Vol 9 Issue 4, Jan 19, 2018 - Jan 25, 2018.


  • Green women

    Green women

    Nepal’s women farmers, with help from a Kathmandu based research organization, have changed farming practices and gone green to address problems caused by climate change, says Vishal Gulati
      Posted    12-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 41
  • Going uphill

    Going uphill

    Among the cyclists at MTB Himalaya, an off-road cross country race, was 56-year-old German, Reimund Dietzen, who took to mountain biking after a career in on-road racing, says Sandip Sikdar
      Posted    12-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 41
  • Girls wanted

    Girls wanted

    Contrary to popular perceptions, couples in India prefer girls over boys, at least when they have to adopt a child. Azera Parveen Rahman has the statistics proving that girls had more takers
      Posted    05-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 40
  • Witch saver

    Witch saver

    Where witch hunting really means violence and violation of the dignity of women, Birubala Rabha stood for those branded, only to be killed. Indrani Raimedhi pays tribute to the tribal savior
      Posted    05-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 40
  • A worldview

    A worldview

    Yana Ngoba has set her sight on the ramps of Paris and Milan after marking presence at London with her designs, showcasing the handloom weaves of northeastern India, says Natalia Ningthoujam
      Posted    05-Oct-2015    Vol 6 Issue 40
  • Telangana’s first

    Telangana’s first

    As the first woman from the new state of Telangana to represent India at World Billiards Championship, Aakansha Singh is excited. Mohammed Shafeeq talks to her as she is all set for Adelaide
      Posted    28-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 39
  • Quotable quota

    Quotable quota

    As a living example of reservation empowering women, a demure housewife Vandana Bahadur Maida turned decision maker in Khankhadvi of Madhya Pradesh and is now plotting the village’s growth
      Posted    28-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 39
  • Zitar to e-music

    Zitar to e-music

    Niladri Kumar, who invented the zitar by combining the sitar with guitar, is now taking a plunge into electronic dance music. Ankit Sinha tells us about his new single, ‘Head to the Heart’
      Posted    28-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 39
  • Dulcet healing

    Dulcet healing

    Music therapy is fast catching up in India with specialists helping patients with a range of ailments from depression to cancer overcome their problems. Nishant Arora tunes in to the trend
      Posted    19-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 38
  • New focus

    New focus

    A young crop of photographers in Kashmir is presenting the valley to others through social media, with a new perspective, focusing on the diverse culture, issues and conflict, says Ruwa Shah
      Posted    19-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 38
  • Smart hazard

    Smart hazard

    Smartphones have brought in their wake new personality disorders that need medical attention for those suffering from it. Nishant Arora checks out the prevalence of e-mail stress among youth
      Posted    12-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 37
  • Patel’s search

    Patel’s search

    What started as a family videography turned out to be a hilarious romantic documentary on arranged marriages, says Arun Kumar, who spoke to the siblings behind the ‘Meet the Patels’ shoot 
      Posted    12-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 37
  • New meetings

    New meetings

    Radisson Blu hotels have launched a break-out room concept for ‘Experience Meetings’ that gives a funky touch to serious board meetings, ease tension and serve food that is good for thought
      Posted    08-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 36
  • Gender balance

    Gender balance

    A dedicated strategy to increase gender balance in the newsroom and editorial coverage gave Bloomberg News an advantage. The man behind it all, Matt Winkler, explains why and how he did it
      Posted    08-Sep-2015    Vol 6 Issue 36
  • Grassroots heroes

    Grassroots heroes

    Gujarati craftswomen got a standing ovation at the Lakme Fashion Week winter-festive where they were presented by designer Anita Dongre at the launch of her Grassroots brand, says Nivedita 
      Posted    31-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 35
  • Chill out

    Chill out

    Cones, softies, and other traditional variety of ice creams may have a new challenger in the liquid nitrogen-based ice cream that has arrived in the capital with Niice Cream, says Kishori Sud
      Posted    31-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 35
  • Sour and alkali

    Sour and alkali

    To preserve Assam’s dying culinary tradition, Chef Atul Lahkar serves authentic dishes at Heritage Khorika. He dug out recipes from grandmothers’ kitchens across the state, says Aditya Sarma
      Posted    24-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 34
  • Beautiful model

    Beautiful model

    A government primary school in Motwada village in Chhattisgarh is a model learning institution. Purusottam Singh Thakur tells us how the headmistress Anusuya Jain and two teachers achieved it
      Posted    15-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 33
  • Painful exodus

    Painful exodus

    Partition of India saw refugees filling up camps. Ashoka Gupta has captured the mood 69 years ago in the book, ‘A Fighting Spirit’. Here is an excerpt talking about Mana camp in Chhattisgarh
      Posted    15-Aug-2015    Vol 6 Issue 33
  • Kids’ addiction

    Kids’ addiction

    Children are increasingly getting hooked to the screen. Smartphones, tablets, iPads and laptops are not doing good to the mental wellbeing of our children, warn experts, says Nishant Arora
      Posted    27-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 30
  • Pain rap

    Pain rap

    The younger generation of Kashmiris is expressing pain and anger through music, writing and other art. The latest trend, says Ruwa Shah, is an offshoot of the protests over Amarnath land row
      Posted    18-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 29
  • Everyday dressing

    Everyday dressing

    Fashion, which is no more about occasion wear, has consumed even small towns, says designer Narendra Kumar Ahmed. People want to look trendy at work, party, beach or lunch, he tells Nivedita
      Posted    13-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 28
  • Friday, January 19, 2018