CR, Cidco spar over plot, hold up Seawoods station project
It has now been put on the slow track because of a long-drawn squabble between the City and Industrial Development Corporation (Cidco) and Central Railway over a small plot of land.
Is climate change the culprit behind floods and farming woes?
From the floods of Houston to those in Gujarat, from Niger to Mumbai, climate c...
Dance bar effect: Will Mumbai's nightlife regain its zing or cause social problems?
Only a few seasoned erstwhile patrons of these joints sti...
Will Obama dampen Mumbai’s Diwali?
It was a surprise Diwali at the White House last year as Barack Obama became the first US president to celebrate the Festival of Lights.
Urban India lures Bollywood, global audience
Even before Danny Boyle's 'Slumdog Millionaire' made Mumbai slums a lucrative option for filmmakers, a new crop of directors in Bollywood has been trying to bring the urban realities back in Indian cinema.
Kamal Nath tops rich list, AK Antony at bottom
The govt on Saturday released a list of assets owned by Union ministers. Urban development minister Kamal Nath and his family top the charts with a net worth of over Rs 263 cr.
From financial capital to terror capital: Mumbai as bad as Karachi, Kabul
India’s financial capital, after the repeated attacks, is inching close to wartorn Kabul where 520 people have died and 1,836 wounded in the same period.
Mumbai terror attacks: From financial capital to terror capital- Mumbai as bad as Karachi, Kabul
The situation in Maximum City is almost as bad as in Kabul or Karachi, cities located in countries the world knows as hotbeds of terror.
Reliance Big Pictures acquires distribution rights of biggest blockbusters
It’s a big distribution acquisition deal in recent times. Based on industry estimates, the Reliance Big Entertainment arm Reliance Big Pictures has reportedly acquired distrbution rights of two of the year’s biggest blockbusters, or ‘tentpole’ movies.
A look at five offbeat food ventures which are experimenting with new ideas
One good thing about living in India now — when interest in food as entertainment is at an all time high — is the potential to innovate and monetise that passion.
Bal Thackeray’s estranged son Jaidev contests his father's will that divides 'Matoshree'
Bal Thackeray’s estranged son Jaidev has contested his father’s will, which divides Matoshree amongst Jaidev’s own son and Thackeray’s youngest son Uddhav.
First Sampling: Floyd Cardoz, the poster boy of modern Indian food, returns to India with Bombay Canteen
Cardoz has been quite the poster boy of contemporary Indian food abroad; most famously at the helm of New York’s Tabla that tasted heady critical.
Single light enough to banish darkness
Diwali hasn't been hit by load-shedding. It seems to shine more brightly in the city blessed by Ma Lakshmi, the Lotus-Born Goddess of Wealth. You can see the lights from your window as your flight comes in to land at night. They say a single light is all it takes to banish darkness. With zillions strung together at festive times, the monster blackness beneath the plane glows like a giant bill-board leopard, lots of dots; burning orange on black.
Ambanis opened #AkuStoleTheShlo winter wonderland to locals; St. Moritz mayor calls it his best 2 hours
A video gone viral on social media shows Mukesh and Nita Ambani dancing to 'Ae Meri Zohra Jabeen'.
Companies look at new models to speed mentoring
In today’s dynamic workplace, mentoring is no longer just a one-on-one exercise. Leadership development has evolved over the past few years
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