Payel Majumdar

The Indian bride has changed. Nowhere is it more noticeable than couture, as beach brides, neon brides, dhoti-wearing brides, brides in blacks, whites, monochromatic no-bling woven lehengas celebrate the demise of our glittery past, says Payel Majumdar.

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How to fight the unbearable lightness of matrimony
Payel Majumdar | 27th Sep

We need to stay together, I say. What I mean is: don't leave me." Husbands are an endangered species, if you listen to Guardian columnist Tim Dowling...

Sephi Bergerson | 27th Sep
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26th Sep
Deliver Us from Evil
Director: Scott Derrickson
Starring: Eric Bana, Edgar Ramírez, Joel McHale

In 2005, Scott Derrickson directed The Exorcism of Emily Rose. This genuinely scary film with a surprisingly strong cast seemed to mark the director o...


March 21 - April 19

Despite the fact that there is quite a bit on your plate, you’ll be able to carry out tasks in your own way and style this week.


POWERFUL NUMBERS: 4th, 6th, 10th, 15th, 19th, 24th, 31st

GEMS: Black pearl: Public relations

COLOURS: Mustard yellow

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Scotch the Rumours
27th Sep

There was international surprise — and schadenfreude — when the government announced t...

Munish Dhiman

"I got so inclined to designing that it became an abiding passion for me which remains the warp and woof of my psyche."

Dolly Ahluwalia

Costume designer & actor

Acting might have added yet another National Award to her kitty (for assaying the role of Ayushmann ...

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Begum’s dreamy debut a labour of love
13th Sep



There's a little one room barsaati in Delhi's Hauz Khas Village that has become the epicentre of one of the country's mo...

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September 2014
Solo Exhibition by Shiv Lal Saroha

Art Heritage Gallery, 205 Tansen Marg, 11 a.m. - 7p.m.

An exhibition of paintings by Shiv Lal Saroha, who gives his own slant on human and animal imagery and natural landscapes. These compositions, who composed of natural elements, are often deliberately askew.

"Sometimes we enter art to hide within it. It is where we can go to save ourselves, where a third-person voice protects us."

Michael Ondaatje

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