Vol 8 Issue 47, Nov 17, 2017 - Nov 23, 2017.

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  • Spine after injury

    Spine after injury

    There is a full life even after a spinal injury. This is the crux of the book, ‘No looking Back – A True Story’, by Shivani Gupta, who narrates her counseling among injured women. An excerpt
      Posted    01-Mar-2014    Vol 5 Issue 9
  • City survivors

    City survivors

    In the din of Delhi traffic, the Rajasthani Banjaras, who sell their wares from their tents on the pavements, hardly get noticed. But they too have their own aspirations, says Anuradha Dutt
      Posted    22-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 8
  • Framed forever

    Framed forever

    Photographer Media Ramu captures some of the memorable moments from The Weekend Leader – VIT Chennai Person of the Year Award Function held at VIT Chennai. The Award went to Balasaheb Darade
      Posted    19-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 7
  • Daughter dearest

    Daughter dearest

    In her book, 'Past Perfect: Letters to Aditi', dedicated to her daughter, Anna Varughese has chronicled her incredible journey battling a debilitating health condition, says Shwetha E George
      Posted    01-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 5
  • Made for Mandela

    Made for Mandela

    South Africa based Indian-origin producer of ‘Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom’ hopes that the Indian audience would love his film that has emerged as the highest grossing biopic in South Africa
      Posted    01-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 5
  • Fiery trail

    Fiery trail

    Most British-era heritage buildings in Shimla are in bad shape. Many buildings have been destroyed in fire. Gorton Castle, an iconic structure caught fire early this week, says Vishal Gulati
      Posted    01-Feb-2014    Vol 5 Issue 5
  • Restive youth

    Restive youth

    The youth of northeastern states resent the lack of development in their region as they go elsewhere in the country seeking jobs or to escape the threat of violence, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    25-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 4
  • Now cooking

    Now cooking

    What's brewing in the kitchens of star hotels in India? Venkatachari Jagannathan finds out that Indians are replacing expats as chefs after gaining adequate expertise in major global cuisines
      Posted    17-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 3
  • Beyond literature

    Beyond literature

    The 17th century Diggi Palace, venue for Jaipur Literature Festival, has been hosting writers and book lovers since 2006 by offering them more than heritage and royal food, says Shilpa Raina
      Posted    17-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 3
  • Pictures perfect

    Pictures perfect

    Tribal women fight for basic rights all over the world. Some photos by Jason Taylor, with Joanna Eede's text, tells us inspiring stories of women who make a difference to their communities
      Posted    17-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 3
  • Whistling women

    Whistling women

    More Indian women are breaking into the once male preserve of soccer referees, says Abhishek Roy. But the challenge is on how they handle men's matches, confides a woman referee from Chennai
      Posted    11-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 2
  • Barefoot chefs

    Barefoot chefs

    The cooks who dish out lip-smacking traditional food in Old Delhi remain unsung, laments Mohd Asim Khan as he checks out with those barefoot chefs the history and secrets of Mughalai cuisine
      Posted    11-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 2
  • Purge the toxins

    Purge the toxins

    Fitness expert Deanne Panday herself struggled to lose weight due to body toxins. She makes many such revelations in her book ' Shut Up and Train-A Complete Fitness Guide For Men and Women'
      Posted    11-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 2
  • Native nutrients

    Native nutrients

    Identification of 66 uncultivated food in the tribal belt of Rayagada in Odisha, notorious for malnourishment, helped women provide the right nutrition for family members, says Sarada Lahangir
      Posted    04-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 1
  • Back in Place

    Back in Place

    Residents of Delhi are heaving a sigh of relief. No, not because a new government has taken charge but because Connaught Place has regained its glory after years of digging, defacing, detours
      Posted    04-Jan-2014    Vol 5 Issue 1
  • Twinkling stars

    Twinkling stars

    While Bollywood actresses like Deepika Padukone surprised the audiences with their performances this year, others impressed with their finesse in non-commercial outings, says Radhika Bhirani
      Posted    28-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 52
  • Headline grabbers

    Headline grabbers

    With authors making interesting revelations, non-fiction spanning a variety of genres grabbed most news headlines this year, says Shilpa Raina, who lists some of the successful titles of 2013
      Posted    28-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 52
  • Winning moments

    Winning moments

    PV Sindhu’s bronze medal at the World Badminton Championship and Leander Paes’ victory at the US Open with his Czech partner in the men’s doubles were the high points of Indian sports in 2013
      Posted    28-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 52
  • Unveiling talent

    Unveiling talent

    With encouragement from parents, Muslim girls are converging at Jamia Millia Islamia, the 92-year-old central university in New Delhi, to give shape to their dreams. They are confident of their skills and hungry for success, says Meha Mathur
      Posted    28-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 52
  • Changing lives

    Changing lives

    A food major's corporate social responsibility coupled with women self help groups has brought about a change in the lives of villagers in Gujarat's Kutch district. Shilpa Raina checks it out
      Posted    20-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 51
  • A mixed year

    A mixed year

    In a year that saw Bollywood releasing over 166 films, 'Chennai Express' did a record collection of Rs. 216 crore and four other films joined the Rs.100 crore club, says Uma Ramasubramanian
      Posted    20-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 51
  • Selling emotions

    Selling emotions

    Advertisers are adopting a new technique to sell products. Giving examples, Nivedita tracks the trend, in which a Rs 36,200 crore advertisement industry uses emotions to connect with consumers
      Posted    13-Dec-2013    Vol 4 Issue 50
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