Vol 9 Issue 9, Feb 23, 2018 - Mar 01, 2018.


  • Unsung cops

    Unsung cops

    Women police in Jammu and Kashmir feel discriminated and neglected at home even as one from their force, now with the UN in Afghanistan, has won an international award, says Shazia Yousuf
      Posted    03-Nov-2014    Vol 5 Issue 44
  • Folks and music

    Folks and music

    In Meghalaya, where high voltage music reigns, Rida Gatphoh’s ‘The Musical Folks’ touches the heart of listeners with traditional notes, inspired by nature and wildlife, says Ninglun Hanghal
      Posted    27-Oct-2014    Vol 5 Issue 43
  • Sweet Diwali

    Sweet Diwali

    As Diwali sweetness is spread around, traditional Indian sweets, despite shortcomings, have managed to hold on in a market, invaded by chocolates, pastries and cookies, says Rahul Vaishnavi
      Posted    18-Oct-2014    Vol 5 Issue 42
  • Kom inspires

    Kom inspires

    Mary Kom has inspired many more. No, not young women to learn boxing but film makers to shoot biopic on sports stars, thanks to the success of the Priyanka Chopra starrer, says Sugandha Rawal
      Posted    11-Oct-2014    Vol 5 Issue 41
  • Tibetan idol

    Tibetan idol

    The Dalai Lama, who is active even at the age of 79, giving sermons and hobnobbing with world leaders, believes that he will be able to return to Tibet in his life time, says Vishal Gulati
      Posted    11-Oct-2014    Vol 5 Issue 41
  • Fast and furious

    Fast and furious

    She has been on a fast for 14 years because she is furious about a law that affects the people of Manipur. Excerpts from Kishalay Bhattacharjee’s book, ‘Che in Paona Bazaar’, on Iron Sharmila
      Posted    2014/10/11    Vol 5 Issue 41
  • New print

    New print

    A lifestyle magazine in Braille ‘White Print’ with stories on travel, fashion and food has been launched, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose who speaks to the magazine’s founder editor Upasana Makati
      Posted    2014/10/04    Vol 5 Issue 40
  • London dreams

    London dreams

    Experts working at restoring the 230-year-old Writers’ Building in Kolkata plan to remove the layers of paint and cement rendered over the red bricks of the Victorian era, says Sahana Ghosh
      Posted    2014/10/04    Vol 5 Issue 40
  • People's Auto

    People's Auto

    A private operator in Chennai has introduced a fleet of autos offering not only high-tech service, but employing many women drivers providing them with a lucrative livelihood, says Hema Vijay
      Posted    2014/10/04    Vol 5 Issue 40
  • History's wonder

    History's wonder

    Cu Chi Tunnels, dug with peasant’s ingenuity, enabled Vietnamese guerrillas counter the US onslaughts in the 1960s. Now it is maintained as a war memorial, says Vikas Datta after a peek
      Posted    2014/09/29    Vol 5 Issue 39
  • Farm lessons

    Farm lessons

    A residential agricultural school in Chhattisgarh is training tribal children on farming that a 16-year-old girl now drives the tractor and hopes to work independently, says Sarada Lahangir
      Posted    22-Sep-2014    Vol 5 Issue 38
  • Hill couture

    Hill couture

    Fashion designers from the North East rummage through the hills’ ethnic wardrobes to infuse haute couture with traditional designs and fabrics of the 220 tribes, says Karishma Saurabh Kalita
      Posted    22-Sep-2014    Vol 5 Issue 38
  • Kom and Manipur

    Kom and Manipur

    As a regular visitor to Manipur and a life-long film buff, Syeda Hameed was enthralled by the Hindi film, Mary Kom. The film celebrates the spirit of Manipur, the triumph of gender, she says
      Posted    13-Sep-2014    Vol 5 Issue 37
  • Ramp's warmth

    Ramp's warmth

    However chill it is out there at the border or diplomatic meets, Pakistani designers felt the warmth of India at the Lakme Fashion Week, displaying their creations, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    30-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 35
  • Fading stars

    Fading stars

    Malayalam cinema is changing as the three reigning superstars lose out on the popularity stakes to new comers and Tamil films are capturing the imagination of the audience, says Sanu George
      Posted    30-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 35
  • Smart mobility

    Smart mobility

    It is good times for Indian telecom companies in the next three years when online market will explode with smartphone users growing six times and buying five times more content, says a study
      Posted    25-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 34
  • Delhi's allure

    Delhi's allure

    Youth from the North East find in New Delhi a job destination. ‘If on one hand the capital spells fear and unease, on the other it offers hope and prosperity,’ they tell Natalia Ningthoujam
      Posted    16-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 33
  • Ho! To school

    Ho! To school

    Girls from Kolha tribe in Odisha are going to school, thanks to the efforts to teach them in their mother tongue, Ho, instead of Odiya. Rakhi Ghosh checks out the scheme that helps enrolment
      Posted    09-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 32
  • True learning

    True learning

    The Class Readiness Programme, ushered in by Haryana government in its schools, is a revolutionary step aimed at educating children through field trips. Jaideep Sarin has the story
      Posted    09-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 32
  • Kabaddi time

    Kabaddi time

    The rustic game of Kabaddi has captured the imagination of urban elite. Two leagues have come up that will not only augur well for the game but also for Indian sports. Abhishek Roy reports
      Posted    09-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 32
  • Cutoff woes

    Cutoff woes

    The emphasis on cut off marks just shows that the educational system is broken somewhere, celebrity author Chetan Bhagat told Nivedita adding that college cutoffs should not bog down students
      Posted    04-Aug-2014    Vol 5 Issue 31
  • Going places

    Going places

    From an obscure village in Odhisha, Arati Devi took the Indian rural perspective to the US when she met President Obama recently. Rakhi Ghosh retraces the young sarpanch’s political journey
      Posted    26-Jul-2014    Vol 5 Issue 30
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