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India vs England: Walking down the nostalgia lane — How Alastair Cook's men scripted an epic series win in 2012
Sports

India vs England: Walking down the nostalgia lane — How Alastair Cook's men scripted an epic series win in 2012

Pace in spin, aggression, skill, perseverance, grit : The story of how England achieved a famous win in India after 28 years.

Is harking back to '90s hits and classics only an outcome of fresh content crisis? Nostalgia experts weigh in
Entertainment

Is harking back to '90s hits and classics only an outcome of fresh content crisis? Nostalgia experts weigh in

Experts say conjuring nostalgia by watching old movies or taking up old hobbies is an effective way to cope with stress and anxiety. It can lift moods, boost confidence, and inspire a sense of optimism.

'Bombay': A visual artist's homage to the city that was, before the lockdown took over
Arts & Culture

'Bombay': A visual artist's homage to the city that was, before the lockdown took over

Through a set of 64 Instagram stories, visual artist Linesh Desai has attempted to juxtapose what Mumbai was before the lockdown, with what it looks like right now, when life has seemingly come to a halt

Taj Mahal 1989 review: Poetic writing, attention to detail make this Netflix Original rise above its low production value
Entertainment

Taj Mahal 1989 review: Poetic writing, attention to detail make this Netflix Original rise above its low production value

Everyone here is trying to build his or her own little Taj Mahal, that everlasting symbol of love.

Public clocks of Bombay: In documenting the city's timekeepers, musings on the nature of time 
long-reads

Public clocks of Bombay: In documenting the city's timekeepers, musings on the nature of time 

How assisting Chirodeep Chaudhuri for a project on the city's public clocks evolved into a meditation on time, and memory | Surysarathi Bhattacharya writes

ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: ‘Self-belief was major driving force, we never panicked’, Ravneet Ricky, Ajay Ratra revisit historic win in 2000
First Cricket News

ICC U-19 World Cup 2020: ‘Self-belief was major driving force, we never panicked’, Ravneet Ricky, Ajay Ratra revisit historic win in 2000

It's been almost 20 years to that famous win in Sri Lanka but Ravneet Ricky has crystal clear memories of that campaign and why not? It was a special moment in the life of youngsters who went on to lift India's first ever U-19 World Cup and it was also the World Cup which gave India stars like Yuvraj Singh and Mohammad Kaif.

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood shows Tarantino can't rise above the past, just like his lead character Rick Dalton
Entertainment

Once Upon A Time In Hollywood shows Tarantino can't rise above the past, just like his lead character Rick Dalton

In Once Upon A Time, director Quentin Tarantino seems to be stuck in a time warp, where he does not go beyond recreating the 1960s Hollywood.

As Volkswagen ceases production of Beetle, Mumbai's 'Bug' aficionados share memories of iconic car
long-reads

As Volkswagen ceases production of Beetle, Mumbai's 'Bug' aficionados share memories of iconic car

On 10 July, the last Volkswagen Beetle rolled off the company's assembly line in Mexico. The iconic car had been in production since 1938 and has enamoured generations of car lovers across the globe.

JK Rowling can't rid herself of the Harry Potter hangover: The perils of nostalgia as cash cow
Entertainment

JK Rowling can't rid herself of the Harry Potter hangover: The perils of nostalgia as cash cow

Nostalgia is a precious gift we have given to ourselves. And Rowling should avoid poking into it.

Stranger Things season 3 shows nostalgia has become a genre in itself and an escape into 'happier times'
Entertainment

Stranger Things season 3 shows nostalgia has become a genre in itself and an escape into 'happier times'

The latest season of Netflix’s hit show Stranger Things is a fitting tribute to the power of social listening, if there ever was any.

Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women
Life

Mumbai Mobile Creches' e-cookbook documents food memories of the city's migrant women

With their e-book Food Memories of Migrant Women, Mumbai Mobile Creches (MMC) aims to capture the cultural multiplicity and the migrant perspective, through the documentation of several regional recipes from across India.

World Cup Memories: 'It doesn't haunt me. I am over it, I can watch it with a clear conscience,' Lance Klusener relives heartbreaking semi-final of 1999
First Cricket News

World Cup Memories: 'It doesn't haunt me. I am over it, I can watch it with a clear conscience,' Lance Klusener relives heartbreaking semi-final of 1999

It's been 20 years since that dramatic day. The 1999 World Cup semi-final. It was tragic, emotional and heartbreaking. However, Klusener has gotten over it now.

World Cup Memories: ‘Please don't get out, please don't get out’, Hamid Hassan relives emotional chat with Samiullah Shinwari and Afghanistan's historic first win
First Cricket News

World Cup Memories: ‘Please don't get out, please don't get out’, Hamid Hassan relives emotional chat with Samiullah Shinwari and Afghanistan's historic first win

Hamid Hassan, who had the best seat in the house at the non-striker's end when Shapoor flicked that full toss from Iain Wardlaw behind square leg to win Afghanistan their first ever World Cup match and spark wild celebrations, still gets goosebumps recalling the events of that wonderful day in Dunedin.

Jim Carrey to play Robotnik in the movie adaption of Sega video game Sonic the Hedgehog
Entertainment

Jim Carrey to play Robotnik in the movie adaption of Sega video game Sonic the Hedgehog

Jim Carrey is in final negotiations to join James Marsden in Paramount Pictures’ Sonic the Hedgehog movie.

Kolkata's old houses bridge the city's past glory and present chaos; will they survive time?
Life

Kolkata's old houses bridge the city's past glory and present chaos; will they survive time?

Unless Kolkata's old houses are saved, the city will lose a large part of its heritage and identity | #FirstCulture

Museum of Material Memory: What much-loved objects can tell us about the lived past
Life

Museum of Material Memory: What much-loved objects can tell us about the lived past

Ordinary objects steeped in the past form the mainstay of the Museum of Material Memory | #FWeekend

Watch: Mumbai's once iconic 'Padmini' taxis near the end of the road
Life

Watch: Mumbai's once iconic 'Padmini' taxis near the end of the road

Now, entering 2018, the number of Padminis on the streets of Mumbai couldn't be more than 200-300, and the number continues to drop at an increasingly fast pace. According to the government's rule, by 2020, no Padmini will be allowed to ply on the streets.

Slapping a keyboard on an Android device isn't enough, BlackBerry needs to do more to stay relevant
News & Analysis

Slapping a keyboard on an Android device isn't enough, BlackBerry needs to do more to stay relevant

In 2017, BlackBerry is simply offering an Android phone with a physical keyboard. The device hasn’t revolutionised the way we work; it simply exists in name.

Regal Cinema closure: Is there a lesson in the way Delhi's iconic theatre's last day played out?
Entertainment

Regal Cinema closure: Is there a lesson in the way Delhi's iconic theatre's last day played out?

Rather than trying to catch-up with the rest in the multiplex race, spaces such as Regal Theatre should write their own narrative.

Super Mario Run: Snap out of it Nintendo, you're living in the past
Gaming

Super Mario Run: Snap out of it Nintendo, you're living in the past

Come on, Nintendo! You can’t possibly convince me that Super Mario Run offers more than Minecraft.