A new book on vintage watches shines a light on weird, whimsical creations from both established brands as well as outliers.
The coronavirus outbreak is the latest reason for a string of cancellations that Oktoberfest has had over the years but people of Munich know it is just a blip and plans are already afoot for 2021.
This new book on Netflix's unique and sometimes shocking work environmnt is a fresh, new way of looking at corporate culture.
Writing this memoir helped Isher Judge Ahluwalia revisit each phase of her life and reflect on how all the pieces came together. It is moving to read about the determination and resourcefulness it took to cultivate her intellectual gifts.
Reading books about books will bring back to us what it’s like to be lost in a book. Two new books by Michiko Kakutani and Cathy Rentzenbrink are also not an exception.
To capitalise on the opportunities in a changing world, New Delhi needs to be nimble as never before; the country can no longer afford the sloth and dithering which has too often characterised Indian diplomacy.
The ‘risk hai toh ishq hai’ line from the web series Scam 1992-The Harshad Mehta is a reminder—of the power of timely decisions, alertness towards our availability bias and our circle of competence.
The post-COVID world needs a new parenting paradigm. Author Kiran Manral's new book offers guidance.
Pope Francis’s recent statement in support of the gay community is a step in the right direction for all of humanity, gay or not.
Pakistani author Bina Shah on women's rights and writing feminist dystopia that is not too far removed from women's reality in South Asia.
Journalist Gayatri Jayaraman’s new memoir about her vipassana experience 'Sit Your Self Down' accomplishes a rare feat.
Tall or short? Round or a goblet? Highball or lowball? What does that even mean? If the various glasses which are used to serve your favourite tipple or wine leave you flummoxed, this guide will add swag to your drinking game.
Though difficult to grow and sustain, interest in carnivorous plants has seen a spurt lately.
The fabulous ensemble cast of A Suitable Boy saves the show and makes you forgive the wholly unsuitable language related slight.
Experts monitor the health of the luxury spending by tracking the watch industry sales and auctions. Watches are one of the most sought-after luxury accessories and as the segment picks up, rare watches are coming back at auctions. Our pickings from auctions in India and abroad.
Zakariya Mohammed’s Halal Love Story, released on Amazon on October 15, tells the story of Malabar's home-cinema movement that started nearly two decades ago.
Experts monitor the health of the luxury spending by tracking the watch industry sales and auctions. Watches are one of the most sought-after luxury accessories and as the segment picks up, here are our picks from auctions in India and abroad
We’re all bound to hit turbulence sometime or the other, says philanthropist and chairperson of the Piramal Group of Industries, Ajay Piramal. Here’s how to stay balanced in the midst of turmoil.
The last few months have seen a burst of new craft gins—Terai, Samsara, Jin Jiji, Pumori, Tickle, and GinGin—and most of them are distilled in Goa.
As our life seems more static than growing, designing joy purposefully will bring in energy. Designing joy in small things is nice but grand activities will stimulate mind and body.
Fat.So? is back with the second season and it will discuss the mental and emotional struggles of living in a fatphobic world on alternate Sundays.
So next time you are busy lambasting your face in the mirror for being less than perfect, do think about what a burden it would have been if you were a beauty queen.
Jyotsna Mohan Bhargava's new book shows how addiction to gadgets and the internet, coupled with emotional disorders and drug abuse, have led to a vicious cycle.
Anuradha Roy, whose latest novel is shortlisted for the prestigious International Dublin Literary Award 2020, talks to us about women's choices, writing and life during lockdown.
Television personality and social-media influencer Karuna Ezara Parikh’s debut novel revolves around an Indian-Pakistani romance.