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


  • Words to pix

    Words to pix

    Acclaimed writer William Dalrymple, who has published a collection of his photographs as book, ‘The Writer’s Eye’, tells Mudita Girotra that writing is intellectual and photography emotional
      Posted    11-Apr-2016    Vol 7 Issue 15
  • Summer care

    Summer care

    Cosmetologist Preethi Seth identifies a handful of kitchen material that can prevent one from getting tanned this scorching summer. You can try these easy remedies at the comfort of your home
      Posted    11-Apr-2016    Vol 7 Issue 15
  • A stylist's take

    A stylist's take

    Tamil actor Vijay sports three looks in his next film ‘Theri’, says his designer and stylist Komal Shahani, who feels that the star has the ability to easily mould into any look with panache
      Posted    11-Apr-2016    Vol 7 Issue 15
  • Next challenge

    Next challenge

    After attacking alcohol by enforcing a partial prohibition, Bihar government is now all set to attack alcoholism. It has set up 39 de-addiction centres with qualified doctors, says Imran Khan
      Posted    04-Apr-2016    Vol 7 Issue 14
  • Radioing change

    Radioing change

    Using community radio, activists in remote villages are ushering in changes. In Odisha the fight was against an age-old taboo not letting women to enter betel vine fields, says Ankush Vats
      Posted    04-Apr-2016    Vol 7 Issue 14
  • Taste of India

    Taste of India

    Tickling Ghanaian taste buds with Indian cuisine is Surinder Kaur Cheema who went to help her farmer husband in 1974. Now she owns restaurants and caters to diplomats, says Francis Kokutse
      Posted    29-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 13
  • Out of fashion

    Out of fashion

    A designer for 25 years, Rohit Bal laments that fun has gone out of fashion, turning it ruthless and competitive. "Everything has changed. I've seen it all happen and start,’ he told Nivedita
      Posted    29-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 13
  • Healer robots

    Healer robots

    Robotic surgeries, which are popular in India with 30 health facilities performing 4000 high-end procedures in 2015 alone, should be taken to the masses by governments, says Nishant Arora  
      Posted    21-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 12
  • Exodus dammed

    Exodus dammed

    A NGO’s effort to build dams in a rain shadow region in Maharashtra stopped the annual exodus of people in search of livelihood elsewhere. Sameena Dalwai tells the Manndeshi success story
      Posted    21-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 12
  • Wheels on rent

    Wheels on rent

    From bicycles to superbikes to luxury cars, you can take on rent your dream vehicle from a Hyderabad-based company that now plans to set shop in six other Indian cities, says Mohammed Shafeeq
      Posted    14-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 11
  • Kindling khadi

    Kindling khadi

    Khadi needs to be pushed to a level beyond the ‘heritage’ and ‘fashion statement’ branding to widen its appeal, the head of Moral Fibre Fabrics that supplies khadi to Hollywood tells Nivedita
      Posted    14-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 11
  • Cleaning wins

    Cleaning wins

    Chandigarh’s inability to collect, segregate and dispose solid waste daily impelled it to lose the cleanest city status to Mysore, which has a greater citizen participation, says Manu Moudgil
      Posted    14-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 11
  • Born bad?

    Born bad?

    Is it all in the genes? Baddies are born rather than made, say some researchers in Canada, while others say that the growth environment of an individual too plays a role, says Nishant Arora 
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  •  Woman's tales

    Woman's tales

    Easterine Kire took refuge in stories and storytelling from the gun battles, night ambushes and aggression in Nagaland. Ninglun Hanghal profiles the woman who has penned 25 books since 1982  
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  • Ills of Ilizarov

    Ills of Ilizarov

    Ilizarov surgery is being done since 1950s to fix infected non-union of bones. But its misuse for cosmetic purposes, to gain height, is causing concern, say Rupesh Dutta and Nishant Arora
      Posted    07-Mar-2016    Vol 7 Issue 10
  • Driving ahead

    Driving ahead

    Women suffering abuse at home and workplace have managed to steer their way out and hit the road of independence and prosperity thanks to Humsafar, an NGO launched by activist Arundhati Dhuru
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Summer special

    Summer special

    Well-known herbal beauty expert, Shahnaz Husain warns us against ultraviolet rays and gives tips to protect the skin from suntan, sunburn, using moisturising and sunscreen creams effectively
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Treatment & spa

    Treatment & spa

    You might have heard of spa treatment but now you can visit a spa if you are on treatment at this hospital in Kochi. Sanu George finds out how Elizabeth Chacko opened her spa at Aster Medcity
      Posted    29-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 9
  • Storming celluloid

    Storming celluloid

    Infusing life into popular Hindi music by giving it a Bollywood spin has now become a trend, says Natalia Ningthoujam, reeling out a list of the songs that have made it to some recent films
      Posted    22-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 8
  • White revolution

    White revolution

    National Dairy Development Board is helping a million farmers in 15 states by enabling them make a profit of Rs 15 to 20 in a litre of milk, its chairman T Nanda Kumar tells Nityanand Shukla
      Posted    22-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 8
  • Cinema city

    Cinema city

    Historians have nothing to dig in Chandigarh. But Bollywood has been finding heroes in the relatively new city. ‘Neerja’ is the third film inspired by someone from there, says Jaideep Sarin
      Posted    15-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 7
  • View from above

    View from above

    Taking her first paramotor ride over Guwahati, Natalia Ningthoujam turns nostalgic. She was in the city after 20 years for a cultural festival and notes that two good things have not changed
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
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