Even though India has ‘banned’ cow slaughter in most parts and vigilantism is on the rise, the meat mafia is thriving, especially for the Bangladeshi beef market. And for the holy cow, it’s just anoth
Midas, king of Phrygia, was granted a boon by Bacchus: Whatever the king touched, would turn to gold.
The present mythology boom is not the worst thing to have happened to Indian publishing since an IIT/IIM graduate gave up a career in banking to take up writing.
What makes a classic, a ‘classic’? How is it that some novels, plays or films have a tremendous impact when first experienced, but over the years appear dated, and do not stand the test of time?
A British-Indian’s movie on Maharaja Duleep Singh tells the king’s story like a Shakespearian tragedy from Punjab’s perspective
Developing economy and growing businesses are gradually changing the definition of some elite and posh private clubs in India.