Warp and Weft

Rosemary Crill and Divia Patel, co-curators of an upcoming exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, talk about the illustrious legacy of Indian textiles

Self-Portraits by Carlyle

Bafta-winning actor Robert Carlyle talks about living in the skin of his characters, going homeless on the streets of London, turning director, and his new movie, California Solo

The Bard’s World

Relive Shakespeare’s life, times and inspirations with this show

Games and the City

How all that publicity ends up exposing the underbelly of superevent host cities

Trigger Unhappy

Will the vagaries of English weather harm the Indian quest for shooting medals?

Mission Plausible

How exactly does the Olympic Gold Quest function? And what it means for India’s prospects at the 2012 London Olympics

Olympian Heights

London’s tallest structure, dwarfing the Statue of Liberty by 22 metres, is being designed by Indian-origin sculptor Anish Kapoor. And what’s more, NRI Lakshmi Mittal is footing the bill.

Minding the Gap

The London Underground will now have train drivers enlightening passengers with words of wisdom from famous philosophers

Going… Going… Still Going

Thanks to the economic downturn, Indians who’ve always dreamt of a fancy residence in London can get one cheap. Even Lakshmi Mittal has one on offer.


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