Fashion forward

Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | Chahak Mittal

Young Turks, who will grace the Lakme Fashion Week, believe in quality products without ripping off the customer, says Chahak Mittal The grammar of fashion is centered around cuts and sillhouettes but it is in the interplay of the additional and accessories that the newer designers are extending their vocabulary to. And...


Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

Dia keen to make a biopic Actress-producer DIA MIRZA, revelling in the success of Sanju, says she wants to make a biopic on the life of eminent painter Amrita Sher-Gil. “I am intrigued by many true life stories. I think in our country, there are many which can be converted into...

Utility, meet Sport

Friday, 06 Jul 2018 | Kushan Mitra

Let’s be honest, most Sports Utility Vehicles while utilitarian are hardly sporty. But then there is the BMW X4 M40d which redefines all that Sports Utility Vehicle or SUV, the guy who thought up the moniker, must be laughing because he was likely a sarcastic stand-up in the mould of George...

Saif comes home with Cop Act

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

Mumbai’s underworld makes for good story-telling and VIKRAMADITYA MOTWANE is attempting a global hit with Sacred Games, says Team Viva A deadbeat cop, who finds himself trapped in a corrupt police system and who wants to do something worthwhile to emerge out of his father’s shadow, gets an anonymous tip-off...

‘Design has flowed over’

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Divya Giri

Ramola Bachchan offers a platform to young creative entrepreneurs. By Divya Giri Socialite Ramola Bachchan has always stayed away from the predictable. So though she has an unparalleled style sensibility, she has never hopped onto to prevalent fashion bandwagons and instead created one that has her signature and promotes new...

Akshay backs regional cinema

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

This is a story of friendship between a teen waiter and a mentally-challenged old man, forcing us to rework our choices between chasing dreams and morality The story of a young boy, Chumbak, directed by Sandeep Modi and featuring renowned lyricist Swanand Kirkire in the lead role and backed by actor...

As Dev, Ashish changes his sleuthing tack

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Divya Giri

Actor back with a sequel saying his TV outing rescued him and helped him break stereotypes. By Divya Giri For actor Ashish Chaudhary, who has done multiple comedy roles, the small screen was a way of breaking stereotypes. So he took up a regular fiction show and followed it up...


Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

Acting insecure career: Kriti Actress KRITI SANON believes there is more insecurity in the acting profession but the only way to survive in the industry is to go with the flow and understand that nothing lasts forever. An engineering graduate, Kriti became a model before debuting as an actor with Heropanti...

NFL promotes compost use

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | MANOJ MISHRA

In addition to offering all products and services to farmers in India, the National Fertilisers Limited (NFL) is actively encouraging the use of organic humus in its territories, says the company's chairman and managing director MANOJ MISHRA As maintaining soil health has become crucial for a sustainable green cover, the National...

Fashion fusion for a cause

Thursday, 05 Jul 2018 | Team Viva

The Nobility for Ability charity polo cup in Chantilly, France, set the stage for designer Charu Parashar to showcase her khadi collection Designer Charu Parashar unravelled her khadi dream, in keeping with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s vision of making our home-grown weave global, as part of a charity polo match....


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My father lived, died for India, says Rahul

15 Jul 2018 | PTI | New Delhi

Amid row over alleged use of derogatory language in a web series while referring to former Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi, Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday said the BJP and the RSS believe that freedom of expression must be policed, while he regards it as a fundamental democratic right. “My father lived and died in the service of India...

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Pranaam Pawas: A poetic event organised to welcome monsoon

17 Jul 2018 | Staff Reporter | Bhopal

Phir Khule Akaash me Judde Ghataon Ke, Phir Hawaon Ke Dupatte Ho Gaye Jheene, a poetic event centered on creations about monsoon ‘Pranaam Pawas’ concluded in city. The event was organised by the Dushyant Kumar Memorial Manuscript Museum to welcome the monsoon season...

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