Amar Chitra Katha and Asterix comics make it to Nikhil Ranjan's guilty, reading pleasures
The William Penn MD spent nearly five years tracking down 'Fountain Pens of the World' by Andreas Lambrou.
Dr. D's column: Tintin and Asterix's take on Belgium vs France
The characters have quite a lot to say about the semi-final.
Rostow Ravanan likes to read 'Phantom and Mandrake' comics followed by 'Asterix' and 'Tintin' for entertainment
Ravanan likes to take his boo...
Asterix and the Burger wars
French are pretty fried that Asterix has taken them to local McDonald’s.
Asterix’s 50 and everyone’s invited for a special bash
Comic book hero Asterix, the indomitable Gaul who with his friend Obelix, has been keeping the Romans at bay, turns 50 this week and the creators have something for millions of their readers throughout the world — a special issue containing many of their exploits including in India.
No asterix, just many a cacophonix in the BJP
The BJP leadership seems to have taken a liking to scoring self-goals. Drawing inspiration from the ‘mole-in-the PMO’ fiasco created by senior leader Jaswant Singh, the BJP is geared up to make all sorts of defensive, confused and confusing statements on the compulsory singing of Vande Mataram, which it raked up as an answer to the UPA government’s appeasement approach, reports Our Political Bureau.
Studying will never be the same again! Now, read Harry Potter, Tintin in ICSE schools
Students will also get to enjoy PG Wodehouse and Dickens, along with graphic novels like Maus and Tintin.
Biographies, life lessons have had profoundest impact on me: Housejoy's Saran Chatterjee
Housejoy CEO on his love for books and guilty-pleasures.
When James Bond, Tintin and other fiction legends brought the action to India
Hercule Poirot might just come to India soon, if a planned spin-off decides to bring him here. We do a recap of other legendary sleuths and adventurers whose travels have brought them to the country.
Showbiz: Tintin the movie Spielberged! But i got to watch it
An author, graphic novelist and Tintin fan on his apprehensions about and anticipation of Tintin the movie.
A cheesy affair: Why Indians love the fondue
Fondue started among poor town dwellers as a way to make stale bread and hard cheese palatable.
Making her way from the saddle to the boardroom: Meet Parle Agro’s Nadia Chauhan
Focused on the day-to-day workings of Parle Agro, Nadia Chauhan harbours hopes of reviving her childhood love — horse riding.
First look of Ranbir Kapoor-Deepika Padukone's 'Tamasha'
The script of "Tamasha" has been heavily guarded but it has been learnt that Ranbir Kapoor plays a free-spirited nomad in the film.
Colosseum mistake, this, eternal city!
When in Rome, do as the Romans do. But starting December 8, do ensure that you don’t do as the ancient Romans did.
Reliving childhood! Adults bank on action heroes to cut work stress
Convergys' George Samuel keeps aside a sum of Rs 5,000 every month for his bucket list of action figures like superman and etc.
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