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  • Home bakers to showcase goodies at Kolkata 'bake sale'

    An array of homemade sweet and savoury baked goods, including cakes, cookies, and breads, will tickle taste buds of foodies on December 13 at the first sale for home bakers in Kolkata's Golf Green area

  • 'India has shown that it's possible to live with diversity'

    Questions and Answers: Lloyd I Rudolph & Susanne Hoeber Rudolph, Authors

  • Why this newly opened eatery at Khar disappoints

    Khar's new eatery, 5 The Restaurant, needs to work out a lot of chinks with its slow service and lacklustre food

  • History of Rock, a guitar at a time

    The world's top 30 music photographers capture the evolution of guitar playing in unique photoexhibition, now showing in Mumbai

  • Japanese tunes meet Kathak beats

    Maneesha Sathe and Yasuhito Takimoto have devised a unique Indo-Japanese act titled Divine Confluence, which will feature Kathak steps on the beats of Japanese music

  • Ibsen Festival comes to Mumbai

    Ibsen Festival, which has had a prominent presence in Delhi since 2012, kicking off Mumbai's theatre itinerary

  • Classic Andraab pashminas now at Vaya

    Andraab, a quintessential name in the world of luxury Pashminas, now has a humble abode in the city of dreams at Vaya, Colaba! With its product line of stylish hand-woven and hand embroidered stoles and shawls, Andraab has given a new life to Pashmina, the fabric once described as the fabric of the royals

  • Irish musings with author Anne Enright

    2007 Booker Prize winner, Anne Enright had shot to fame with The Gathering tells Kanika Sharma about why she is not the typical virtuous Irish girl

  • Let's talk food

    Explore the trends in the country’s food scene with two two separate events — Food Bloggers Association of India (FBAI) Dialogues, and the Indian Food Bloggers Awards 2014 (#IFBA2014)

  • Sound check on Asian divinity

    Mumbaikars will get a chance to experience a multimedia show, Musical Landscapes and the Goddess of Music that explores spiritual, scientific and artistic realms of music via goddesses from Asia, and musical instruments

  • Theatre of change with Mumbai's kids

    After months of practice, The Maya Musical is ready to be staged, to celebrate five years of Teach for India. the guide speaks to its founder and CEO, Shaheen Mistri, on this journey of dreams

  • Small change for a better India

    INK Talks will host their 5th chapter in Mumbai, from October 31 to November 2. This year's theme is Beyond Boundaries. Listen to change-makers from all walks of life as  they share ideas and perspectives in talks of 3-18 minutes. A few speakers to watch out for

  • Fashion do's and don'ts for curvy women

    Are you overweight? Is selecting the right outfit a challenge for you? Here is an expert who can guide you through the right wardrobe

  • The best art shows in Mumbai

    If you're an art buff, the current bounty of shows will have you spoilt for choice. Soma Das picks the best shows to visit this week

  • The case of two Bikaners

    Two sweetmeat stores within striking distance of each other in Bhandup bear the same name, Bikaner. The reviewer bug in us drew us to visit both the stores to solve this curious similarity

  • TLC for Mumbai's pets

    Petsville is a fully air-conditioned indoor space for pets that offers a variety of services including dog spa, veterinary clinic, play centre, training academy, party space and pet store as well

  • Some areas of brain may remain youthful in old age

    Challenging current models of brain ageing, researchers have found that some areas of the brain may remain youthful even in older age

  • Traumatic images put journalists at stress disorder risk

    Are you a newsroom journalist and stressed? Sanitising some disturbing images that come from public must be your priority else be ready to develop adverse psychological problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD)

  • Hand-held device can detect deadly skin cancer

    A new hand-held device that uses lasers and sound waves may change the way doctors treat and diagnose the deadly skin cancer melanoma, says new research

  • Stress may shorten pregnancy in coming generations

    Have you experienced childbirth complications and delivered a premature baby even after taking all de-stressing measures during pregnancy?