Poster boys in deep trouble.
It must be said: we live in extraordinary times. Notoriety can be worn as a badge of honour and comes with several juicy perks. Now even our poster boy for Olympic glory is in trouble. Boxer Vijender Singh is not going to find it all that hard to convince his fans [...]
From the swashbuckling Rocky to the wicked Khalnayak, it has been one hell of a journey for Sanjay Dutt. Here are the views of some overseas Indians on whether Dutt was justified in possessing an AK 47 weapon that was from the consignment of arms smuggled into India by terrorists before the blasts, even [...]
Bright shades are cool this summer.
The neon trend has been voted as being ‘hot ‘n’ perfect’ for the Spring Summer season. There are many ways to wear it and some options have been suggested below.
For a casual look, pair your denim for the day with a fun neon pink or yellow tops/shirts or [...]
Recipes that are super easy and delicious
By RICHA SHARMA
May is the month of mangos in India and we all look forward to our favourite varieties. From the worldrenowned Alfonso (also known as the King of Mangoes) to Malika (meaning Queen), Benishan (Bainganpally in Telugu), Dasheri (popular in North India), Kesari (from Gujarat), Totapuri (‘parrot’s [...]
Want to jazz up your living space? Opt for fun and quirky-shaped chairs that are sure to perk up your room. When Vincent van Gogh painted his chair, it was a simple, worn-out wooden piece with a slouchy cushion. It was obviously the master’s favourite, that he immortalised it in his painting.
Chairs have evolved over the [...]
Mercedes-Benz B200 is a good vehicle for driving around the city.
By KEEGAN GAN
Substantially more agile and efficient, but as comfortable and spacious as ever - the second generation B-Class from Mercedes-Benz is a winner on all fronts. Riding on a new platform, the new B-class in comparison to its predecessor is lower and provides [...]
Time to fight for our earth.
By AYESHA KOHLI
On a late Sunday afternoon in April, Dhanya Nageswaran and Ria Ranadive, both aged 13 years, issued a strong clarion call to the audience gathered in front of them - “Wake up and pay attention to the huge amounts of paper, plastic, glass and metal waste we [...]
Each year, when the sun blazes on the plains, people start seeking respite by heading to the charming and cool hill stations across the country.
By NITHYA SUBRAMANIAN
The Indian subcontinent has seven principal mountain ranges, the largest being the Himalayas. The British developed most of the hill stations, as they preferred to move to cooler [...]