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Why Priyanka Chopra was picked to play Mary Kom

Going behind the scenes to see how the biopic on the legendary boxer, M C Mary Kom, was made

Abstract art in India: fragmented hues and jagged lines

A new exhibition at Delhi Art Gallery explores trajectory of abstract art in India after Independence, stirring up a debates about the art form ...

All classical masters on one stage, more events await you this weekend

Some recommendations to enliven your weekend

Heritage hotels: True to their roots

Ganga Kutir near Kolkata and House of MG in Ahmedabad are two hotels that give you a sense of place almost instantly

Indian cricket coach Duncan Fletcher's strategies for Team India

He has always had solutions for Team India, but his methods are invisible. Only after he is gone is Indian cricket may see results of his work

From village hut to Jubilee Hills

Lessons in overcoming socio-economic barriers from entrepreneur Mannam Madhusudana Rao

Mini Cooper Countryman: Stunning retro looks and luxury

The Mini Countryman may have its quirks, but its luxury quotient is unquestionable

Zehen offers an array of wellness and culinary experiences

Zehen, a new by-invitation only club, offers an array of curated wellness and culinary experiences

Film review: Singham Returns

Singham Returns is typically a Rohit Shetty film - vacuous, cliched and action-filled

Secure your house with the Zicom Video Door Phone

Don't know whether you should open your door to see who is standing outside? You can secure your house with the Zicom Video Door Phone

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Change in grammar
Malavika Sangghvi

There was an urgency in Modi's words, a sense of accountability, a feeling of transparency, a realisation that this man was here to do a job for ...

Artful Hollywood Artless Bollywood
Kishore Singh

Leonardo DiCaprio frequents art fairs hoping to pass unnoticed among the crowds, though publicly he has been part of LACMA'a Art Film Gala ...

For Kolkata, with love
Malavika Sangghvi

Will the war of words between Ratan Tata and Amit Mitra make a difference to the way Kolkata — and West Bengal — is perceived?

A wine festival full of contradictions
Alok Chandra

While a laudable effort, the Bangalore International Wine Festival has many contradictions as it tries to be all things to all people

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Smriti Irani's mercurial rise from TV actor to top politician

Smriti Irani, the human resources development minister, hasn't let go of the image Ekta Kapoor etched for her 14 years ago

Book review: Shikhandi by Devdutt Pattanaik

Devdutt Pattanaik's new book establishes that Indians didn't shy away from engaging with the conflicts arising out of differing sexual behaviour

Fashion designers get ordinary people to model on their shows

Fashion designers are now getting 'regular' people - watchmen, gym instructors, rickshaw pullers - to model on their shows

The sad business of smuggling red sanders wood

The illegal trade in red sanders wood, which sells for up to Rs 80 lakh a tonne in some Asian countries, involves a complex nexus of smugglers ...