Vol 11 Issue 13, Mar 27, 2020 - Apr 02, 2020.


  • Delicious bites

    Delicious bites

    You could try everything from pork to chicken, to prawn with tofu and the stir fried duck at Buddha Bites, located near former Indian cricket captain Sourav Ganguly’s house, says Debdoot Das 
      Posted    01-Aug-2016    Vol 7 Issue 31
  • Bike delivery

    Bike delivery

    In the jungles of Chhattisgarh, pregnant women have found a knight in shining armour in the motorcycle ambulance rider, who is rushing them to the hospital saving lives. Ashish Mishra reports
      Posted    01-Aug-2016    Vol 7 Issue 31
  • Women guides

    Women guides

    Not many know that women guides came to the tourism scene in India back in 1970s itself. Elsa Mathews delves into the world of female tourist guides, who are also guiding their own destinies
      Posted    23-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 30
  • Gracefully grow

    Gracefully grow

    Social contacts and an ability to adjust to changed circumstances, like a decline in physical and cognitive abilities, are crucial for aged, says geriatric expert Rudi Westendorp in his book
      Posted    23-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 30
  • Backhand returns

    Backhand returns

    In the book, ‘Ace against Odds’, Sania Mirza and Imran Mirza narrate the struggles of the ace tennis player outside the court, particularly a painful fight to keep an intrusive media at bay
      Posted    23-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 30
  • Raconteur's role

    Raconteur's role

    When reading a novel is not an in-thing or seen as an inspirational exercise, a study suggests that exploring the inner lives of fictional characters can help form ideas about others’ minds
      Posted    23-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 30
  • Poop to paper

    Poop to paper

    The father-daughter duo of Mahesh and Nisha Bora is making paper from elephant and rhino poop, which is helping in the conservation of the one-horned rhinos in Assam, says Azera Parveen Rahman
      Posted    18-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 29
  • On right track

    On right track

    One of India’s medal hopes and bronze medal winner at the last Olympics, badminton star Saina Nehwal appears truly confident and tells Abhishek Purohit that she’s a go-getter and likes to win
      Posted    18-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 29
  • Launch pad

    Launch pad

    In a freewheeling interview to Nishant Arora, Amit Phadnis, India Site Leader, Cisco, shared what the company proposed to do through Launchpad, an open innovation initiative to help startups
      Posted    09-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 28
  • Skill support

    Skill support

    Devastated by a super cyclone in 1999, women in Odisha’s Jagatsinghpur district got back to their feet by getting back to weaving artefacts from kaincha, a local wild grass, says Rakhi Ghosh
      Posted    04-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 27
  • Mango makes it

    Mango makes it

    The US is picking up 1,200 tonnes of mangoes from India, thanks to Karnataka that has managed to pass the stringent standards for export. Though the order came late, delivery will be prompt
      Posted    04-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 27
  • Virat's responsibility

    Virat's responsibility

    There is no substitute for working hard towards what you want to achieve, says Virat Kohli. He tells Sugandha Rawal that being a role model is a huge responsibility as it affects many people
      Posted    04-Jul-2016    Vol 7 Issue 27
  • Deco's gameplan

    Deco's gameplan

    Portuguese footballer Deco has an advice to improve the game in India. Starting with futsal, a variant of the game played indoors, can help children with the skills, he tells Aritra Chowdhury
      Posted    25-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 26
  • Women friendly

    Women friendly

    The need to innovate women-friendly agricultural equipment is being given priority as men from rural areas are migrating to cities. Imran Khan reports on the government proposals on the front
      Posted    25-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 26
  • Food challenges

    Food challenges

    Though pulses, millets and a host of other crops that were once treated as orphans have been adopted to combat hunger, feeding everyone on earth remains a global challenge, says Kevin Tiessen
      Posted    18-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 25
  • Prison play

    Prison play

    Multi-faceted dancer Alokananda Roy uses arts, especially traditional dance and music, to change lives. Sujit Bhar reports on how she has harnessed the histrionic talents of prison convicts
      Posted    18-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 25
  • Digital revolution

    Digital revolution

    An educative initiative using internet has transformed the lives of women in Rajasthan’s Dholpur district, helping them gain knowledge and also raise their social status, says Somrita Ghosh
      Posted    18-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 25
  • Nostalgic ride

    Nostalgic ride

    A last vestige of colonial era, an antique train with wooden coaches still chugs on India’s only private railway line in Maharashtra. Narendra Kaushik traces the journey of Shakuntala Express
      Posted    18-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 25
  • War memorial

    War memorial

    To keep alive memories of the 1971 Liberation War of Bangladesh, the Tripura government has built a park, Bharat-Bangladesh Maitri Udyan that also has a war museum. Sujit Chakraborty reports
      Posted    11-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 24
  • Banking on future

    Banking on future

    Former banker Naina Lal Kidwai envisages the banking system emerging strong from the crisis triggered by bad loans and bad exposures like Kingfisher episode, in an interview to Meghna Mittal
      Posted    11-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 24
  • Balladeer's wail

    Balladeer's wail

    Pure art is not being attempted anywhere, says singer Rabbi Shergill to Sugandha Rawal. The urban balladeer, who shot to fame with “Bulla ki jaana”, laments art being replaced by entertainment
      Posted    04-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 23
  • People's officers

    People's officers

    Changing public perceptions about IAS officers, young bureaucrats in Uttar Pradesh are charting a new course by reaching out to the common people and solving their problems, says Mohit Dubey
      Posted    04-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 23
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