- The sacred club creed
July 13, 2013
Clubs are the new cathedrals of absolute authority. Watch how obsessively antiquated rules are observed.
- Still happening
July 13, 2013
The govt last year extended the club's lease up to 2050.
- Seeking good company
July 13, 2013
Madras Club is today home to modern aristocrats.
Popular on Times Crest
- In This Section
- Entire Website
From the Times Of India
- MOST POPULAR
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
- > Reporters
- > Naomi Canton
Germans, Indians and WWI
Germans dropped leaflets among the Indian soldiers in WWI to tell them they were fighting on the wrong side?
Vayu Naidu is a professional storyteller who tells the story of the 'Ramayana' instead of reading it out from a text. Vayu Naidu shared the…
Soumik Datta plays the electric acoustic sarod wearing trainers. And tells the story of his own years of exile in boarding school.
Celebrating literary genius
A special festival will be organized in the UK from June 28 to June 30 to commemorate the centenary of Rabindranath Tagore's Nobel Prize in…
Wine & Dine
The first Indian chef to get a Michelin star, Atul Kochhar, says the key to good food is using seasonal and locally sourced produce.
Love poetry and shringara
India and Italy have many things in common, but perhaps the greatest is a shared zeal for romance, as this book of Indian love poems by an Italian…
HOW TO GET RICH
Mohsin Hamid on the losses that accrue from getting filthy rich in rising Asia.
Exhibition on Mughals
The Mughal emperors loved pigeons, fragrant soaps and hunting. They also loved women, as this magnificent exhibition shows.
OPERA IN INDIA
Nicholas Heath transfers two famous Mozart operas to colonial India.
Creating a canvas for the people of Bhopal
An art exhibition of the Bhopal gas tragedy is being staged in London to remind world's biggest industrial disaster, the Bhopal Gas Tragedy.
In the past, cars from different countries had distinct characteristics.
Chandernagore, an erstwhile French enclave is renowned for its revolutionaries.
Mahatma’s trusted confidante
A veteran Gandhian fuses the power of storytelling with simplicity and warmth.
TOO BIG FOR THEIR BOOTS
For India's tallest family, life is about finding shoes that fit to cinema seats with legroom.
Voice of the poor
Video volunteers have been shooting short, candid film clips on official apathy.
He's the man who gives Big B his lines. RD Tailang, the writer of KBC.