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Keeping time at Baselworld

April 27, 2014 15:36

Each year Basel plays host to The Baselworld Watch and Jewellery Show and attracts horologists and jewellers from around the world.....

Move your troubles away!

April 20, 2014 09:31

As I held a balloon in my hand, I was instructed to toss it in the air and not let it fall. I complied. Then I was told to use only my fingers to keep the balloon in the.....

'An Epidemic of Indifference in India's Biggest Problem'

March 22, 2014 12:38

Dr Unni Karunakara ended his three-year term as International President of MSF in October 2013 after having served the Nobel Peace Prize-winning organisation for almost two decades. During his tenure, MSF confronted many challenges to delivering healthcare in conflict zones, natural disasters

'India's current pessimism as overdone as its confidence was 10 years ago'

March 15, 2014 16:58

Simon Denyer, was posted in India as Bureau Chief of the Washington Post for more than a decade. He has recorded his impressions of the ten years of United Progressive Alliance rule in his latest book, Rogue Elephant: Harnessing the Power of India’s Unruly Democracy.

From Page to Screen

March 7, 2014 13:15

Cinema has for decades fed off the pages of literature as much as it has off life itself. The duet of literary works and the motion pictures has often yielded timeless screen gems. It has, equally frequently, been hugely contentious and uneasy.

Hockey India League

February 28, 2014 18:17

Seconds before the commencement of the penalty shootout that decided the winner of the second edition of the Hockey India League (HIL), Delhi Waveriders co-owner and actor John Abraham stepped aside for some pep-talk with team goalie Nicolas Jacobi. True to form, the wily German smiled

Taming all odds

February 21, 2014 16:27

The Dharmshaktus are a couple unlike any you will encounter in this country. Bound by a shared love for high adventure, they have earned name and fame by touching opposite ends ....

Bollywood Goes 'Regional'

February 14, 2014 14:35

Bollywood is going ‘regional’ with a vengeance. Popular Hindi cinema appears to have appreciably toned down its obsession with the bright lights of New York and London, the pretty vales and peaks of Switzerland, the balmy beaches and party zones of Goa and the mean streets of Mumbai’s underworld.

A Microcosm of Europe

February 7, 2014 15:53

Based on the reasons why a particular city is shortlisted by tourists for visit, destinations in Europe can be classified in three....

Just another day or a step forward?

January 31, 2014 12:35

Welcome to the world of the girl child. Her story across India is promising yet gloomy, hopeful yet mired in despair....

Much Ado about nothing

January 24, 2014 13:41

Last year, when Hockey India League was launched with much fanfare, there was a sense of optimism in the air

Sleuths, Superstars and Salman

January 17, 2014 13:07

This year, Salman Khan fans will get quite a Kick out of watching their favourite Bollywood star. By the end of 2014, they could well be sing...

Of Sun and Serendipity

January 10, 2014 13:10

It is rather controversial to claim this in modern Europe, but going by the responses they gave to the Nazi war machine during World War II, there are distinctly....

On The Wings of Arts

December 27, 2013 12:22

This is no ordinary art school. The ageing painter wielding the brush is very special indeed. He is Mohd Rashid, Bowbazar blast convict and a lifer at the Alipore Central Correctional Home. He seems to be completely lost in his ‘new’ world.

Art Of The Matter

December 13, 2013 12:09

We often gossip, discuss, tweet and write about the dismal conditions around us. The range of subjects in India begins with the lack of quality water


Issue Dated: Feb 5, 2017