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Vol 6 Issue 12, Mar 20 - 26, 2015
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Sweat to shine
Sweat to shine

Unless you are passionate about your craft, you cannot stay put in Bollywood, says Katrina Kaif, in an interview to Natalia Ningthoujam, talking about her struggles, triumphs and other stars 

  Posted    23-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 12
Star designer
Star designer

After a tryst with films, Tamannaah Bhatia is into jewellery design. At the Lakme Fashion Week, where she also walked the ramp, she spoke to Nivedita about her jewellery brand White and Gold

  Posted    23-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 12
Adieu Vinod
Adieu Vinod

No funeral of a journalist saw such a turnout, says Saeed Naqvi, paying tributes to editor par excellence, Vinod Mehta, who is credited with the launch of a slew of publications and much more

  Posted    16-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 11
Parking problems
Parking problems

Chandigarh’s three-decade-old Sunday car bazaar, which has helped many in north India own a vehicle, is in trouble as the dealers are on a collision course with authorities, says Jaideep Sarin

  Posted    16-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 11
Flight of fantasy
Flight of fantasy

A bakery worker’s daughter, Syeda Salva Fatima pursued her dream and became the first Muslim woman in India to get a pilot’s licence. But for a job she needs more training, which she’s determined to undergo despite odds, says Mohammed Shafeeq

  Posted    16-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 11
Saving heritage
Saving heritage

An expert team from the International Committee on Fortifications and Military Heritage that visited Punjab recently has recommended a restoration plan for the State’s forts, says Jaideep Sarin

  Posted    02-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 9
Turbaned hero
Turbaned hero

A new superhero is in town. Super Sikh, the brainchild of Oakland-based writer Eileen Alden and Silicon Valley executive, Supreet Singh Manchada, wears no mask or tights, but a turban instead

  Posted    02-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 9
Young and naive
Young and naive

Kayla Mueller, a young aid worker, was recently killed by the IS in Syria. Elayne Clift warns young idealists of the dangers of entering a war-torn-country without training and an exit plan

  Posted    02-Mar-2015    Vol 6 Issue 9
Hockey district
Hockey district

In Odisha’s Sundargarh district, there are too many aspirants for Indian hockey team. Boys and girls troop out with heavy bags every morning to play a game of hockey. Rakhi Ghosh checks out

  Posted    23-Feb-2015    Vol 6 Issue 8
Bikers and women
Bikers and women

As the India Bike Week kicks off in Goa, Mayabhushan Navenkar looks at the biking scene with particular reference to women and finds out that Indians are blazing the roads across continents

  Posted    23-Feb-2015    Vol 6 Issue 8
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