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Police seize Rs 59 lakh 'hawala' money in Hyderabad
Vallabhaneni Anil Kumar was among those arrested, it said.
Veer Vijay Singh's perfect party
A string of presentations and mesmerising lore from Sri Lanka fascinated the guests at this do
'Hi, I am Amitabh'
The Big B emphasises that he's still the middle-class man
Judgment Day
Salman Khan is going back from Hyderabad.
'I am not sexy" : Nisha Kothari
She was in town for the launch of the Telugu version of RGV's Aag
Rishi in a cop story
Rishi is gearing up to play the lead
Child artist to leading lady
Suhani is all set to make her debut as a leading lady.
  Why star siblings don't make it big
As Katrina Kaif tries to push the career of her sister Isabella, here's a look at why only one sibling usually tastes success in Bollywood
Taking the hi-tech route
Tirumala Music Centre Pvt. Ltd. (TMC) launched a new showroom at AS Rao Nagar on October 14.
Rocking performance by musical trio
The musical trio of Shankar, Ehsaan and Loy, were in top form as they put up a rocking performance at the Hitech city grounds on Saturday evening.
Khaja & Masih hosted a Eidparty
Khaja and Masih Khan hosted a gala Eidparty, and friends joined in to celebrate with the brothers.
Eid bash in Hyderabad
Festive embraces, graceful aadabs and feisty camaraderie. That set the mood at Zain Ravdjee?s Eid dinner do.
Acupuncture treatsback pain better
Six months of acupuncture is more effective than conventional therapy for treating chronic low back pain, says a new study.
Grape juice for your heart
Grape juice has the same health benefits as red wine, say researchers
  'Believe in something, and the universe will make it happen'
...Says Nikhat Aslam Powell, whose short film is enjoying success in the global festival circuit
Beware of the Blue Whale app
If your teenage children are playing the game, they?re in grave danger
Ravi Varma?s Great-Great grand daughter Rukmini showcases art in Bengaluru
After being a recluse for more than 30 years, renowned artist and the great-great grand-daughter of legendary painter Raja Ravi Varma, Rukmini Varma is finally back with her collection of paintings. The artworks at the solo exhibition, titled Opulence and Eternity, is inspired by baroque masters like Rembrandt and Caravaggio, as well as by her illustrious ancestor, who merged the classical style with Indian subjects and themes.
Expressing unadulterated human feelings through unrefined sounds
The Bodhisattwa Trio ? a Jazz rock outfit which comprises Bodhisattwa Ghosh on guitar, Premjit Dutta on drums and Bijit Bhattacharya on bass ? believes in the expression of unadulterated human feelings in the form of unrefined powerful sounds, and this is exactly what they try to recreate. Speaking to BT, the members reveal that the brainchild of this project was Bodhisattwa
An urban Indian?s relationship with classical music
Young London-based Indian musician Sarathy Konwar was in town to enthrall audiences with his unique sound ? a mix of Indian folk music and jazz. This percussionist and composer has worked with several musicians and is classically-trained on the tabla. He spoke to us about his influences, his connection to the Sidi community and opinions on the independent Indian music scenario today.
Creative ways to ward off city-life stress
Inevitably, there is a certain amount of stress in all of our lives today, so much so that it has now become part and parcel of our daily routine.Experts believe that creative and innovative methods are now gaining popularity among people, and are now considered means to de-stress. Research has also shown that if an individual engages in creative activities, it leads to positive psychological functioning. Here are some creative things that could help you tackle unwanted stress in a positive way?
Kannada rap album shows the power of underground music and independent artists
People don?t typically associate Kannada music with the underground independent artist scene. However, the success of Kannada rap album KA-01 has shown that this kind of music can create a buzz
  Mumbai     Chennai     Pune
Cricketer Hardik Pandya unable to rent a house in Mumbai suburbs?
The Indian cricket allrounder is reportedly finding it difficult to get a place on rent, like many singles who move into the city.
The end of Pune's old-world sugar rush?
Will the recent turn of events in Pune's Cantonment area spell the end of the old-world sugar rush? Can Pune do without its favourite bakery?
LGBT film Sisak nominated for the Satyajit Ray Award

87 and running...and she's still the Queen of our hearts!
As its turns 87 today, Pune Times hops on board the much loved Deccan Queen to pay tribute to the many memories it has given us all these years...
Fashion industry is reeling under the ?Demo? effect
Designers impacted by demonetisation.
Make America 'Grope' Again
Social commentator Suhel Seth writes about Donald Trump's historic win and what it means for India.
Mirzya is inspired by the story of the star-crossed lovers Mirza-Sahiban, a popular folklore from Punjab.
  Worldly Wise

An oil with a heart

Basketful of variety

Green carpet glamour
in the many events on IFFA's itinerary. Besides sculpted gowns by A-listers from the design world, fitted dresses with cropped hemlines were seen at the awards function and parties thereafter. Interestingly, a few desi numbers too were spot in the many events on IFFA's itinerary. Besides sculpted gowns by A-listers from the design world, fitted dresses with cropped hemlines were seen at the awards function and parties thereafter. Interestingly, a few desi numbers too were spot in the many events on IFFA's itinerary. Besides sculpted gowns by A-listers from the design world, fitted dresses with cropped hemlines were seen at the awards function and parties thereafter. Interestingly, a few desi numbers too were spot
Chip-chip. Chopin. Chennai.

Look who's talking in Sanskrit!

Beyond genres

  Puneites open doors to community meals with strangers

For these Puneites, staying fit is two man task

For these city youngsters, weekends are not just about partying

Pune keeps the pages turning
How cozy, small libraries nestled around the city are keeping the habit of reading alive
City students take to street plays for a social cause

After GST exemption, activists focus on awareness about sanitary napkins

Pune falls for milonga
The city's tango enthusiasts are taking the dance form to nightclubs, restaurants and multiplexes too
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Best Sellers

A paradoxical world

History meets growing up

Temple tales come alive

Shop till you drop

City Buzz

Flyover woes
tacharjee tacharjee tacharjee
  The ?other world'

Dig into, gorge and savour

Signature strings

Breakfast like a King!

Sanjiv Kapoor goes the Sleek way

Song from the soul

Welcome to Disney world

  Seek help

History meets growing up

The Greatness of Miniature art

Space for science

Oh Boy! What a role


Beyond movies

  Chandigarh     Ahmedabad     Lucknow
Tough guy, big heart, our man JJ
There are two new entrants to Army House, Gen JJ Singh's official residence. They are his foster sons who trace their roots to a world of isolation and fear.
Friends' folly killed him
Three men's fear and folly killed their friend on Saturday night. Bhagwan Singh, Harnek Singh, Surender Singh and Amardeep Singh, all residents of Sainimajra, were returning home from the Sector 26 grain market when Bhagwan fell off the tractor trolley.
Brand Bush pollemics
D-Day's here. It's Brand Bush versus Brand Kerry, as the world watches. We decode the USP of Brand Bush's chances of delivering an Oscar performance...
All the President's Women
Can Bushie's family take him to the White House? We analyse the role of Family Bush...
Kiss-a: Ab tak 17, now 30
Angling for the title of Kiss Miss is newcomer Tanisha Singh, who shares some sizzling scenes and kisses with her co-star in 'Sambandh - The Relation'.
*ING O'Toole, Sharif & Bal
Model Aditya Bal lands role in $16 million American period film with legendary Hollywood actors.
Straight Answers
ANUPAM JAIN, Director, Hartron Workstation, Chandigarh, on IT and management education trends.
  Placement Week begins at NID, over 100 companies to participate
At Paldi campus on December 3 and 4, and Gandhinagar campus on December 5
This Diwali, bring in happiness and prosperity with torans
Markets are decked up with marigold, artificial, textile, wooden and metal torans
Shubh Mangal Saavdhan and Dhh to be showcased at NID?s Alpavirama
76 short fiction and documentary films from 18 Asian countries to be screened between October 23 and 26
City faces the festive traffic blues
While pre-Navratri shopping led to traffic congestion in market areas, nine nights will witness a spike near party plots
Pick up some gardening lessons from these Amdavadis
A detailed guide on sowing and maintaining plants to decorating your carved green zone
3-day art exhibition on Gandhi kicks off at CN Fine Arts
Of the 606 works on display, 256 are on tiles sourced from Bapu?s school in Rajkot
Charkha spinning session at Kochrab Ashram
To mark Gandhi Jayanti, the session would be organized from 6 pm to 7 pm
  'Comedy comes naturally to me'
Celina Jaitely on her fans and films
Acting is in my blood: Chaitanya
From a run-of-the-mill executive to a popular actor, Chaitanya Choudhary's rise to stardom has been extraordinary
Professionals also love to party
Employees of a private telecom service provider were spotted having fun at a rocking party lately.
Going green with teej
Despite the monsoon playing truant, Saawan is officially here and so is it?s related festival- Teej.
Why is Aparna Sen doubly happy?
When it is Aparna Sen, it?s but natural that her labour of love never goes unappreciated.
What?s a post break-up makeover?
After four and a half years of dating, Drew split with the Strokes drummer Fabrizio Moretti early this year.
Breaking up
Calling it quits isn't ever easy.