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These artificial grounds provide space to socialise and have fun
Four-day Krishnakriti Festival of Art and Culture begins today.
Ola and Uber drivers are unwilling to call off their strike. Here’s why
Deepa stepped into the world of storytelling and never had to look back and shares her story in style.
This ‘aunt’ has reasons to be ill-tempered, as was proved by the Hindi play Khatarnak Khala.
Staged for the 40th time, Udaan’s Miyan-Biwi manages to pull young party peeps to a play.
Palak Jain helps you customise cards and gifts
Hyderabad picks up Indie music as pubs offer performers some space.
Smita Bellur entrances music connoisseurs with her performance.
Historians and architects gather together to hear Muhammed's interesting stories.
Crag Studio helps you become an expert in trekking.
Senior anasthesia specialist Dr Abhay Patwari reminisces about his work in the '80s.
Lively strokes in a colourful palette bring natural elements alive.
Members of Zorba present a scintillating performance with synchronous rhythm
Mahesh Babu meets Bigbasket contest winners.
The 1985-batch Indian Police Service officer, currently the DGP of Madhya Pradesh, fondly talks about the stature, architectural marvel and splendid structure that the Arts College is to this day.
With a good display of attractive items, stalls at the crafts mela vie for attention.
Kids Fest at Hitex is filled with loads of energy and little ones are loving it.
City-based guitarist Akram Ul Haq does a delightful solo on a chilly evening.
While getting cash has become a Herculean task, some businesses retain their pace