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Iftar party unites communities at Dharavi
September 11, 2009
The Iftar party was by and for the women only.
A monologue to change the world
November 10, 2009
It has been over six years since Eve Ensler’s world of the vagina was thrown open to India. Read on...
'He lived a busy life but never missed a single namaaz'
June 9, 2011
The spacious compound of Badr Baug colony in Grant Road (East) was deserted as usual on Thursday afternoon. But inside t ...
Sikh group to hold career summit
June 8, 2011
When Sujit Singh Banga was an information technology student, he had to depend on the limited career guidance profess ...
Artist locks up self to seek repeal of sedition law
May 25, 2011
Artist Tushar Joag crawled into a 5x3-feet cell at Colaba’s Clark House on Tuesday evening, ‘locked’ himself in by weavi ...
East Indian youth strike a chord with their roots
May 22, 2011
“Ever since the call centre has come / Our youth has forgotten its own mother-tongue, / When we have our monthly Marathi ...
Artists to root for eco-friendly ways at Bandra exhibition
May 19, 2011
A designer table made from a broken refrigerator door. A black-and-white photograph of a broken-down Mumbai skyscraper, ...
Making Islamic studies fun
May 8, 2011
At these Islamic Sunday schools, children do not pore over heavy copies of the Quran under the vigilant eye of a maulvi. ...
Experience the life of Mumbai's early inhabitants at Manori
May 8, 2011
When you walk in through the gate of the Mobai Bhavan in Manori Village, a local Bhandari (toddy-tapper) will welcome yo ...
Kabir’s teachings reach international stage
May 6, 2011
City novelist Kiran Nagarkar’s book, God’s Little Soldier, has provided the subject matter for a multi-media play being ...
Writers awarded for their contribution to Indian languages
May 6, 2011
For authors Somai Kisku and Santosh Khajuria receiving the Tagore Literary Awards on Thursday was a big milestone.
Students from Afghanistan, Pakistan and India unite to sow seeds of peace
April 30, 2011
Sixteen-year-old Kabul resident Mortaza would have loved to wear his traditional Afghani kurtas to school, but the insti ...
Young pianist set to give her first orchestra performance in city
April 29, 2011
Hits from Broadway musicals will resound at the Tata Theatre this Saturday, but that is not the only treat awaiting musi ...
Bandra businessman owns Sathya Sai Baba’s Rolls Royce
April 26, 2011
Fifteen years ago, vintage car collector Irphan Mogul was about to give up on the 1971 Silvershadow One Rolls Royce o ...
Meat, wine and much-awaited Easter eggs
April 24, 2011
Easter, the festival of sweet marzipan eggs, chocolate bunnies and sugary icing, is not delightful for children alone.
Dalai Lama raises China border woes as Xi visits India
Shahid Kapoor on why Indian films don’t win at the Oscars
Politicians clean up wiki profiles ahead of state polls
WATCH: Govinda, Ranveer, Parineeti entertain in Kill Dil trailer
Clean cheat: Civic body photoshops Delhi road image, judges spot fraud
Deepika Padukone's cleavage post a 'compliment'? Tweeple don't agree
Pak politicians ejected out of plane for delay
Assembly bypolls: BJP jolted in all, except Bengal
So what about Bollywood itself, Deepika?
500 migrants feared dead in Malta shipwreck
After Modi-Xi meeting, China agrees to settle border dispute soon, demarcate LAC
Bhushan 'won't name' whistleblower in CBI chief controversy
Jayalalithaa opposes move to make Hindi compulsory in varsities
Onus on Sena now to solve seat-sharing dispute: Amit Shah
'Cops didn't lathicharge Jadavpur varsity students'
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