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A scene from the play 'Macbeth'.
hyderabad", April 22, 2014

William Shakespeare, once more

Today is a special Wednesday for Shakespeare lovers across the globe. We celebrate 450 years of the Bard and the event calls for celebrations. The day promises to witness a big bash in the form of... »
Rev Eye gives the market a new fun twist with opportunities to support and generate business and support each other with Motion Print.
hyderabad, April 22, 2014

Dance of the words

Ever wondered how it would be if words and images begin to crawl, then walk and finally break into a dance? It happens in films with graphics, but it could well happen with your morning newspaper a... »
Satish at a photo session with K Kavitha
Hyderabad, April 21, 2014

When they don’t mind being framed

With the election fever reaching its peak, politicians can be seen everywhere – on pamphlets, advertisements, hoardings, vans, cut outs and posters. With our netas sporting their best smile... »
Arjun Kapoor and Alia Bhatt in 2 States
hyderabad, April 21, 2014

2 States: Tiresome stereotype

Cultural differences between the families often play spoilsport in Bollywood love stories. We have come a long way from the dramatic spell and tragic swell of Ek Duje Ke Liye; with young graduates... »
hyderabad, April 20, 2014

In a different league

While most of the sons and grandchildren of the legendary music director Salur Rajeswara Rao followed in his footsteps to become music directors or musicians, two of his grandsons, Munish and Raje... »
Vedasri and her friends during their trek to the Himalayas.
HYDERABAD, April 17, 2014

Bike, trek or jump off a cliff

Don’t ask me the dreaded question if I’ll do this again,” says architect Vedasri Siddamsetty. She has just returned from her trek to the Himalayas and cannot get the sights of snow-capped mountain... »
Victor Amalraj.
Hyderabad, April 22, 2014

Out in the cold

A few days ahead of the high-profile Indian Premier League in Dubai, it is the turn of football, Indian Super League, to join this band. The ISL is scheduled to start this September, after the Wor... »
Quadcopter-footer and Myo band.
hyderabad, April 22, 2014

Myo, the latest in gesture control

The day is not far when you would be seamlessly able to operate various computing devices with your gestures. Remember how cool the technology looked in Minority Report? Well, we have not a... »
Raashi Khanna has no regrets about not choosing a Bollywood film soon after Madras Café
Hyderabad, April 21, 2014

Amazing journey

Raashi Khanna has no regrets about not choosing a Bollywood film soon after Madras Café. She has wrapped her shoot for director Srinivas Avasarala’s debut movie Oohalu Gusa Gusalade... »
Shikha Johnson and Shounil Mukherjee
hyderabad, April 20, 2014

Saucy tales of ‘2 states’ weddings

When Kasturi Pradeep says “ki hol”, her husband’s family bursts out laughing “Key hole?” Kasturi, an Assamese, married to a Kanadiga, explains, “Ki hol means ‘what happened”! »
Though Anglo Indians like to sing and dance, they are also adept in sports. Photo: G. Ramakrishna
hyderabad, April 19, 2014

The allure of the Anglos

‘Hey brother, so, I asked the bugger to get me extra helping of ‘daul’ and the chap said he saw a ‘bandigot’ pass by…’ if this doesn’t help you identify the people in question then there is a goo... »
A work on display at Iconart.
hyderabad, April 17, 2014

Confluence of images

His paintings and installations are a visual dialogue that communicate everything that artist Poornachandra Prasad hopes to express. On display at Iconart Gallery, the works reflect his take on cu... »

“I started working in 2007, the year the scheme for distributing books to women in the neighbourhood was introduced. I had done odd jobs earlier including the cleaning job at the Aikya Kerala Read... »

Bite into a bit of food history with the hot cross bun, which is popular throughout the year despite its close links to Easter »

Catch glimpses of street art, get to know your neighbours and your city through Jane’s Walk »