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Denim Derriere Ad Has Feminists Flying into Rage!

In a country where foreign brands are entering by the dozen, you can understand the need of a homegrown brand to make themselves more relevant to the youth

The Fading Print!

Across the globe universities and art institutions are closing down courses in printmaking. With availability of digital enhancement of pictures with 100 per cent accuracy, there are few takers of this art. Yet, some efforts are on to revive it.

Sony/ATV Music Makes India Entry

Sony/ATV Music Publishing Llc, a music publishing firm formed by Sony Music Global and the family trust of Michael Jackson, is entering India by signing an exclusive strategic alliance with Sony Music Entertainment India Pvt. Ltd.

Bollywood Bets Big on Festive Season

Big-budget films are back this festive season, with close to Rs 650 crore at stake between October and December

Slumdog Star, Minus Magic

At the Toronto Film Festival, movies with an Indian theme can take off, as happened with Danny Boyle’s Slumdog Millionaire in 2008, but history appears not to have repeated itself in quite the same way with Michael Winterbottom’s Trishna.

India to Have its Own ‘Sports Illustrated’ Swimsuit Issue

It has taken two years coming, but most hot-blooded heterosexual men would agree that it’s not a day too late.

Yuvraj Singh Signs Deal With Sports Management Company Sporty Solutionz

Indian batsman Yuvraj Singh has signed a deal with sports management company 'Sporty Solutionz' which would exclusively deal with the flamboyant cricketer's digital rights.

Feluda on Feluda

Five hit feature films and ten telefilms later, Sabyasachi Chakrabarty, 55, feels it’s time for him to give up his dream role — Feluda.

8-Week-Old Prima Donna!

She has beaten Lady Gaga, Miley Cyrus and Emma Watson. Youth icon Justin Bieber stands no chance and even Suri Cruise has been pushed off her pretty pedestal. Meet Harper Seven Beckham, the pint-sized diva-in-the-making.

Jaipur Maharaja Band to Jam at Singapore Grand Prix

The 11-member Jaipur Maharaja Brass Band will perform on all three days of the Grand Prix, including the opening ceremony, from Sep 23 to 25. The Singapore race is the 14th round of this year's Formula One season.

Unintended Extras

NRI filmmakers reflect on the quirks and eccentricities of producing a film in India.

Vasuki Sunkavalli out of Miss Universe race

India hasn't won the crown since 2000. It was model-turned actress Lara Dutta who had won the crown for India in that year.

New York Times Launches India-Focussed Website

With American print media in decline with advertising revenues migrating to digital platforms, The New York Times has launched an English-language website called "India Ink" targeted at the growing media market in India and South Asia.

News Broadcasters Opt for Monthly Ratings, But All are not Convinced

The decision of the News Broadcasters' Association to move from weekly to monthly ratings for all national news and business channels in Hindi and English, announced on September 16, has sparked a debate on the advisability of the move.

Fashion World Honours Sept. 11 as Shows Go on

The fashion world stood still when the World Trade Centre came down in the middle of New York Fashion Week a decade ago, but the shows went on Sunday with moments of reflection and remembrance from the tents at Lincoln Centre to venues within distance of ground zero.

Indian Grand Prix Yet to Get Formula Right to Win TV Ad Spot Bounty

Even as on-ground sponsorships for cars, drivers and teams are in place, ESPN Star Sports, the TV rights-holder of the Airtel Indian Grand Prix, has been unable to get premium rates for on-air advertising, signalling that advertisers continue to skip non-cricket sporting events on TV.

Indian Cinema and its Toronto Link

Of the major film festivals on the international circuit, the Toronto International Film Festival, or TIFF, is the only one that takes place in a city where a significant portion of the local population knows Indian cinema well.

Tamil Nadu's Cable War

Jayalalithaa’s rejuvenation of Arasu Cable is directed at bringing Kalanithi Maran’s Sun TV to its knees, but may lead to surprising consequences.

This Kid Grows up Fast

Its first two million customers took 18 months to come on board. The next two million has taken eight months – something that Videocon d2h announced early this month.

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