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A camera museum that offers a history lesson in every click

Camera Museo, tucked away in a basement in Gurgaon, has over 500 cameras of all vintages as well as 20,000 silver prints

The BMW X5's city adventures

The BWM X5 is unique among luxury SUVs for its focus on day-to-day driving rather than serious dune bashing

Mahabharat takes Indonesia by storm

Indonesia is mesmerised by the dubbed version of Mahabharat, which has even spawned a spinoff reality show where Arjuna selects the winner from ...

Tennessee Williams, a German football film and a Calcutta photo exhibition to enliven your weekend

Some cultural recommendations for your weekend

Weapon 377

Blackmail, harassment and arrests: one year after the Supreme Court recriminalised homosexuality, this is how Section 377 is being used

Rang De micro-credit banking service makes big out of small

A micro-credit banking service is adding compassion to the concept of finance

The day I become a Hobbit

The Shire where JRR Tolkien's Hobbits live has now moved from fiction to a farm in New Zealand

The great sedan shootout

Three great cars belong to the same segment: Honda City, Hyundai Verna and Maruti Suzuki Ciaz

Family in candid mode

Shabana Azmi plays the role of a mother in an English social comedy, but she neither dominates the proceedings nor is the lead character

Anil Agarwal: Charity on his mind

Agarwal has pledged three-fourths of his wealth to philanthropy. Will he deliver?

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In the spirit of Christmas
Alok Chandra

The year end is around the corner: Merry Christmas everybody; it's the time to be merry and of good cheer

Helicopter daughter
Mitali Saran

We get so little time together & all I want is to have my mother around for holiday season; but of course she would rather be with her friends

A sense of belonging on WhatsApp
Malavika Sangghvi

The social media allows you to belong to a community by sharing conversations

Nehru's tryst with business
Bhupesh Bhandari

There is a widespread perception that Jawaharlal Nehru was rather business unfriendly. But that's not the entire picture

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The Indian weave

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TB is the new lifestyle disease

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