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Leaving tiger watching to raise rice Ecologist Debal Deb, who did his post-doctoral research from IISc in…
The crorepati writer He's the man who gives Big B his lines. RD Tailang, the writer of KBC.
Chennai-Toronto express Review Raja is a Canadian enthusiast whose quirky video reviews of Tamil…
Don't parrot, perform Maestro Buddhadev Dasgupta will hold a masterclass on ragas.
A man's man Shivananda Khan spent his life speaking up for men who have sex with men.
Bhowmick and the first family of Indian football At first glance, it would be the craziest set-up in professional football.
From Times Blogs
The end of Detroit
Jobs in Detroit's car factories are moving to India.
Chidanand Rajghatta
How I love the word ‘dobaara’...
Can ‘bindaas’ or ‘jhakaas’ survive transliteration?
Shobhaa De
Anand marte nahin...
India's first superstar died almost a lonely life.
Robin Roy
SINDHI-ISM
Beyond mast qalandar

Beyond mast qalandar

Purnima Sharma | March 16, 2013
They lost their land, but can't afford to lose their love of Sindhi-ism.
MINIMALIST DESIGN
Back to black

Back to black

Shalini Umachandran | March 16, 2013
Bond girl turned designer, Anouska Hempel, talks about her love for design.
Cinema
Movies don't inspire me. Life does

Movies don't inspire me. Life does

Shaikh Ayaz | March 9, 2013
Dhulia talks about why his characters have shades of grey.
Culture
Road kill is still life

Road kill is still life

February 16, 2013
At Art Stage Singapore, Dianne Tanzer Gallery + Projects from Melbourne was exhibiting the works of Marian Drew.
MELODRAMA
A filmmaker's love for metaphors

A filmmaker's love for metaphors

Rajesh Naidu | December 22, 2012
The recently concluded Kolkata Film Festival showcased 2 films of Ritwik Ghatak.
SENSE AND SENSIBILITIES
Rehman Malik: He came, he spoke & slipped up

Rehman Malik: He came, he spoke & slipped up

Jyoti Malhotra | December 22, 2012
Rehman Malik loves the sound of his own voice; his colleagues know he likes to speak to the press.
SECOND INNINGS ON STAGE
'I no longer want to do stupid comedies'

'I no longer want to do stupid comedies'

Amardeep Banerjee | December 22, 2012
Om Puri is returning to theatre after a gap of 25 years with Teri Amrita, a Punjabi adaption of the American playwright A R Gurney's celebrated…
STYLE DIARY
Kareena: From stout to skinny

Kareena: From stout to skinny

December 22, 2012
Kareena talks about her journey from stout to skinny in a new book.
Passion
Surfing to her own tune

Surfing to her own tune

Neha Malude | December 15, 2012
'India's first female surfer' Ishita Malaviya's day begins and ends with one thing: surfing.
AGING GRACEFULLY
40 is not the new 30

40 is not the new 30

December 8, 2012
We all want to appear to be 'aging gracefully' which used to mean that you were graceful about aging.

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