Vol 9 Issue 42, Oct 12, 2018 - Oct 18, 2018.


  • Point blank

    Point blank

    Child reporters of Mukta Akash, a unique newspaper in Assam, are bringing about a change by raising social issues in a way more effective than journalists. Azera Parveen Rahman checks it out
      Posted    24-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 21
  • Music forever

    Music forever

    Indian Ocean, a band that has completed nearly 25 years, continues to make music though musicians have been changing. Natalia Ningthoujam tracks its history that include about 900 live shows
      Posted    17-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 20
  • Black and white

    Black and white

    Prajnya, a women’s group, has launched ‘The First Graduate’, an initiative that resurrects history from family albums by digitalizing photographs of pre-2000 women graduates, says Hema Vijay
      Posted    17-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 20
  • Sand and women

    Sand and women

    Another male bastion was stormed by four Odisha women when they took part in the International Sand Art Festival on a beach near Konark. Rakhi Ghosh meets the sand sculptors, Sonali Muduli, Ananya Kar, Amrita Priyadarshani and Sumitra Sahu
      Posted    17-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 20
  • Kind roses

    Kind roses

    The entire profit from Wild Rose Design Studio in Chennai goes to charity. Kirthi Jayakumar meets the founders, Divya and Ritu Jhaveri, who refuse to change their mind in giving it all away
      Posted    10-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 19
  • Teen work

    Teen work

    It is perhaps a secret kept under soap bubbles. Many of the stars of Hindi soap operas that dominate prime time television are teenagers. But they love their work, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    10-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 19
  • Wonderful weavers

    Wonderful weavers

    A visit to Mangalagiri in Andhra Pradesh leaves Sudhamahi Regunathan marveling at the hard work and skill of weavers, bringing to life intricate designs and rich colours in the eponymous sari
      Posted    03-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 18
  • A cat fight

    A cat fight

    Two women activists join politics to get into an electoral fight for the Bengaluru South constituency. Pushpa Achanta looks at the contest between Ruth Manorama of JD(S) and Nina Nayak of AAP
      Posted    03-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 18
  • Green story

    Green story

    After Smile Pinki, documentary film maker Megan Mylan has celebrated the success story of Monika Barman of Cooch Behar. Aditi Bishnoi tells us about the documentary, ‘After My Garden Grows’
      Posted    03-May-2014    Vol 5 Issue 18
  • Women candidates

    Women candidates

    In a Maoist stronghold where people are told to boycott elections, two women are running for the Lok Sabha. Sarada Lahangir visits the area to tell the story of Soni Sori and Dayamani Barla
      Posted    26-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 17
  • Home care

    Home care

    An ICU at your home at one third of the cost of hospital stay is what you now get from some companies in Delhi. Rupesh Dutta checks out the many facilities that come with such home services
      Posted    26-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 17
  • Knitting style

    Knitting style

    With the hand knitting style of Peruvian women as weft and her own creativity as warp, Devika Dass has woven her own label, earning accolades in the fashion world. Smitha Sadanandan reports
      Posted    2014/04/21    Vol 5 Issue 16
  • Target Jarawa

    Target Jarawa

    As the Jarawa tribe depletes, several efforts are on to protect them. The latest is a training centre in Port Blair to find solutions to questions that emerge from the field, says Anurag Dey
      Posted    21-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 16
  • Tribal travails

    Tribal travails

    Problems of Sahariya tribals in Madya Pradesh are multifarious. At a resettlement colony housing those displaced by a dam, there is despair. There is also hope, as Pamela Philipose finds out
      Posted    21-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 16
  • Different women

    Different women

    For the Lok Sabha elections, AAP had nominated 57 women, the highest percentage by any party. Smita Deodhar profiles two of them from Mumbai – a qualified top banker and a courageous crusader
      Posted    12-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 15
  • Beyond street

    Beyond street

    Street theatre has been dumbed down of late due to the misuse of the artistic medium for political propaganda, says Sahana Ghosh, who sees corruption creeping in due to such commercialization
      Posted    12-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 15
  • Jump moment

    Jump moment

    In Rishikesh you can also go for bungee jumping, which Gokul Bhagabati did and found himself hanging upside down over the River Hyul. His trainer, Suzanne’s advice was: Just savour the moment
      Posted    12-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 15
  • Picture perfect

    Picture perfect

    Maker of over 15 documentaries, Tiainla Jamir tells tales from Northeast. ‘Going the Distance’, a story of a HIV positive woman, is just a proof that she is on a mission, says Santosh Mehta
      Posted    05-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 14
  • Earn and learn

    Earn and learn

    Some Chennai women impart education to their house maids, who were otherwise deprived of schooling for various reasons. Kirthi Jayakumar tells us how Kani learnt the three R’s against odds
      Posted    05-Apr-2014    Vol 5 Issue 14
  • First handshake

    First handshake

    As India’s first woman Chief of Protocol, a key diplomatic job, Ruchira Kamboj handled 250 incoming VVIP visits. She is now leaving for Paris as the Ambassador at UNESCO, says Tripti Nath
      Posted    29-Mar-2014    Vol 5 Issue 13
  • Pins and princess

    Pins and princess

    A princess from Kuwait has come down to India to learn acupuncture though traditional medicine is not allowed in her country because she believes in its curative power. Quaid Najmi meets her
      Posted    29-Mar-2014    Vol 5 Issue 13
  • Pink ride

    Pink ride

    ‘Gulabi Autos’ in Ranchi are not just a mode of transportation. It is about women’s empowerment. It provides security not just for the women passengers but also the drivers, says Saadia Azim
      Posted    22-Mar-2014    Vol 5 Issue 12
  • Thursday, October 18, 2018