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  • Watch these films before you see 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins', out on July 23 May 18, 2021 10:26 AM IST

    Watch these films before you see 'Snake Eyes: G.I. Joe Origins', out on July 23

    It’s GI Joe Musclefest week. Are you ready to literally go OTT?

  • Healing Space | The great Indian burn out May 16, 2021 11:26 AM IST

    Healing Space | The great Indian burn out

    Burn out is a stressor with no known time limit. It consumes your internal resources to the point of depletion. Its effects are lasting because it has eaten into your reserves. And work isn’t its only source.

  • What companies can learn from Liverpool’s growth stall May 16, 2021 10:19 AM IST

    What companies can learn from Liverpool’s growth stall

    A slump after a spectacular success is a fairly common occurrence - across individuals, teams, institutions and even companies. The reasons for this 'growth stall' are usually internal.

  • Isle of Islay's Bruichladdich says age statement isn't everything, spotlights other aspects to judge single malts by May 16, 2021 08:58 AM IST

    Isle of Islay's Bruichladdich says age statement isn't everything, spotlights other aspects to judge single malts by

    In a break from set norms, Isle of Islay based Bruichladdich sells “unpeated” no-age-statement whiskies, and shifts focus to the barley crop used and the process of making the whiskey.

  • Why genocide survivors can offer a way to heal from the trauma of the pandemic year May 15, 2021 04:57 PM IST

    Why genocide survivors can offer a way to heal from the trauma of the pandemic year

    Genocide and the pandemic have little in common other than the loss of life that occurs on a terrifying scale. But they both require a process of healing and recovery after the trauma ends.

  • Invest India's Naina Pachnanda on writing patriotic poems that moved thousands of Instagram followers during the pandemic May 15, 2021 03:32 PM IST

    Invest India's Naina Pachnanda on writing patriotic poems that moved thousands of Instagram followers during the pandemic

    Legal regulation strategist Naina Pachnanda is out to motivate India’s youth on Instagram, and with her new book of patriotic poetry.

  • Pan Nalin on premiering his film at the 20th Tribeca Festival, doffing his hat to the Lumiere Brothers and shooting in Gir and Kathiawad in a pandemic year May 15, 2021 02:22 PM IST

    Pan Nalin on premiering his film at the 20th Tribeca Festival, doffing his hat to the Lumiere Brothers and shooting in Gir and Kathiawad in a pandemic year

    "Honestly, at first, art has no importance when you have people dying in the street... But someday when that suffering slows down, then your aching needs art."

  • The Tippling Point | After all, a drink born out of pure love can't go bad, can it? May 15, 2021 11:47 AM IST

    The Tippling Point | After all, a drink born out of pure love can't go bad, can it?

    The story of Padre Azul - a premium tequila made with 100% Blue agave - starts with an intercontinental love story.

  • How Covid-19 will change the way we commute May 15, 2021 09:32 AM IST

    How Covid-19 will change the way we commute

    Car leasing options, growing used car market, and the opportunity to switch to electric two-wheelers for making deliveries - the pandemic is likely to have a lasting impact on our modes of transportation.

  • A novel that explores the disappearance of the Palestinians May 14, 2021 09:26 PM IST

    A novel that explores the disappearance of the Palestinians

    At a time when the conflict in Gaza is spinning out of control, Ibtisam Azem’s audacious 'The Book of Disappearance' asks what would happen if all the Palestinians in the area vanished overnight.

  • Future of work: Work-from-anywhere is here to stay. But that can't be all May 14, 2021 07:42 PM IST

    Future of work: Work-from-anywhere is here to stay. But that can't be all

    Google chief Sundar Pichai may have formalised some of the steps, but Indian corporates have already been thinking about talent retention and management in the post-pandemic world.

  • Morning Stars | Comedian Papa CJ: 'What do I like to see at the breakfast table? Lunch' May 14, 2021 06:46 PM IST

    Morning Stars | Comedian Papa CJ: 'What do I like to see at the breakfast table? Lunch'

    Comedian Papa CJ shares his morning routine. Talking of breakfast, he wouldn’t mind Monica Bellucci's company, he says.

  • 8 years after Amrut's Two Indies, more made-in-India rums are set to join the party May 14, 2021 04:08 PM IST

    8 years after Amrut's Two Indies, more made-in-India rums are set to join the party

    Industry watchers say that if the new rum players can give consistent quality at a price point of Rs 1,000-1,700, then that could be a game-changer.

  • How to prepare for court cases and improve your chances of winning May 14, 2021 01:48 PM IST

    How to prepare for court cases and improve your chances of winning

    Once you understand how the Justice Machine functions, you are able to predict the outcome of every war and can therefore plan how to either win it or stalemate it.

  • Sanjay Kapoor: 'Shooting "The Last Hour" in Sikkim added to the atmosphere' May 14, 2021 10:35 AM IST

    Sanjay Kapoor: 'Shooting "The Last Hour" in Sikkim added to the atmosphere'

    Actor Sanjay Kapoor on writing that can make the supernatural seem believable, actor workshops and auditioning for a role for the first time in 25 years. Karan Tapaka on being almost bullied into taking this role, and having deeper respect for actors after working as one in 'The Last Hour'.

  • Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, on why he needs at least six hours of sleep May 13, 2021 06:24 PM IST

    Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla and SpaceX, on why he needs at least six hours of sleep

    Elon Musk would like to work 24 hours if given a chance, but he has realised he needs six hours of sleep.

  • Pratik Gandhi: ‘Unless I reinvent and experiment, I will not grow as an actor’ May 13, 2021 05:31 PM IST

    Pratik Gandhi: ‘Unless I reinvent and experiment, I will not grow as an actor’

    Pratik Gandhi on 'Scam 92', reinventing himself as Vitthal Teedi and upcoming projects like a Web series with Tigmanshu Dhulia and 'Woh Ladki Hai Kahan' opposite Taapsee Pannu.

  • Salman Khan’s 'Radhe' Review: So paint by numbers; yet I smiled and groaned through this two-hour Eid special May 13, 2021 03:49 PM IST

    Salman Khan’s 'Radhe' Review: So paint by numbers; yet I smiled and groaned through this two-hour Eid special

    Salman Khan’s 'Radhe' Review: Lots of Bombay bhais get to die horribly in the film, because of Delhi bois. And Radhe has to save kids from ODing on drugs. This plotline is as believable as kids taking photos of peddlers.

  • The Salman Khan interview | 'Radhe's box office may be almost zero, but we're going ahead with the release' May 13, 2021 11:31 AM IST

    The Salman Khan interview | 'Radhe's box office may be almost zero, but we're going ahead with the release'

    Salman Khan on delivering his Eid promise with 'Radhe', how his acting has (not) changed over the years, and why the on-screen hero is far more 'self-obsessed' and 'egoistical' than his real self.

  • Bill and Melinda Gates divorce: What we know so far May 13, 2021 10:58 AM IST

    Bill and Melinda Gates divorce: What we know so far

    No good friend or reliable sources have spilled secrets about extramarital affairs or boredom in the bedroom. Yet, saying that the super-rich couple split up to save taxes is mundane and boring.

  • Ex-Googler Munaf Kapadia on Bohra cuisine, Iftar platters, and preserving a food business during the pandemic May 13, 2021 10:35 AM IST

    Ex-Googler Munaf Kapadia on Bohra cuisine, Iftar platters, and preserving a food business during the pandemic

    'Why I Quit Google to Sell Samosas' author Munaf Kapadia says he dedicated his book to Indian housewives because they are "great custodian(s) of cuisine and culture... Culinary tourism in India should tap into these women."

  • Kerala food and a chat with Alex Ferguson- Varun Tripuraneni of Hyderabad FC shares his wishlist for life after the pandemic May 13, 2021 08:02 AM IST

    Kerala food and a chat with Alex Ferguson- Varun Tripuraneni of Hyderabad FC shares his wishlist for life after the pandemic

    Learning from the Dalai Lama, finishing the books he's started, diving in the Maldives and trekking with a large group are all things the co-owner of ISL franchise Hyderabad FC is looking forward to.

  • Review | 'Those Who Wish Me Dead': This may be one of the most demanding roles we've seen Angelina Jolie in May 12, 2021 10:58 PM IST

    Review | 'Those Who Wish Me Dead': This may be one of the most demanding roles we've seen Angelina Jolie in

    'Those Who Wish Me Dead' doesn't hold up to much scrutiny; there are too many threads left dangling and characters left unexplored. And yet, it is an effective, watchable chase film

  • North-East states, hills play host to long-term workationers as Covid wave washes over metros May 09, 2021 04:44 PM IST

    North-East states, hills play host to long-term workationers as Covid wave washes over metros

    A combination of work-from-anywhere policies and lower cost of living in the hills, is helping urban professionals move out of big cities for prolonged periods.

  • 'If you want the nation to progress, then you need to empower women': Dipali Goenka, CEO and joint MD, Welspun India May 09, 2021 01:53 PM IST

    'If you want the nation to progress, then you need to empower women': Dipali Goenka, CEO and joint MD, Welspun India

    One of only 3.7% female CEOs and managing directors of NSE-listed companies in India (2019), Dipali is also the lone woman on the eight-member council of the Welspun Group.

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