Breaking gendered barricades, meet India’s rare woman truck driver
Braving both danger and tedium, women are carving out a niche in the world of private investigation
Indian publishers are fertile ground for most Pakistani writers who have few options back home
Founding a start-up may not require an MBA degree, but B-school graduates still have an essential role to play
For a movie that is touted as a thriller, this seems almost comical, but then it lacks a good laugh too.
Meet dark net, a new drug mule hidden from the law, thriving in the virtual underground
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Indian art issued forth from a deep need to establish an ideal aesthetic. Market forces have hewn off the...
French cuisine drops its airs to make a promising entry in the Indian restaurant scene
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Excellence in an off-beat vocation requires flair and, yes, courage. Here are eight such and their pioneers.
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Spoiler Alert: Even a scene with Shah Rukh Khan and Salman Khan together fails to bring the house down.
Shadowed by new oil fads and bad publicity in the past, coconut oil makes a dashing re-entry
The film is a big dose of the tumultuous‘90s era in Indian cricket – an era when the BCCI became a super...
Home bakeries have the hits, but the science has to be learnt
Lured by food’s media valorisation, wannabe chefs are clogging the doors of culinary schools
The much-in-love husband Raj agrees to move out of his ancestral home to an upscale neighbourhood to improve...