Studies predict that by 2020, coworking spaces will overtake the traditional office format in India. The Indian Express plugs into the new-gen offices in Chandigarh to find them buzzing with business.
Wheelchair tennis player and Padma Shri awardee H Boniface Prabhu missed out on regular school growing up in Bengaluru.
Chaar Sahibzaade: Rise of Banda Singh Bahadur
Ranbir Kapoor and Anushka Sharma — made a brief afternoon visit to PVR cinemas in Elante Mall heavily booked for the day’s shows.
Designer Ashima Singh parts ways from the Ashima-Leena label after more than two decades, and starts afresh with a new label.
Breezy kaftans and bareback dresses have been the mainstay of designer Malini Ramani’s work.
Day Two of the ongoing Amazon India Fashion Week Spring-Summer 2017 edition spun a glamourous new story with Indian textiles.
The Italian presentation on Day One of AIFW was an impressive showcase of footwear, fashion and handbag styles.
The show started with the screening of a short film on the town of Chanderi in Madhya Pradesh.
The current band line-up includes Amit Kilam (drums, percussion and vocals), Rahul Ram (bass guitar and vocals), Himanshu Joshi (vocals), Tuheen Chakravorty (tabla and other percussion) and Nikhil Rao (guitar).
Veteran designer J J Valaya will mentor young designer label Alpana & Neeraj for the AIFW SS 2017 finale.
Bohemian Chic, a new designer studio in the city, makes a fashionable impression
A group of parents and children with Down Syndrome explores a new way to unwind and learn at the same time.
Hung Fong, who hails from Hong Kong and is presently working at Taj Hyderabad, is in the city for the festival that is being held at Black Lotus, the Chinese fine-diner at Taj Chandigarh.
In Chandigarh after exhibiting her collection in Raipur, Queenie Singh said: “I exhibit all over the country and now find the tier-II towns eager to invest in luxury. Ditto goes for Chandigarh."
An ode to pure Indian textiles like mul-mul, khadi and silk, Priyanka Khosla presented Indian wear in a new format.
Designer Payal Jain weaves a story of contemporary India in the new uniforms of Taj hotels
Dressed in cycling gear and safety helmets, they all lined up behind the oldest of them all —54-year-old monk Gyalwang Drukpa — the head of the Ladakh-based Drukpa order.