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Just for laughs
Stand-up comedian Tanmay Bhat, 24, was always the class clown in college and loved to keep everyone around him in splits. Still he never thought that getting a laugh out of people would become his calling. But after winning the Weirdass Ham-ateur ...  | Read.. 
 
TReNDS
Viva la vinyl!
It’s a comeback few would have predicted. Imagine a vinyl record-revival in an era where music is made on computers ...  | Read.. 
 
INNER SPACES
Wall art
Would you like to clothe your walls in wallpaper that uses expensive fabric as a base? Or would you rather pick an even more ...  | Read.. 
 
FooD
Burger binge
We’ve all had our burger moments. After all, who can forget the first time we held a juicy, sauce-dripping burger in be ...  | Read.. 
 
FaSHioN
White vows
The jetset, summer bride is shrugging off hot crimson and magenta and going for an ethereal white look instead. Far from bein ...  | Read.. 
 
TIME OUT
A special thought
Did you wish your dad Happy Father’s Day? It’s not too late yet, in case you haven’t. And while you’re at ...  | Read.. 
 
TeCHNoCooL
Searching for more
Ask just about anyone what they use to search for information on the Internet, and pat comes the reply. Google. Type “se ...  | Read.. 
 
TuRNiNG PoiNT
Starting young
My father, Shyamal Ghoshal, was an actor who worked with stalwarts like Satyajit Ray and Ritwik Ghatak. The biggest names in ...  | Read.. 
 
 
Clockwise from far left: Aditi Mittal, Ashish Shakya, Tanmay Bhat, Anuvab Pal, Rohan Joshi