A week after the The R D Burman Era Concert was relayed ‘live’ via Mumbai, accolades continue to pour in for the musicians and Utsav Sacramento.
The Richest Man in Babylon Book Review: Getting a grip on this book can be the first step toward the process of fattening your wallet. By Oriana D’Souza.
We Were Liars Book Review on Opening Doorz. The novel by E. Lockhart is gripping, thrilling and beautifully executed. By Lisha Gomes
Opening Doorz to understanding the PoSH Act. Sairekha Sureshkumar from Cohere Consultants, details the Act which has empowered women at the workplace.
Kishore Sodha, who started with Muqaddar Ka Sikander, in conversation with Opening Doorz as he readies for the ‘Live’ R D Burman Era Concert.
With You Hamesha is not just a tagline… it’s a lifeline! At Mahindra, they mean what they say because Anand Mahindra cares for every customer.
Aishwarya Nair is a dancer who becomes the dance. Watching the 16-year-old perform is watching poetry in motion. By Martin D’Souza
It’s you who matter, not people’s opinion, says Bhargavi Jonnadula the Tax Consultant from Deloitte, Hyderabad, who is now empowering young adolescents.
A model named Chahat. Lisha Gomes unravels the leggy lass from Pathankot, Punjab, who has taken her steps into the professional world of modelling.
Time to normalize imperfections instead of teaching young girls to be ‘perfect’, says Megha Rouniyar. Geneive D’Souza speaks with the beauty from Nepal.
The Power of Your Subconscious Mind Book Review is a must-read. Released in 1963, the book will continue to hold good, for good. By Oriana D’Souza.
Cocoaberry Talent and Academy has gone global amid the pandemic. Sisters Alesia and Anjali Raut have been shaping aspirants for pageants the world over.
Is Amulya Chava, India’s Kamala Harris of the future? The girl from Telangana, Hyderabad, whose parents moved to California, is making waves in the USA.
The world has plenty of bad influences, what we need now are a few good influences. St. Sonu Sood, Patron Saint of Migrant Workers is one.
Gunjan Saxena The Kargil Girl Movie Review. The film exploits your sentiments towards the end and has nothing to offer. It crash-lands
Aaliya Sachar, the girl with the Catherine Zeta-Jones like look from Chandigarh, India, is set to make a name for herself in Beauty Pageants.