Vol 9 Issue 33, Aug 10, 2018 - Aug 16, 2018.


  • 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
  • Megha chic

    Megha chic

    A young designer Daniel Syiem has taken Meghalaya’s ethnic apparel to global fashion hubs as he strives to preserve the dying art of weaving and the natural fabrics, says Prantick Majumder
      Posted    04-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 27
  • Jumping heights

    Jumping heights

    Daredevil Archana Sardana took to adventure sports by chance. The 40-year-old, who normally plunges 12,000 feet from bridges, is India’s first woman civilian Building Aerial Span Earth jumper
      Posted    04-Jul-2015    Vol 6 Issue 27
  • Disentangling kids

    Disentangling kids

    Now that Maggi and a few other brands of noodles are found to be unhealthy for consumption, how do we make children who grew up relishing Maggi eat something else? Nishant Arora has some tips
      Posted    29-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 26
  • Heroines on top

    Heroines on top

    The macho man is losing his grip in Bollywood, where women now rule the roost, says Surekha Kadapa-Bose, capturing the latest trend in which heroine-oriented movies make the box office ring
      Posted    22-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 25
  • Weigh and pay

    Weigh and pay

    It is a fast food outlet that sells a range of Indian cuisine. But Hello Curry in Hyderabad is also different in other ways as you can taste and then pay by the weight, says Mohammed Shafeeq
      Posted    22-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 25
  • Shining past

    Shining past

    Not many know of or have visited the Marble Palace in Kolkata as entry is restricted to the art treasure trove. Somrita Ghosh had a peek into the Victorian era splendour to give the details
      Posted    15-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 24
  • Truth behind

    Truth behind

    How was Aamir Khan’s Satyamev Jayate a hit on primetime television? An excerpt from Nalin Mehta’s book, ‘Behind A Billion Screens: What Television Tells Us About Modern India’, explains it
      Posted    08-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 23
  • Organic growth

    Organic growth

    Much before the crack down on processed foods like Maggi began, many restaurants in India had gone out of their way to use organic produce. Bhavana Akella captures the flavour of the new trend
      Posted    08-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 23
  • Sweetening sweat

    Sweetening sweat

    Sweating it out in Punjab is turned into a sweet moment at the Chhabeels that dot highways. Jaideep Sarin tells us about the charitable activity of providing a free cool drink to passers by
      Posted    08-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 23
  • Women on top

    Women on top

    The Nirbhaya rape was an inspiration behind the bringing out of the book, "30 Women in Power: Their Voices, Their Stories", its editor and top banker, Naina Lal Kidwai, tells Aparajita Gupta
      Posted    01-Jun-2015    Vol 6 Issue 22
  • True action

    True action

    Taking a break from meditation and kung fu classes, the nuns of Druk Amitabha Mountain nunnery are using their skills to rebuild the lives of Nepal’s earthquake survivors, says Vishal Gulati
      Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
  • Looking good

    Looking good

    A slimmer, fitter, Sunidhi   Chauhan says losing weight was not intentional and credits her new look to a healthy diet. The singer will be seen in a new avatar in a singing based reality show
      Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
  • Hot and spicy

    Hot and spicy

    Chandigarh's Pal Dhaba is popular for both veg and non-veg dishes. Even Canadian PM Stephen Harper wanted to check out the food here during his visit to the city in 2012, says Jaideep Sarin
      Posted    23-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 21
  • Delving deep

    Delving deep

    An Indo-French venture to delve into the Arabian sea bed to salvage shipwrecks will yield not just gold, silver and gems but priceless historic data and artifacts, says Mayabhushan Nagvenkar  
      Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
  • Brave film

    Brave film

    Unlike most bio-pics that leave relatives of the protagonist fuming, Neerja Bhanot has the nod of the family of the brave Pan Am airhostess, who died saving passengers, says Jaideep Sarin  
      Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
  • Naval connection

    Naval connection

    Bollywood actress Deepti Naval wants to write stories on Kashmir. The veteran actress, whose mother has a Kashmiri Dogra lineage, tells Sheikh Qayoom that she has nothing to do with politics
      Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
  • Beyond bars

    Beyond bars

    Hulugappa Kattimani, a theatre person, and Gopal Hosur, a police officer, joined hands to let convicts have a free run with theatre. Preethi Nagaraj tells us what Sankalpa did to the prisoners and how they enriched the performing art itself
      Posted    18-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 20
  • Looming change

    Looming change

    Designer Ritu Kumar opposes a proposal to change the Handloom Reservation Act, who has given protection to the weavers so long, telling Nivedita that the change could hit 4.4 million families
      Posted    11-May-2015    Vol 6 Issue 19
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