Director Abhinay Deo says 24 is just the begining of a new generation of TV shows, writes Tavishi Paitandy Rastogi.
The ‘Iceman’ melted. “Can I keep it?” Kimi Raikkonen asked me, referring to a magazine with him on the cover. This was the most animated F1’s bad boy got during our rendezvous at the Lotus pit walk...Aasheesh Sharma writes.
Getting access to the Paddock Club is a matter of a few lakhs. But getting inside the team paddock and meeting Formula One drivers is a money-can’t-buy experience.
Can’t do without sweets? Maybe it’s time to stop giving in to your sugar craving. “The truth is that we can survive on a sugar-free diet because all the sugar that our bodies need is present in the carbs and the natural sweets we eat every day,” says Dr Rekha Sharma.
When he first wrote his first book, he didn't think there would be a second. Ravi Subramanian had a story to tell. He'd been a banker for more than a decade. His wife was a banker. All his friends were bankers...
Given that I don’t have a book of accounts to ceremonially start over, I thought that I would start with my life instead, giving it a little reboot this festive season. Out with the old, in with the new, that sort of thing. Seema Goswami writes.
Here's what Milind Soman has in store for you! Read on!
And just as we thought things would wind down and give each of us a little time to catch our breath, out comes Apple with a surge of new products. There’s no time to reflect on why companies are continuing this barrage of tech goodness.
Film and TV celebs tell us what makes their Diwali so special
You had a mixed sense of pride and exhilaration when you bought your first car. That gives us a deep emotional connect with our wheels. Before buying a car, most people spend a few (or many) days contemplating every ‘hot’ model in the market and test driving some of them.
Talking about being a star kid, the actress says, "It’s hard no matter where you come from. You have your own struggles." In a candid chat with HT Brunch, Shraddha Kapoor opens up.
More get-togethers, more drinks, more food, more chatter, more work, more late nights. How to cope? We show you! Parul Khanna reports.
It’s dark, the sky is filled with fireworks, the clothes are sparkly. How do you take the best pictures possible? Here’s help.
Two chefs suggest creative, festive appetisers, guaranteed to leave your guests licking their fingertips.
No festival is complete without mithai. But sweets are loaded with calories, oil and sugar syrup, making it hard to bounce back to health after the festival season. Make the right choices to avoid gaining weight and other health hazards.