Thursday, Aug 06, 2020 | Last Update : 06:22 PM IST

135th Day Of Lockdown

Maharashtra46826530552116476 Tamil Nadu2734602148154461 Andhra Pradesh1864611043541681 Karnataka151449746792804 Delhi1402321261164044 Uttar Pradesh104388605581857 West Bengal83800589621846 Telangana7095850814576 Gujarat65704485612529 Bihar6203140760349 Assam4816233429115 Rajasthan4667932832732 Haryana3779631226448 Odisha3768124483258 Madhya Pradesh3508225414912 Kerala279561629988 Jammu and Kashmir2239614856417 Punjab1901512491462 Jharkhand140705199129 Chhatisgarh10109761369 Uttarakhand8008484795 Goa7075511460 Tripura5520367528 Puducherry4147253758 Manipur301818147 Himachal Pradesh2879171013 Nagaland24056594 Arunachal Pradesh179011053 Chandigarh120671520 Meghalaya9173305 Sikkim7832971 Mizoram5022820

Sriram Karriv

Academic critics, Leave art alone

It is the prerogative of artists and writers to decide the construct of their work, doesn’t matter what context academic critics read it in

18 Feb 2018 3:31 AM

I was as casteist and classist as possible: TM Krishna

It’s hard not to know T.M. Krishna if one is even slightly acquainted with Carnatic music.

13 Aug 2016 10:22 PM

No ‘party’ for single men

It’s 10 pm on salary day and Jane is just prepping herself for a party. She heads to a posh club in SoBo (Ones that she can only afford on salary night).

30 Jul 2016 9:44 PM

Don’t think it’ll ever sink in, says Rohit Khandelwal

Until just a few years ago, Rohit Khandelwal was one of the millions of Indian youth slogging long hours behind an obscure desk in the corporate sector.

25 Jul 2016 10:04 PM

Rajinikanth has rubbed off on me: Mayur, voice of the actor's Kabali in Hindi

Mayur says that the tough part is to keep the dialogues, which were originally meant for Tamil.

22 Jul 2016 1:40 PM


Rajinikanth has rubbed off on me, says Mayur Vyas

It’s every professor’s ardent wish to have the group he’s addressing pay full attention to him, instead of staring at their smartphones, or worse, dozing off.

21 Jul 2016 10:12 PM

‘Quarter’ is the new ‘large’

Ever been to a pub or a bar and complained ‘I wish I got more drinks for my money’, ‘Why aren’t the starters never enough’ or even, ‘I come here so often, I should better treatment’

17 Jul 2016 10:18 PM

Do it the ‘DIY’ way

Ever been to a furniture or flea market lined up with simple stools, shelves and home décor items and thought, ‘Hey, I’m sure I can make that at home myself’ Well, you’re not alone.

15 Jul 2016 10:32 PM

From Maggi to Modi

Writing an introduction for Shiv Visvanathan is a tough business. Author, professor, sociologist, public intellectual — he starts his day as one, and ends it as another.

03 Jul 2016 1:14 AM

Comics get cyber savvy

Homegrown comic artists and publishers are taking comics off the bookshelves and delivering it directly to electronic screens by embracing the digital space

29 Jun 2016 10:22 PM


Raghu Dixit: I love playing daddy!

His band’s present line-up features a violinist who’s 22, a flautist of the same age and a guitarist who is all but 19!

16 Jun 2016 10:09 PM

A brand new brotherhood

Owning a high-end superbike or a touring motorcycle is no longer just a guilty pleasure but rather an entry ticket to a loyal brotherhood of bikers

16 Jun 2016 10:05 PM

Caught in the marital web

Even as the government cracks down on the verification process in matrimonial sites, experts suggest the way forward

04 Jun 2016 10:02 PM

At 34, I feel like I’m ancient, says Sorabh Pant

Fatherhood has a unique way of affecting one’s career. For some, it’s a stimulant, while for others it means taking a break for familial commitments.

03 Jun 2016 10:08 PM

Whose story is it anyway

Writer Imran Ali Khan is on a mission to weave together the numerous folk renditions Ramayana.

17 May 2016 11:16 PM


Did you just say American Jain

An ‘American’ joint that specialises in organic ‘Jain’ food—now that may not sound quite right but that’s exactly what BKC’s newest restaurant The American Joint is all about.

06 May 2016 7:35 AM

Water Warrior

He is the primary reason why an enterprise as big as the Indian Premier League had to move out of Maharashtra.

30 Apr 2016 10:35 PM

Everyone’s on ‘board’

A number of clubs and communities in the city are helping boards games gain popularity—not just as a fun pastime, but as a serious recreational activity.

29 Apr 2016 10:20 PM

No playing with scissors

The censor board has had a busy year churning out one controversy after the other, be it for the infamous ‘ban-list’ of cuss words (a brainchild of its controversial head Pahlaj Nihlani) or for its ge

27 Apr 2016 11:06 PM

Dance like nobody is watching

Who doesn’t like to shake a leg at pubs or nightclubs from time to time But what about those who don’t have functional legs Or eyesight for that matter

14 Apr 2016 4:36 PM