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Vanessa Viegas

‘There’s something really cathartic about singing’

His principle in life is simple; he likes to keep busy at all times and gets anxious if he’s not “creating something from nothing”.

28 Sep 2018 12:52 AM

Behind the seams

The eventual goal of this endeavour is to help these local women take complete ownership of the project and run it independently.

27 Sep 2018 12:24 AM

Swami Nithyananda delivers a brain freeze

From cows speaking in Tamil and Sanskrit to debunking Einstein's theory of relativity, Swami Nithyananda has an answer for everything.

21 Sep 2018 12:54 AM

Teach for Ganesha

Three Ganeshotsav Mandals in the city are collecting stationery for students in tribal areas of Maharashtra through knowledge boxes.

20 Sep 2018 12:42 AM

Beat street revolution

Hip-hop, once an underground art form, is now grabbing considerable mainstream spotlight.

18 Sep 2018 12:00 AM

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Keeping It Real

The journey to Love Sonia, however, took Tabrez 15 long years, mainly because no one wanted to make a movie on trafficking in Hindi.

13 Sep 2018 12:13 AM

A long way home

Two Jewish Marathi magazines are connecting the community from Mumbai to Ashdod in Israel.

11 Sep 2018 12:00 AM

Love becomes legal

Supreme Court repeals Section 377 and Bollywood celebrities hail the historic judgement.

07 Sep 2018 12:00 AM

Taking the legacy forward

A few years ago, there was not much literature available on this gharana, which is one of the reasons for its low popularity.

05 Sep 2018 12:07 AM

Moving mountains

Deborah Baker’s latest offering, The Last Englishmen is a captivating account of India, Everest and The British Empire.

02 Sep 2018 12:15 AM

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Food for thought

A growing body of evidence also suggests veganism could lower the risk of lifetsyle diseases.

02 Sep 2018 12:00 AM

Love for hire

A city entrepreneur has come up with ‘Rent a Boyfriend’ app that claims to ‘eradicate depression’.

30 Aug 2018 12:09 AM

A brief history of time

Online museum Sarmaya aims to fuel imaginations by making historical art and artefacts available to all.

28 Aug 2018 12:18 AM

All work, no play

With work-life balance severely off-kilter in most cities, it raises concerns about the mental and physical toll wrought by the chaotic work schedule.

23 Aug 2018 12:00 AM

Rhythm on range

Musician Satyasheel Deshpande attempts to unravel the diverse aesthetical ideologies of gharanas through the rich repertoire of their bandishes.

22 Aug 2018 12:52 AM

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Gender Benders

Comic books and children's novels are now addressing deep-seated sexism and hyper-sexualized depiction of female superheroes.

16 Aug 2018 12:17 AM

The power of music

His therapy is largely based on Ayurveda and certain traditions of Indian classical music, which are aided by applied sciences and medicine.

14 Aug 2018 12:30 AM

Matriarchy in macho land

India's only selection to the 75th Venice International Film Festival explores gender politics through the eyes of a female police officer.

10 Aug 2018 12:24 AM

Under the influence

Sangeetha Sreenivasan’s book Acid accepts the world as it is and leaves no space for unwanted arguments.

08 Aug 2018 12:46 AM

A pie that won

City-based chef, Varun Inamdar attempts to create a massive chocolate mud-pie to enter the Guinness World Records.

07 Aug 2018 12:30 AM

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