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


  • Moving kitchens

    Moving kitchens

    Street food is staging a comeback in Kerala after a lull, says Sanu George, who finds the modern van-turned-kitchen to be clean with facilities ensuring that the food is cheap and hygienic  
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
  • Firm child

    Firm child

    One thing that the civilized world admires in Irom Sharmila is her refusal to give up the fight. Even as a child she was very firm, says a book on her by Anubha Bhonsle. Here is an excerpt
      Posted    08-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 6
  • Cure all

    Cure all

    Since nearly 18 % of India’s rural population has no access to health care now, experts explore the underlying challenges of delivering on the promise of “health for all”, says Vivek Ratnakar
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Rural service

    Rural service

    Giving up a corporate job, Sanchaita Gajapati Raju - activist, lawyer, political scientist and filmmaker - works in villages. Clean drinking water and sanitation are her priorities, she says
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Intriguing palace

    Intriguing palace

    Umaid Bhawan Palace in Jodhpur, which is now a Taj group property, has been named the best hotel. Head there to revel in the luxury of a bygone era and have a royal feel, says Somrita Ghosh
      Posted    02-Feb-2016    Vol 7 Issue 5
  • Sweet Punjab

    Sweet Punjab

    On the highways of Punjab, motorists stop at places where local farmers make fresh jaggery or gur and also shakkar (powdered gur), says Jaideep Sarin capturing the season’s taste and flavour
      Posted    23-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 4
  • Embers of cloth

    Embers of cloth

    Despite modern heating gadgets flooding the market, Kashmiris still use Kangri, which is an earthen pot filled with red-hot charcoal. They even carry it inside their dress, says Shamshad Ali
      Posted    16-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 3
  • Saviour CM

    Saviour CM

    Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Akhilesh Yadav is winning hearts. In the latest, he got a surgery done on a four-year-old girl to remove a football size tumour from her head, says Mohit Dubey
      Posted    16-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 3
  • A new life

    A new life

    The way women of Rajnat clan in Rajasthan’s Bandersindri village gave up their traditional sex work to turn a new leaf in life and also their men stopped pimping was amazing says Abha Sharma
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Sporting year

    Sporting year

    The New Year promises to offer a feast to sports lovers as 2016 unfolds. Ajeyo Basu unveils a potentially interesting calendar of sporting events at various arenas to keep Indians enthralled
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Must-see palace

    Must-see palace

    Vadodara’s Lukshmi Vilas Palace is a magnificent blend of ideas carved in stone, says Azera Parveen Rahman, adding that it will not leave the visitors’ mind long after they leave the premises
      Posted    11-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 2
  • Women on move

    Women on move

    That tribal and rural women need not live on the fringes was proved when 500 artisans, weavers and farmers exhibited and sold their organic products and handicrafts in Delhi, says Tripti Nath
      Posted    04-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 1
  • Conquering China

    Conquering China

    Times of Chinese cuisine tickling the Indian palate are changing. Now you can order for Indian food in Hindi at Shenzhen and relish it with Bollywood music in the background, says Anurag Dey
      Posted    04-Jan-2016    Vol 7 Issue 1
  • Tech back

    Tech back

    A lot happened in 2015 on the technological front for India, says Nishant Arora, recounting major milestones like Facebook’s internet.org and Satya Nadella’s Microsoft Cloud and Surface Pro 4
      Posted    22-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 51
  • French gesture

    French gesture

    A French theatre director, influenced by Indian art and people, returns to Puducherry to hold a workshop as it is time to give back to the country she visited first in 1963, says Preetha Nair
      Posted    22-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 51
  • Living raconteur

    Living raconteur

    Preserving a dying tradition of story-telling in this digital age, Deepa Kiran enthralls people, mainly school children, with her multiple skills. S Sainath profiles the woman from Hyderabad who can explain the power of 2 using a chessboard
      Posted    22-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 51
  • Addicted to screen?

    Addicted to screen?

    Modern kids with smart phones may be suffering from loneliness more than the elderly and some may even need deaddiction treatment to wean them away from gazing the screen, says Nishant Arora
      Posted    14-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 50
  • Self help

    Self help

    ‘Calm down and get more things done in life’ is the basic mantra of David Allen’s ‘Getting Things Done’ training programme that offers to change the way people work and live, says Fakir Balaji
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Staying fit

    Staying fit

    Fitness conscious Indian consumers are opting for smartwatches and other wearable devices to monitor the calories burned, heart rate, blood pressure and skin temperature, says Shaifali Agrawal
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Priceless art

    Priceless art

    A silent, voiceless, tribal population in India has enormous talents, but has been denied its due recognition. Bhavana Akella spoke to some of them at a tribal conclave and got their stories 
      Posted    07-Dec-2015    Vol 6 Issue 49
  • Aged Mahal

    Aged Mahal

    Agra is turning into a pensioner’s paradise as its laid back lifestyle is more suitable to the aged, says Brij Khandelwal, attributing it to the trend of the youth fleeing to greener pastures
      Posted    30-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 48
  • Saving girls

    Saving girls

    In this home for sex workers’ daughters, the girls are trained on what they want and are good at. It’s to ensure that they don’t go back to their mothers’ profession, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose
      Posted    30-Nov-2015    Vol 6 Issue 48
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