Out and about
- Sreesanth, Jiju Janardhan lived in independently booked rooms: Cops
- India to convey concerns over Ladakh incursion to Chinese Premier
- IPL 2013 LIVE SCORE: Imperious Azhar Mahmood powers KXIP to 183
- Rajapaksa slams Tamil diaspora for lack of support in reconciliation process
- 5 differently abled orphan girls beaten, raped in Jaipur residential school
From this afternoon, The Bar at the Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Santacruz, will serve a selection of the finest beers from around the world for a Beerfest that will continue till October 7. More than 18 types of beer such as the Belgian beers Chimay and Duvel, the Italian Peroni and the Chinese Tsing Tao, will be served during the event.
At The Bar, Grand Hyatt Mumbai, Santacruz (East), till October 7, 3 pm to 1.30 am
Music for Change
Live From the Console, one of the city's most popular live music events at Mehboob Studio, Bandra, collaborates with Playing for Change for the second time, for a gig featuring Rachel Varghese, Vivek Rajagopalan and Vivienne Pocha, this evening. Originally an American non-profit organisation dedicated to providing music and arts education around the world, Playing for Change now has a presence in various parts of the world.
At Mehboob Studio, Bandra, today, 7 pm onwards
Mumbai over the Years
Set over 25 years, Me, Kash and Cruise is the story of three 'Bombayites' who attempt to deal with the city's constantly changing social, political and civic landscape, and are confronted by the riots of 1992, the moral police and Himesh Reshammiya. A Rage group production, the play has been written and directed by Rahul Da Cunha.
At Prithvi Theatre, Juhu, September 22 and 23, 6 pm and 9 pm
- Destitute, orphan students outclass rest in Andhra Class 10 exams
- To re-energise ties, PM wants to visit US, waits for confirmation
- NIA court says no terror link, frees 'Hizbul militant' Liyaqat on bail
- CBI arrests its coal allotments investigator on bribery charge
- ‘Cricketer-bookie Amit may have used Jiju to reach Sree’
- BCCI chief N Srinivasan says police must prove spot-fixing allegations