Lolita, Vidya Bagchi, Manjulika, Sabrina Lal, or Reshma. Vidya Balan does like role-playing.
Monsoon is not just about cloudy skies, rain songs and cool breezes. Rains also mean humidity, slush and stagnant water that come with their own troubles. Shikha Sharma tells you how to fight the problems this rainy season.
It's been a tough year for Vidya Balan, a year she doesn't understand too well. With Bobby Jasoos opening to good reviews, Balan's life is not looking as dirty as it looked earlier, writes Amrah Ashraf. Photo by Aparna Jayakumar.
That dazzling watch around your wrist, the expensive smartphone in your pocket and those precious earplugs do not share your excitement for grey skies and a deluge. Rajiv Arora lists 5 waterproof gadgets that sneer at the rain.
A week-long Mediterranean voyage on SeaDream II in Rome is a far better experience than you can ever imagine: a sort of once-in-a-lifetime trip, writes Vir Sanghvi.
This already omnipotent and omnipresent operating system will now dominate and wrestle its way to other areas than just your phone, writes Rajiv Makhni.
Technology is changing faster than any of us can keep up. If new terms already sound Greek to you, Apekshita Varshney is here to help.
With most fruits and vegetables available through the year, are we losing out on the joys of seasonal eating? Seema Goswami has the answer.
As careers move beyond mundane nine-to-fives, and as technology lets you literally carry your office in your pocket, more and more Indians are moving away from the air-conditioned, white cubicles of the conventional office space. Satarupa Paul finds out if thinking out of the cube is a good career move.
Fresh from her thumping victory at the Australian Super Series, India's badminton champ, Saina Nehwal bares her heart on life beyond the court.
Edward and Bella ruined vampires for men, women and everybody except silly little teenage girls. But True Blood came in the form of a delicious revenge and reinstated the Pale Ones to their former glory. You can't not watch it, writes Indra Shekhar Singh.
Photographer Aparna Jayakumar was not sure if she could do justice to her shoot with Vidya Balan in what she called a "dull white cube". Everything changed the moment the actor walked in, writes Amrah Ashraf.
Luis Suarez is not the first athlete to bare his incisors, nor it is the first time he has done that. Asheesh Sharma puts together a short history of athletes who have been accused of biting.
Charlie Lovett's The Bookman's Tale is a book for all literature lovers. Written by an antiquarian bookseller, it is tailor-made for lovers of solid British crime novels, writes Jyotsna Raman.
From minimal Bollywood posters to the time wasted blocking email notifications from websites that force you to sign up, Saudamini Jain shares all that she loved and hated this week.