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Articles labelled ‘mumbai’

  • Sahil Makhija: Devilled Eggs and Demonic Omelettes

    The Demonic Resurrection frontman spoke to us about five things he loves to cook for friends and family.
  • Mumbai: The Indian Writer’s New York

    The BBC’s Soutik Biswas reports — “Bangalore may be a kinetic technology hub teeming with expatriates and bright young Indians, Calcutta a decaying dowager brimming with a million stories, and Delhi the capital where power meets noir. “But cosmopolitan, energetic and chaotic Mumbai, where the rich live cheek-by-jowl with the poor, is the city where […]
  • Rains, Coffee, and Muck

    From mucky streets, to mucky railway platforms, to mucky office entrances, to mucky everything.
  • Life Imitating Art

    Author Paritosh Uttam talks to us about his debut novel, and the virtues and pitfalls of an artistic temperament.
  • Restaurant: Asian Wok

    An unassuming little restaurant, Asian Wok offers up a mouthwatering variety of Thai, Chinese, and Malay dishes.
  • Bob Sinclar Live Today at Hard Rock Cafe, Mumbai

    Grammy Award-nominated producer and DJ Bob Sinclar will be performing live in Mumbai today at Hard Rock Café (Bombay Dyeing Mills Compound, Worli). The gig starts at 9.30 p.m. and the entry passes will set you back Rs. 3,000. The French DJ will also play live tomorrow in Bangalore (UB City Portico).
  • Michael Learns to Rock Performs Live Today at Landmark, Mumbai

    Popular Danish band Michael Learns to Rock will perform live at Landmark book store (High Street Phoenix, Lower Parel) in Mumbai today. This performance is part of a three-city tour by the band (Bangalore, Delhi, and Mumbai) to promote their new album Eternity (EMI Music). Michael Learns to Rock has a huge audience in Asia, […]
  • Anushka Manchanda: Sound Bites

    Idlis, sushi, and mashed potatoes — singer Anushka Manchanda talks to us about her favourite things to eat.

The Tap #33

By Ramya Sriram