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  • 02-Dec-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Ratnesh Mathur, the man who befriended Leonard Cohen in Mumbai

    Mathur's admiration for Cohen had started as a teen when his cousin gave him an album

  • 18-Nov-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Encountering history

    A museum in Mumbai gives visitors an opportunity to witness rare artifacts

  • 12-Nov-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Mushroom Cocoa, Anyone?

    Coders and venture capitalists in Silicon Valley who are too busy to whip up a meal or even step out for one are increasingly getting their energy fix from snacks that border on the bizarre

  • 11-Nov-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Anil Bokil: The man who got Rs 500, Rs 1,000 notes scrapped?

    While there has been no official acknowledgement from the PMO, Bokil has not been shying away from talking on the subject

  • 29-Oct-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Karan K Cheema paid Karan Johar Rs 320 to skip his film

    Johar's appeal - where he said a ban would affect some 300 Indians who worked on the film - felt forced, according to Cheema

  • 22-Oct-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Grand encore

    After more than 20 years of silence, Mumbai's Royal Opera House is once again alive with the sound of music

  • 15-Oct-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan, Dhruv Munjal & Nikita Puri

    Dial a crime

    An industry of scamsters is operating in the guise of call centres in India

  • 08-Oct-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    India outing

    The author looks at the lives of Pakistani actors here

  • 01-Oct-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Kozhikode to China

    A documentary traces the role the city in Kerala played in cultural ties between India and China

  • 24-Sep-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Ajay Kumar asked if India is zombie-ready

    The young man's query became public and was shared heavily online earlier in the week, inviting much ridicule and even some solemn criticism

  • 17-Sep-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Off-screen Bollywood

    A theme park in Dubai seeks to recreate the magic of Bollywood through quirky rides and experiences

  • 10-Sep-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan & Manavi Kapur

    Bridge brigade

    With its complex strategies, maneouvres and decisions, bridge is keeping corporate India sharp and quick-witted

  • 27-Aug-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    The vanishing tribe of Indian Jews

    Will Maharashtra's decision to recognise them as a minority regenerate the dwindling community of Indian Jews?

  • 20-Aug-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Light at the end of the tunnel

    The search for an old underground tunnel at the Maharashtra governor's residence has revealed a surprise

  • 13-Aug-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Doorstep gourmet

    For long, the only way to sample Bohri or Sindhi delicacies was when friends from these communities invited you home. But young Mumbai chefs have started taking these to people's doorsteps

  • 13-Aug-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    An unintentional comedy

    Akshay Kumar-starrer Rustom undermines the fascinating legal proceedings of the Nanavati case to present a tale of love and betrayal

  • 06-Aug-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Sweet nostalgia

    The Parle factory in Mumbai's Vile Parle area is shutting down after 87 years. For many, it is the end of an era

  • 30-Jul-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    The Nanavati papers

    As a new film based on the Nanavati scandal prepares to release, author recounts how it played out in the courts, media and genteel south Bombay

  • 23-Jul-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Does digital therapy work?

    Calming apps might not magically take away stress and lift the spirit, but they can help you relax if used the right way

  • 09-Jul-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Apart from increasing penalty, animal abuse needs to be made a non-bailable offence: Ambika Nijjar

    The overwhelming body of scientific and psychological evidence shows that people who show cruelty or behave in such depraved manner towards animals do not stop there. They move to people

  • 02-Jul-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Minted and sealed

    The Hinduja Foundation is in the process of cataloguing and curating 34,000 coins of ancient India

  • 25-Jun-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Raman Raghav 2.0: Bad cop, bad criminal

    The film is set in modern Mumbai rather than 1960s when killings that inspired film were really executed

  • 18-Jun-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Speedster from Dadar

    The author meets 17-year-old Jehan Daruvala who could become India's first Formula One sensation

  • 11-Jun-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Hema Malini can't stop making gaffes

    When snapshots shared by Hema Malini from her movie shoot went viral recently, it was not thanks to the popularity of the film star-turned-parliamentarian, or even the beauty of the locales seen in the photos.The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) MP's ...

  • 04-Jun-2016 | Ranjita Ganesan

    Minting it

    An online museum of coins, currency notes and stamps hopes to revive interest in fading hobbies

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