Vincent van Gogh’s decision to become an artist was underpinned in good part by his struggles for love and esteem within a thoroughly bourgeois family anxious about its standing.
Machine technologies and literary techniques have turned reading for the audiobook sector a genre in itself.
Funnycontrol explores Hindenburg’s latest standup comedy special.
Michelin-starred chef Vineet Bhatia’s first restaurant in the capital presents a potpourri of popular Delhi dishes, served with surprising reinterpretations
Online gaming frauds are increasing day by day, but if you act responsibly, there are chances of saving yourself from such incidents. Keep gaming safe!
Farm to table, return of the multicuisine menu, uptick in bespoke dining experiences across India, and more takeaways by Gauri Devidayal who runs Mumbai's The Table and Magazine St Cafe.
A new volume edited by Deepa Anappara and Taymour Soomro offers advice for writers of colour and those who read them.
Gender rights activist and the first openly gay royal in the world, Manvendra Singh Gohil on Supreme Court's decision to refer same-sex marriages to a five-judge constitution bench and the central government's stance on the matter
Spilling the beans about oneself is an ego trip no one can resist.
More than 55,000 Seven Elevens, Family Marts and other convenience stores punctuate Japanese cities, and any lost or distressed child can ask to use the phone at one of these stores. They can then wait there until a parent arrives to collect them...
The three-day festival, starting today, honours the spirit of the city with multiple performances, walks and conversations.
'Shark Tank India: Start-up Fundas from the Sharks and Participants', by Shark Tank India with Prerna Lidhoo, demystifies some of the criteria Sharks apply to pick winning pitches.
If emissions remain high, a 70-year-old in 2090 could be living on a planet that’s 4℃ warmer than pre-industrial levels. Substantial impacts on water availability, heat and the health of both humans and animals are already happening
At COP28, nations must come prepared as IPCC makes clear, to peak emissions before 2025 at the very latest, nearly halve emissions by 2030 and reach net-zero CO2 emissions around mid-century, while also ensuring a just and equitable transition. That is the only way the world can deliver on IPCC's agenda
Books are marketed like fast moving consumer goods, and mostly online with a generous role by social media. Digital marketing has also meant that physical stores upped their marketing game
Given that the average person will spend 90,000 hours at work over a lifetime, it makes sense to try and enjoy it if you can. Here's what can you do to be happier at work and reduce stress.
Watch out for voice phishing, or “vishing,” scams, the most likely deepfakes you might encounter in everyday life, both at work and at home. In 2022, people were swindled out of an estimated $11 million by simulated voices
Go beyond Patra Ni Macchi this Parsi New Year, on March 21, to discover Parsi delicacies that blend a hint of Persian tradition and the aromas of Indian ingredients and spices.
No two people age the same. Although age is the principal risk factor for several chronic diseases, it is an unreliable indicator of how quickly your body will decline or how susceptible you are to age-related disease.
Co-founder and CEO of Hunch, Ish Goel spills the beans on what makes this pseudonymous, polls-only social network for the GenZ a cut above the rest.
Tholppavakoothu, a dying form of puppetry, is being revived by a father-son duo, who have taken it beyond the Ramayana and Mahabharata to include socially relevant and political themes, such as voting rights and the plight of coir workers.
Maahek Nair, who has been training the actor for over a decade, reveals Shraddha Kapoor’s workout regime, diet and other secrets that helped the transformation.
If you think Covid is contagious, have you seen a bank sneezing?
After last year’s win, Hindi writer Geetanjali Shree’s Ret Samadhi (Tomb of Sand), the International Booker Prize 2023 has longlisted this week Perumal Murugan’s 2016 Tamil novel, Pookuzhi (Pyre), translated into English by Aniruddhan Vasudevan, a searing indictment of India’s caste system.