FC Roar

  • Apr
    By Gaurav Issar

    Black is back on red carpets around the world. Once considered the ugly duckling of gemstones and left to languish in the wings for years black diamonds are

  • Mainstream music may have become tad too boring for guitar bands, but astride the margin that divides mainstream and underground, there are plenty of green shoots. Leeds-based post-punk band

  • By Sohini Sen

    From Singapore, the five-hour bus journey into Malaysia across the Straits of Johor was cool, with packed snacks and plush seats inside the bus, and great views outside. If

  • Many people think cotton clothes are suitable for Himalayan adventure trips. The truth is that cotton can be both a blessing and a curse when it is worn for

  • By Vesna Pericevic Jacob

    Summer is upon us, and if you are planning a beach holiday, this is the right time for all you gentlemen to start preparing yourself to feel and look good

  • By Anuradha Sawhney

    Hydrate hydrate hydrate. I know I have mentioned this before but I cannot reiterate these words enough

  • By Teja Lele Desai

    James Gray’s latest cinematic offering, The Immigrant, brings together an interesting mix — the plot, cast and visuals combine to create a compelling journey. Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, and

  • By Pradyot Lal

    If the younger generation hasn’t heard of Adil Jussawalla it’s because the word ‘poet’ is attached to his name. And if the moon means nothing to those more