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Jan 04, 2019
Of coins, figurines and vinyl records: Three collectors on sourcing, vetting and preserving pieces of historyCollections – be it stamps, coins, cassettes – are also a result of nearly a lifetime of barters, from parting with the coolest toys in one’s possession to those savings in the bank, and are built with a great amount of patience, knowledge and a comprehensive study of history
Dec 25, 2018
This Christmas, St Thomas Cathedral, a church that grew up with Mumbai, marks its 300th anniversaryThe first place of public worship for the followers of the Anglican Church came up on Christmas day, 300 years ago, in the form of St Thomas’ Church.
Nov 14, 2018
Rosogolla Dibas: What this humble sweet, once at the centre of a culture war, means to BengalRosogolla Dibas is a timely reminder to all of us to not take our heritage for granted. Envious neighbours are always coveting a piece of the chhena pie
Jul 12, 2018
Tales of Akbar, Shah Jahan to be retold in Taj - A Monument of Blood, series on rise and fall of Mughal empireUsing the birth and death of Shah Jahan as bookends, Taj — A Monument of Blood will capture the dark side of the story of the Mughal empire
Feb 23, 2018
Villarreal defender Ruben Semedo charged with attempted murder and kidnappingRuber Semedo was arrested at his home in the early hours of Tuesday after a man alleged he had been "tied up, beaten and held by Semedo and two other men at the player's villa in Betera".
Jan 31, 2018
Goa Carnival to be held from 10 to 13 February: 'King Momo' to lead float parades in all major citiesThe popular annual Goa Carnival will be held across the coastal state from 10 to 13 February, an official has said.
May 24, 2017
Fort Kochi and Mattancherry journal, Part 8: European descendants fight to retain their identity and rightsKochi was the only city in India to be controlled by three colonisers — the Portuguese, the Dutch and the British — who ruled the port city of Kerala consecutively since 1560.
Aug 15, 2016
Humans of Olympics: Meet Robson Oliveira, the Ronaldinho lookalike with a global audienceLife in a Rio de Janeiro favela isn’t easy. It is even more difficult if you happen to look like one of the most famous and loved footballers in the world.
Aug 10, 2016
Humans of Olympics: Meet Han, Song and Xu, three Chinese friends volunteering in RioLove, wanderlust and passion for sports, these three Chinese friends have very different reasons to be in the Rio Olympics!
Jul 11, 2016
Forty arrested over Euro 2016 violence at Eiffel Tower in ParisAround 40 people were arrested in Paris Sunday after police used tear gas and water cannon against football fans hurling glass bottles at officers at the Eiffel Tower during the Euro 2016 final.