Supreme Court upholds decision to strike down 2005 law shuttering dance bars in Mumbai
Dance bars spread across Mumbai in the early part of the last decade after starting in the early 1990s, evolving from Mujra parlours of yesteryears.
Bombay zone sends most students to IITs
The maximum number of students making it to the IITs this year is from the Bombay zone, with the Maximum City also contributing two among the top ten rankers.
SRK to play Indian don in 'Xtreme City'
If all goes well, Shah Rukh Khan will be seen sharing screen space with his Hollywood counterpart Leonardo DiCaprio in a cross-cultural thriller 'Xtreme City', a tale about two men from radically different world...
Mumbai regaining its F&B mojo with big brand openings and redefined bar scene
The capital, in the throes of an unprecedented Food & Beverage (F&B) boom, saw a number of unique and quality openings virtually every other day.
13 rivalries: Spectacular conflicts that could define 2013
From Ambani vs Mittal in telecom to Narendra Modi vs Nitish Kumar in politics to the Khans in Bollywood, we could see some spectacular conflicts that could define 2013.
Time for Nitin Gadkari to end regal detachment from tough issues
Be it his stand on reforms or fighting his party's battles, Nitin Gadkari has maintained a regal detachment from tough issues.
Marketing takes a brand-new 'Avatar'
10,000 sq feet Avatar billboard, biggest ever for a movie, to be put up at North Mumbai's busy Andheri Link Road for two weeks.
Deepika, Ranveer are a royal dream in ivory and gold at Mumbai reception
Padukone opted for a Abu Jani Sandeep Khosla ensemble, while Singh was dressed in a Rohit Bal creation.
Nation holds its breath in face of fresh threats
It was an uneasy Sunday in Indian metros. Even for a nation seemingly inured to terrorism, the prospects of stepping into the crowded streets of India’s mega cities today must be a wee bit unnerving.
India ought towalk before it jogs
Thought leader Edward de Bono’s theory is that most of the mistakes in our thinking are inadequacies of perception rather than mistakes of logic.
How a transformed Mother Dairy is spreading its wings — from Delhi to Dublin
Mother Dairy has been re-calibrating its Delhi-centric approach over the years, expanding to other parts of the country, and even overseas.
Slumdog Rahman rules golden globe
As Slumdog Millionaire pockets its Golden Globe for Best Motion Picture (Drama) and moves into front place in the Oscar race, spare a thought for poor Jakarta.
Balasaheb Thackeray: Mumbai's godfather was once a man of Bombay
Some of Thackeray’s contradictory stands were tactical — he relished keeping people on the edge.
Meet India's hottest YouTube stars who are all the rage with the millennial generation
Sharp growth in internet connections, a surge in smartphone sales and the emergence of YouTube role models like AIB and TVF worked as a catalyst.
Maruti Suzuki strike: How India Inc's new age unions are pushing for reforms
At the central level, 11 trade union organisations recognised by the Ministry of Labour, have re-engineered their tactics to rally unorganized sector.
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