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Favoured by design

Tata Elxsi is doing work that was earlier domain of European, Japanese firms

Has Riteish Deshmukh finally come of age?

After a decade of acting in comic films, Riteish Deshmukh finally shows a versatile side with Ek Villain

Dress dictators

With TNCA Club's dress code figuring in the Tamil Nadu assembly, clubs across India are under the lens for their archaic regulations

Dal Lake: High-water mark

The Dal Lake in Srinagar may be a must-do for tourists, but it sometimes affords an offbeat experience of the region

Commonwealth Games 2014: Glasgow's golden lure

The Commonwealth Games have been a happy hunting ground for Indian athletes, who shine in the absence of world-class competition

EWS housing: Unwanted in gurgaon

Gurgaon is burgeoning with nearly 200,000 migrants who work as service staff, but the city has little to offer them

Mean-street machine

This Mercedes-Benz SUV has the space of a mini apartment and the blistering pace of a supercar. Add to that all the luxuries money can buy

Dilip Kumar and a house in Peshawar

Declared a national heritage, Dilip Kumar's crumbling house in Pakistan is a repository of stories

When two people click

Lonely and need a friend? Download these apps and you will be matched with a mate of your choice nearby

For your ears only

A good pair of cans can transform the way you listen to music on the go or while exercising

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Club-culture snobbery
Malavika Sangghvi

Club culture - could anything be more irrelevant and specious in the new and changing India?

Away from the homeland
Kishore Singh

How must life have been like for Indian artists who chose to live and work abroad at a time when distance was a formidable hurdle?

In search of Dadasaheb
Jai Arjun Singh

Is a filmmaker who dabbles in fictions and fantasies a bit like Brahma, the Creator, who was once accused of being a liar?

The idea of national literature
Vikram Johri

It is somehow novel to an Indian who grows up in a multilingual environment

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Myanmar: Enter as tourist, exit as devotee

Myanmar, land of pagodas that shares many similarities with India, is putting its past behind to catch up with modern world

The pashtun conundrum

Part ethnographic account, part historical narrative, this work analyses the problems that have consistently plagued this ethnic group

Report of study tour of Special Committee

Respected Pradhan Mantriji,1. Saadar Namaskar. It is with happiness that we are humbly submitting our preliminary report to you. A full version ...