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


  • Interpreter is back

    Interpreter is back

    Pulitzer prize winning author Jhumpa Lahiri’s latest book, ‘The Lowland’, is about three generations of women, touching on the frisson between Indian characters and America, says Harsh A Desai
      Posted    04-Oct-2013    Vol 4 Issue 40
  • Royal show

    Royal show

    Ujjayanta Palace, northeast India’s biggest royal mansion, now showcases the art, culture, history and tradition of the region as it has been converted into a museum, says Sujit Chakraborty
      Posted    27-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 39
  • African Indians

    African Indians

    Ketaki Sheth takes a peek into the invisible life of Siddis, who are of African descent, through a set of 65 black-and-white photographs, now on display at the National Gallery of Modern Art
      Posted    27-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 39
  • Historic work

    Historic work

    Refurbishing Humayun’s tomb in Delhi was an arduous job that took six years. Restoring the historic site to its original glory was fraught with challenges like plugging seepage in the dome
      Posted    20-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 38
  • Border breach

    Border breach

    Blending cuisines, cultures and architectures of India and Pakistan, a young Punjabi has come up with Sarhad, a complex near the border, serving more than good food. Jaideep Sarin was there
      Posted    20-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 38
  • Hot hangout

    Hot hangout

    Stu-C is Punjab University’s hotspot, a popular hangout since 1960s. Housing one of the oldest coffee shop, it draws students even now and evokes nostalgia among older ones, says Mannat Mundi
      Posted    13-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 37
  • Gooseberry bloom

    Gooseberry bloom

    To save the gooseberry she fought malnutrition and helped farmers and women find livelihood. Rakesh Kumar meets Sarla Lakhawat whose prescription has brought prosperity to Anta in Rajasthan
      Posted    13-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 37
  • Nature’s gift

    Nature’s gift

    Visit Shivpuri, a summer resort of the Scindia rulers, to soak in nature’s beauty and also marvel at the architectural wonders, says Azera Parveen Rahman, listing the places one must not miss
      Posted    06-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 36
  • Floating homes

    Floating homes

    A 15-minute boat ride through the Poovar River took Sanu George to a resort where there were a row of floating cottages and a floating restaurant. The place is 20 km from Thiruvananthapuram
      Posted    02-Sep-2013    Vol 4 Issue 35
  • Luxe redefined

    Luxe redefined

    Child birth in the lap of luxury is the latest as Labour-Delivery-Recovery suites, costing a lakh for three days, are hired by couples, for whom comfort is the key, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    30-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 35
  • School of hope

    School of hope

    The fisherfolk of Appikonda in Andhra Pradesh pin their hope on a primary school with 72 students. Pamela Philipose explains the community dynamics that keeps education at a faraway horizon
      Posted    30-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 35
  • Beyond books

    Beyond books

    Deftly blending academics with social action programmes, Periyar Maniammai University has proved that the local community too can be taught skills they can use. P C Vinoj Kumar checks it out
      Posted    30-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 35
  • Beyond pain

    Beyond pain

    For the six girls of Ahmedabad, painting is catharsis. Mentored by Vasudha Thozhur, these survivors of the 2002 riots have displayed their work in an art exhibition, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    23-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 34
  • Kitchen call

    Kitchen call

    The ‘Snack Attack’ host, who followed his passion against family wishes, wants the media to highlight the passion and labour in cooking, and not glamourise the chef, says Natalia Ningthoujam
      Posted    23-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 34
  • An uphill task

    An uphill task

    A concerted effort is on to popularise mountain biking among white-collar workers of big cities. As training sessions and events are being organized the response is good, says Vishal Gulati
      Posted    09-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 32
  • The teacher

    The teacher

    Asiya Zahoor is a born teacher. First she taught the flowers in her garden, then kids, and now college students. But her goal always was to educate poor Kashmiri children, says Shazia Yousuf
      Posted    09-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 32
  • Melody queen

    Melody queen

    Singer Shreya Ghoshal has come a long way since she won a musical talent show on TV. Today she is a top celebrity, and her voice is being compared to Lata Mangeshkar’s, says Santosh Mehta
      Posted    02-Aug-2013    Vol 4 Issue 31
  • Righting a wrong

    Righting a wrong

    The unanimous decision of the UPA government and the Congress Working Committee to grant statehood to Telangana sets right a historic blunder committed by Nehru 57 years ago, says Sam Rajappa
      Posted    31 Jul 2013    Vol 4 Issue 30
  • Campus voice

    Campus voice

    Campus radio’s popularity has caught up over the decade and there are about 100 such stations whose reach go beyond their campuses. Jamia Millia Islamia’s radio is one, says Shradha Chettri
      Posted    26-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 30
  • Reach high

    Reach high

    Visiting Leh is an experience. At an altitude of 11,000 feet, amid snow-capped mountains the visitor gets to wake up to an azure sky and savour every little moment, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    26-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 30
  • Lost and found

    Lost and found

    In a first of its kind initiative to rehabilitate lost children, Delhi Police has launched ‘Operation Khoj.’ They have already managed to reunite 722 children with their parents, says Alok Singh
      Posted    19-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 29
  • Holistic health

    Holistic health

    A visit to the famous Kottakal Arya Vaidya Sala in Kerala confirms Syeda Hameed’s faith in India’s indigenous systems of medicine as she finds that health is the only mantra at the hospital
      Posted    12-Jul-2013    Vol 4 Issue 28
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