• Nov
    By Gargi Bhattacharya

    Jagat Guru Sant Rampalji Maharaj was not exactly a household name until this week’s infamous standoff at Barwala in Haryana’s Hissar district. Even though the self-appointed godman spent 18

  • The word of the year (vape) was announced this year just as I came up on my one-month anniversary of quitting smoking. I’ve tried to quit smoking before and

  • Nov

    The internationally reknowned Bruno Art Group’s presence in India had so far been restricted to the India Art Fairs. The group has recently opened a gallery in Singapore and

  • By Arnav Pandya

    Mutual funds have a portfolio of stocks and often investors have an urge to know which stocks are present in the portfolio. This is meant to give them a

  • Nov
    By Senjam Raj Sekhar

    1. Kevin Pietersen’s KP: The Autobiography was cricket’s most controversial book of 2014

  • By Preeti Shenoy

    In the early 80s, the pre-internet days, when I was about 11years old , I came across a new year card, which someone had sent to my parents. It


    Feldkirch Cathedral

    The cathedral has the double hall-type nave dear to 15th century Austrian architects and reticulated vaulting characteristic of the late Gothic period. Above the altar is

  • Nov

    American music of the 90s will always be remembered as the grunge era. It was the decade of Nirvana and Pearl Jam

  • ALL the world’s a stage and we all are merely players. So true! In life we often come across larger-than-life characters who leave an indelible imprint on our

  • By Anil dharker

    The National Centre for Performing Arts does many wonderful things as this column often points out. One of the best is to show Britain’s National Theatre productions on