
Like Team India on an off day, it entertains, but fails to deliver
Mar 15, 2004
PM Modi’s Ladakh Visit Boosts Soldiers’ Morale But Takes Opposition By Surprise
4.7 Magnitude Earthquake Hits Alwar; Strong Tremors Felt In Delhi, Nearby Areas
Bravery Prerequisite For Peace: PM Modi To Troops In Ladakh
Refrain From Actions That May Escalate Situation At LAC: China on PM's Ladakh Visit
Nine Of Those Killed In Delhi Riots Were Forced To Shout 'Jai Shri Ram', Police Tells Court
OBITUARY | Sir Everton Weekes, Butcher And A Gentleman
Guilty Conscience And Sheer Neglect Of Legacy: Congress Has Lost Narasimha Rao To BJP
Sanjay Jha Is Right About Congress But He Also Symbolises What Ails The Party
PM CARES To Ladakh Standoff: The Govt's Use Of Opaque Filters
Big Punch Of The Little Magazine
Atmanirbhar Bharat And A Clueless Government
29 People, Majority Pakistani Sikh Pilgrims, Killed In Accident
Japan Opposes 'Unilateral Attempts To Change Status Quo' On LAC
‘Which Tiger, Paper Or Circus?’: Kamal Nath Takes Swipe At Scindia
Meet Nila, India’s First Digital Model Ready To Join Fashion Industry
PM Meets Soldiers Injured In Galwan Clash, Says They Gave 'Befitting Reply'
'Hindi Cinema Lost Its Adaa': Bollywood Celebs Mourn Saroj Khan's Death
Salary Cuts During COVID-19 Could Fuel Corruption: IOC-led Paper
2011 World Cup: No Reason To Doubt Integrity Of Final, Says ICC ACU Head
Bihar Is In A Mess And We’ll Change It: Yashwant Sinha
Privatisation Of Indian Railways: Why A Tragic Hero Is Always At Mammoth Odds
Opinion | To Push Back China's Growing Belt And Road Initiative Will Be India's Main Challenge
COVID-19 Shifting Diary