On developing a liking for cats despite their attitude.
Vaio Flip is notable for its screen, which is attached to a hinge that lets it flip 180 degrees.
In his latest novel, Romesh Gunesekera zooms in on post-war Sri Lanka, grappling with the ghosts of its troubled past.
Take your children on wine tasting tours. Oenotourism is not only about the bubbly.
The verdict is a win-win for everyone: for those who want to adopt legally as for
those who want to follow Muslim law.
Sonam Kapoor on fashion as art, working with fresh faces and staying away from formula.
An IIT graduate who loves to code. A man who always knew he was a woman. This is the story of how and why he decided to shed his male body
The Oscars’ Foreign category needs to be much larger and more inclusive
Leaders take to poetry as it can be staged and sung, and allows them the ‘poetic licence’ they often need
The football World Cup is an invitation to being compulsively obsessive about the teams of our choosing.
With the highest incidence of cancer in India, Aizawl is held hostage by a silent killer
that is crippling not only the city, but the entire state
Winter migrants to India, the rosy starlings are a plague upon the locusts.
Eddy, the first Android learning tablet for children, is here.
The peculiar blindness of online charity.
Two cookbooks that relive family memories and experiences over different generations and geographies.
An age-old Mizo practice of headhunting is recreated in a faraway village.
Actor Vijay Raaz talks about knowing nothing about acting, coping with a year in the wilderness and his new films.
Born amidst the sound and fury of its supporters and others, Telangana also boasts of an art tradition that is under threat.
Globalisation was once a tragic story of forced displacement and loss.
Philip Hensher on writing about a Bangladeshi family, Dan Brown and his new book.
The lawyer who loves Yeats and hates nothing more than letting a convict walk to the gallows.
In an election year, political satire finds a new home on the internet.
Mainstream cinema is still uncomfortable with placing homosexuality at the heart of the story.
Visiting a flowering semul at dawn is like visiting a bar in the evening, only the guests here are birds.
The amazing story of table tennis, leading up to a tour that changed world history.
Is the new Kindle Paperwhite 3G a good travel companion? Two airports, two bumpy flights and two cities later, here’s what we felt.
A monthly poetry meet in Guwahati is attended by rickshaw-pullers, government officials as well as well-known poets.
Boston and Philadelphia are rich in Hollywood history with both cities being central to cinematic moments over the years.
‘I carry a DVD of the film and my laptop. We borrow projectors… and screen the film in villages,’ says filmmaker Bhattacharya
Irshad Kamil on the many languages of his lyrics, and dreaming up red rabbits