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Producers need to protect technicians, says Sonali

India, April 2 -- Sonali Kulkarni's talent knows no bounds, be it in films or theatre. The actor, who was to perform a play in the US in March, cancelled her plans due to the Sars-Cov-2 outbreak. She ... Read More


Uncertainty looms over 2020

India, March 30 -- With the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, security and certainty have both gone for a toss. People are not only living with uncertainty about their individual health and whether they... Read More


How to be a remote working warrior

India, March 27 -- Darpan Yadav, 22, was asked to work from home by his company three weeks before the government announced an official lockdown to control the spread of the coronavirus. He says, "My ... Read More


Here's everything the pandemic can get you for free

India, March 24 -- Enter free books, football matches, online fitness lessons and cooking classes - at a time when the world is locked down. As the Covid-19 crisis restricts us inside our houses, here... Read More


Here's everything the pandemic can get you for free

India, March 24 -- Enter free books, football matches, online fitness lessons and cooking classes - at a time when the world is locked down. As the Covid-19 crisis restricts us inside our houses, here... Read More


Here's everything the pandemic can get you for free

India, March 24 -- Enter free books, football matches, online fitness lessons and cooking classes - at a time when the world is locked down. As the Covid-19 crisis restricts us inside our houses, here... Read More


'Not tired of Ghazals'

India, March 22 -- As a young girl growing up in the '90s, it would be an anomaly if you didn't gush over John Abraham in Pankaj Udhas' music video for Chupke Chupke, or if you didn't empathise with S... Read More


My work is a reflection of me: Faezeh Jalali

India, March 20 -- S hikhandi is perhaps one of the earliest trans-characters known in mythology, who was meant to be born male to avenge an insult in her past life as Amba. But the bigger game unfol... Read More


The unexpected Asian delight

India, March 14 -- At Meishi, the Asian restaurant, located at The Park in Juhu, we were greeted by a cluster of gold glass bubbles suspended from the ceiling, near the reception area. While it was al... Read More


'Comedy has transcended language barriers'

India, March 13 -- In 2006, comedian Ashish Shakya gave up his engineering degree and became a full-time comedy writer. In a world of instant approvals and validations, that gives space to comedy and ... Read More