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Street affair enters cafes

Poori bhaaji platter at Desiya Cafe

From mouth-watering golgappas to cutting chai served with vada paav, plush cafes and sophisticated, fine-dining restaurants are now increasingly serving desi street food and regional delicacies as a p

Musical rib-ticklers

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Popular ’90s American comedy singer-songwriter and satirist ‘Weird Al’ Yankovic’s comeback success, with his album Mandatory Fun topping the charts, has put the spotlight once again on satirical rib-t

The conspiracy behind success

Author Nikhil Chandwani while directing his  documentary

For many of us, criticism is a somewhat bitter pill to swallow.

Webcert @ just Rs 1

Actor-director-singer Farhan Akhtar will perform live at the stroke of midnight on August 14 for one of India’s very first live

As the clock strikes 12 tonight, a first of its kind online concert will ring in India’s 68th Independence Day

Sweet fusion

Imarti flan with fresh fruits and custard

From music to arts, fusion is the raging trend, and it’s also invaded the sweet abode of traditional mithais. With Rakhsha Bandhan around the corner, fusion sweets are much in demand.

Go book clubbing

Members of Maha Varta meet to discuss  their understanding of the Mahabharata

City’s lit clubs are going uber social and uniting readers with common interests by organising both online and offline meets

New vampire on the block

Karan Kundra

He is young and charming and wary of the tedious lifestyle of a daily soap artist and is equally aware of the pros and cons of being a Bollywood actor.

Spiritually Shekhar!

Shekhar Ravjiani

The busy Bollywood composer took time off to fulfil his grandmother’s wish

Monsoon munchies

ROLLU'S BUN SAMOSA.

Pakora, samosa, ghughra, keema pav or fried wontons are best paired with cutting chai on a rainy day

Interpreting words on canvas

 Ankur and Alexshendra

An artist gives wings of visual imagination to 11 women centric fictional tales

A political party which seeks a text book start often remains superficial, pretending that the preamble or the introduction remains the real thing. For a party that created a great propaganda machine to devastate the Congress during the election, the Bharatiya Janata Party regime has little to say.

The Narendra Modi government approaching the 100-day mark demands an assessment of its performance. A national television channel even arranged, more a boxing match than a debate, a programme on whether Mr Modi’s foreign policy is continuity or radical change.