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The architect on pedestal

The major challenge is that of metallurgy — how to keep the bronze from corrosion in a saline atmosphere.

25 Dec 2016 12:17 AM

Please be kind, don’t rewind

Classics are making a comeback on the big screen in a big way, but not everyone is cheering for the change.

23 Dec 2016 12:07 AM

Anarkali comes back to life

Theatre director and playwright, Feroz Abbas Khan talks about his new screen-to-stage adaptation of Mughal-E-Azam.

22 Dec 2016 12:12 AM

Tiny tales — a tall order

From humble beginnings to fanfare and now Filmfare — start-up TTT is all about the love for brevity.

20 Dec 2016 12:07 AM

Organiser gets ‘mouthful’ from trailwalkers

Participants complain about unpalatable food served to them.

16 Dec 2016 3:33 AM


Life of TV hangs on a wire?

Telly industry insiders ruminate over the golden period of Indian television and the current state of regressive content.

14 Dec 2016 12:11 AM

Ambedkar, bridging New York and Mumbai

The incredible work that Babasaheb put into laying the foundation for an equal and fair country.

08 Dec 2016 12:14 AM

Not so far from the madding crowd

A 90-minutes drive from the city will take you to Art Village, a serene retreat for lovers of all things fine.

07 Dec 2016 12:07 AM

Art of baul: From Bengal with love

This is my aim — to keep the tradition of baul music and make people understand the philosophy of baul.

04 Dec 2016 12:34 AM

Reality and the lens

Listen to wonderfully wicked anecdotes of how filmmaker Rakesh Sharma negotiates the system and why he makes the films he does.

03 Dec 2016 12:07 AM


Hunt the old charm of Bandra

The co-founder of Travel Master Gogo, a travel company that has organised Fast and Curious, an exploratory hunt across Bandra.

27 Nov 2016 12:44 AM

Something Amis

The British novelist on his latest trip to India, speaks of his love for words, his stardom as a literary figure.

27 Nov 2016 12:24 AM

A swim to remember

He has 10 world, three Asian and seven national records to his credit.

26 Nov 2016 12:15 AM

With a little help from the mitra

A city start-up is letting you hire a ‘friend’ to stand in the serpentine queue at banks.

24 Nov 2016 12:22 AM

Gulzar gets ‘Poet Laureate’ award at Literary Fest

Says to understand the essence of a language, read poetry in that language.

19 Nov 2016 2:38 AM


Thota Vaikuntam: The poet of figures

Celebrated artist Thota Vaikuntam looks back at his works and inspiration in the run-up to his retrospective in the city.

14 Nov 2016 12:25 AM