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Gate of Heaven', the 137-year-old synagogue in Thane

The vanishing tribe

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

India's Pusarla V Sindhu with coach Pullela Gopichand after she lost against Spain's Carolina Marin in women's Singles final at the 2016 Summer Olympics at Rio de Janeiro in Brazil
  • Keoladeoscope

    The author meanders through the lush wetlands of Keoladeo National Park on an avian expedition

  • A resurrection gone wrong

    Despite Jason Statham's star value and some thrilling action scenes, Mechanic:Resurrection is a sequel that should never have been attempted

Girl power
  • Girl power

    The author goes behind the scenes to find out what it takes to be a successful woman wrestler

Bijay Biswaal's Untitled
  • The outsider

    A train ticket inspector captures on canvas everyday scenes of life by the tracks

  • Sink-in luxury

    Timothy Oulton's first store in India brings classic British designs with a modern twist


  • Boss and the 'bro code'

    Vikram Johri

    The Bansals are the epitome of this corporate cool, where prestige is earned not via hierarchy but by breaking it down

  • Catalogue conundrum

    Kishore Singh

    Husain was so prolific that his works continue to fetch up in the market, to be routinely traded, but very few of them are of exceptional

  • A meme for every mood

    Ashish Sharma

    One the most interesting aspects of the topic at hand is the pronunciation of the word itself

  • Five rings to bind them all

    Mitali Saran

    The Olympics have inspired me to start exercising again

Chess (#1215)

Chess (#1215)

Carlsen will be more focussed on his upcoming title match against Sergey Karjakin

China's 'heihazi' crisis

China's 'heihazi' crisis

One Child documents in horrific detail how the single-child policy disrupted Chinese society in brutal and unimaginable ways

An underwater starboard-side view of the shipwreck of the Washington, which sank in Lake Ontario in November 1803

Deep discovery

A recently unearthed wreckage of a ship that went down in Lake Ontario in 1803 has an India connection

The law of clutters

The law of clutters

Clutter promotes flexibility, avoids commitment, and keeps things moving - for today

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