Vol 8 Issue 51, Dec 15, 2017 - Dec 21, 2017.


  • 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
  • Just desserts

    Just desserts

    Chef Namrata Sanwal has come up with a menu for The Park to help food aficionados indulge in fruity delights that will serve as coolers with the mercury continuing to soar, says Ankit Sinha
      Posted    04-Jun-2016    Vol 7 Issue 23
  • Street songs

    Street songs

    The video, The Roadside Ustaad, which has gone viral, runs for just six minutes. But to shoot it, Sonu Nigam, dressed as an old man in shoddy clothes, played on Mumbai streets for many hours
      Posted    30-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 22
  • Savour history

    Savour history

    A visit to Thailand, too, can give you the pleasure of sovouring history.  World Heritage site Ayutthaya, 80 km from Bangkok, was a global centre of economics and trade, says Aroonim Bhuyan
      Posted    30-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 22
  • Knowledge link

    Knowledge link

    Barefoot health workers in Uttar Pradesh turned life coaches, guiding families on a range of issues by gaining knowledge from experts and sharing their experience with them, says Mehru Jaffer
      Posted    30-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 22
  • Save for ever

    Save for ever

    Your wedding outfit needs to be preserved to keep memories alive. Designer Lalit Dalmia gives you tips on how to go about it, starting with dry cleaning the dress immediately after the event
      Posted    30-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 22
  • To cut or not

    To cut or not

    The crisis-ridden realty sector is in the horns of a dilemma: to cut prices or not. Vinod Behl analyses the piquant situation and says that sales will gain momentum with the prices firming up
      Posted    21-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 21
  • Save Mahseer

    Save Mahseer

    Now it is fish conservation. The Himachal Pradesh government has launched a scheme to save the golden mahseer, which is hunted for sport and food, from going extinct. Vishal Gulati reports
      Posted    21-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 21
  • Women in business

    Women in business

    In an excerpt from ‘Womentre- preneurs: Inspiring Stories of Success’, Manisha Gupta, who grew amidst discussions on business but was kept out of decisions as she was a girl, shares her story
      Posted    16-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 20
  • Slum business

    Slum business

    Visiting Dharavi, a journalist, Megha Gupta found a potential for business in the congested slum. Today, through her website craftsmen sell their products directly, says Anuradha Shukla
      Posted    16-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 20
  • Shahnaz shares

    Shahnaz shares

    To keep your skin glowing and hair lustrous this summer, well known beauty expert Shahnaz Husain shares a few tips like intake of enough water, fruits and fluids. Read on to keep yourself cool
      Posted    16-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 20
  • Love in south

    Love in south

    Fashionista Nishka Lulla, who recently launched a new collection, tells Natalia Ningthoujam what she really likes about working in down south and her special love for styling Kanjeevaram saris 
      Posted    09-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 19
  • Russia beckons

    Russia beckons

    Russia wants to bolster tourism ties with India and believes that Bollywood can attract tourists to their country if more of its films are shot there. Mayabhushan Nagvenkar reports from Moscow 
      Posted    09-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 19
  • Outsider's outrage

    Outsider's outrage

    Bollywood is a big risk, says actress Swara Bhaskar, who was an outsider with no links when she made her debut in 2010 with ‘Madholal Keep Walking.’ She tells Durga Chakravarty her struggles
      Posted    02-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 18
  • Stitching success

    Stitching success

    Woman Chikan artists of Lucknow have surged ahead in business, despite lecherous bankers, thanks to Shangraha that trains them in design and also links them up with buyers, says Mehru Jaffer
      Posted    02-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 18
  • A trek forward

    A trek forward

    Scenic Uttarakhand that was losing tourists after the devastating floods three years ago has turned to trekking to boost footfalls. Mohit Dubey on the trekking routes that are considered safe
      Posted    02-May-2016    Vol 7 Issue 18
  • Sunday, December 17, 2017