Ending of SonyLIV show Rocket Boys 2 explained
Lots of questions have cropped up on the Internet since the SonyLIV dropped on March 17. Case in point: Why is Pokhran called the Land of Five Mirages? Why was India's first nuclear test codenamed Smiling Buddha? Did the CIA have Homi Bhabha killed? And who is Pipsy in real life?
Where's the original horse from Kala Ghoda, the Mumbai precinct where the Constitution was written
Look around Kala Ghoda and you can still see places where public figures like B.R. Ambedkar and M.F. Husain worked, hunched over cups of tea.
Did you know the final resting place of Ruttie Jinnah, wife of Pakistan’s founder, is in Mumbai?
Ruttie Jinnah is buried at the Shia Ishna Ashari Jamaat Arambaug in Byculla, Mumbai. Ask the caretaker is to point you to Jinnah bhai’s bride and chances are he will escort you there himself.
They came to Mumbai as traders and dockyard workers in the 1800s, and made India their home
As they swing to Bollywood tunes, speak Hindi, and look to India as their motherland, it is a community most unique.
Insider’s travel guide to Mumbai: Seaside cities are more welcoming than landlocked ones
On a business trip to the financial capital of India or just a weekend getaway over three days, here's what to do, where to eat, and where to stay in Mumbai.
Swadesh Darshan 2.0: Did this ancient temple inspire the design of the Indian Parliament?
Locals in Mitaoli, Madhya Pradesh, will have you believe this temple inspired Edwin Lutyens’ design of the Indian Parliament building.
‘HR leaders have a task more important than that of the CEO’: TV Rao
Veteran HR professionals and co-authors of a new book, 'Leaders in the Making: The Crucibles of Change-Makers in HR', TV Rao and Arvind Agrawal say HR needs to realise the importance of their job — taking care of lives and livelihood — and must connect with and nurture the Gen Z employees.
How a dacoit and a Muslim archaeologist restored a forgotten Hindu temple complex
Bateshwar is part of the Chambal Valley, where dacoits once roamed. Indeed, a notorious dacoit, Nirbhay Singh Gujjar, had made these ruins his home.
One night in Datia Palace: A medieval story of palace intrigue, succession and a royal welcome
How the Datia Palace came to be abandoned for 400 years after being used for just one night.
Kanpur, Vidisha, Jodhpur: Where Ravana is worshipped in India
In Mandore, Rajasthan, Ravana isn’t just worshipped but also treated as a son-in-law. It is believed that Ravana’s wife Mandodari hails from here and it is here that Ravana married her.
Gin and Tonic Day: How G&T helped the British empire thrive in India
October 19 is International Gin and Tonic Day that celebrates one of the world’s most popular cocktails.
Pune's newest fine-dining Chinese restaurant wants you to try something new
Chef Fu Lei has been behind some of the most iconic authentic Chinese restaurants in India. Now he’s set up camp in Pune
MC Travel Special | 7 breathtakingly beautiful treks in north India
These Himalayan treks of varying difficulty and duration have one thing in common: stunning views.
New flavours, familiar vibe: Slink & Bardot reopens in Mumbai
Worli restaurant Slink and Bardot, which closed down to the COVID-19 lockdowns, has reopened.
Flexrower exercise machine review: The community and workouts are great, but will it survive post pandemic?
At Rs 59,999, the water-powered Flexrower+ is an expensive buy. The lower-priced variant is available at Rs 35,999, but it isn’t foldable and it's air-powered.
MC Travel Special | Best places to eat in Shillong: both old favourites and new
There's a lot to do in this hilly town but, importantly, there are a lot of places to eat. Here are the places we tried, and recommend.
From Kala Ghoda to BKC: How Annie Bafna’s Parsi café became a Mumbai institution
What to expect at The Nutcracker at Jio World Drive Mall in the heart of Mumbai’s Bandra-Kurla Complex (BKC).
MC Travel Special | Best campsites in India
The best campsites in India - from the hills to the deserts, from luxury camps to those where you rough it out for the best views and experiences.
Last day at work: How to make a public farewell work for you
Farewells are your last opportunity to communicate with your colleagues and bosses while still being in the system. Think about what you want to say - and how.
Little-known story of Mumbai’s Chinese-Indian community (and the only Chinese temple in the city)
The Chinese were once a thriving community in Mumbai… then the Sino Indian war of 1962 happened.
iPod memories: How a handheld device changed my relationship with music
To listen to a different track, album or genre, all you had to do was tap on that wheel and turn it around to that reassuring sound of a hundred clicks.
Best restaurants, bakeries, cafes and brewpubs to have opened in Mumbai in 2022 so far
It’s been a busy four months for the Mumbai restaurant industry. From bistros and boulangeries to veg cafes and brewpubs, the city’s F&B scene has never been more active.
Fit to Lead | realme's Madhav Sheth: The adage fit mind in a fit body is true
"I used to be 130 kg; today I am 84 kg. Getting into a fitness routine didn’t just help me lose weight, it helped me get confident."
Sauces, dips, pastes: These restaurants are packaging their signature tastes for home delivery
During the pandemic, restaurants had to find ways to multiply their revenue streams. It wasn’t long before they realised that they could literally sell their secret sauce.
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