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Sushila Ravindranath

Big-hearted effort to give the Tamil dream its due

The Jallikattu protests in Chennai’s Marina Beach brought attention to, among other things, the plight of indigenous cattle.

05 Jan 2020 2:22 AM

How ethnic Bihari Thackerays championed Marathi pride

The uncle was a demagogue and a fiery orator. Raj too is a good orator, charismatic and aggressive while Uddhav is more reserved.

17 Nov 2019 2:14 AM

Re-imagining the epic

Debashis Chatterjee brings together tales from the Mahabharata, and applies them to the drama and the politics that goes on inside the corporate boardrooms.

01 Nov 2016 11:59 PM

Taking folk music to places

When the conversation is about music, one often wonders of what inspires it.

31 Oct 2016 10:34 PM

Food, foodies and a cause

With their hilarious approach, two hungry men, Rocky Singh and Mayur Sharma have been taking the television space by storm, as they guide us to food joints located in hidden bylane corners and highway

19 Oct 2016 11:32 PM

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On a mission to join the dots...

Read what the country’s celebrated author Christopher C Doyle has to say about his recent book, Bob Dylan’s Nobel win and more.

19 Oct 2016 11:29 PM

Inking an identity

Taapsee’s tattoo in Pink has sparked the trend of getting inked as a sign of solidarity

03 Oct 2016 11:37 PM

Gen-next leads the way

The two youngsters who have represented India at the UN, speak on how the youth can make a difference

28 Sep 2016 10:39 PM

The romance of the railways

Filmmaker Shanu Babar has embarked on a project to revive and archive the stories capturing the essence of our country through window seat observations

19 Sep 2016 10:27 PM

Deconstructing sexism

13 Sep 2016 11:10 PM

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My Indian origin is a big part of me: Priyanka Yoshikawa

She’s a licensed elephant trainer, loves kickboxing and cooks Indian curries like a pro, this year’s Miss World Japan 2016, Priyanka Yoshikawa has triggered a debate across the world with critics call

09 Sep 2016 10:06 PM

A woman’s right to Walk Alone!

As a woman, when was the last time you remember taking a walk alone, all by yourself, without fear of harassment Or, worrying that your parents would blame you if anything bad happens

07 Sep 2016 11:06 PM

Forbidden love

Forbidden love — what does it really mean Does it forbid adultery and unfaithfulness or even mere falling in love with a person, irrespective of a person’s marital status

23 Aug 2016 10:06 PM

Words of resistance

He was all of twenty when he was diagnosed with a bipolar disorder.

22 Aug 2016 10:17 PM

The other side of the story

A new wave of web series are addressing the lives of the LGBTQI community in a realistic way sans the caricaturish antics

31 Jul 2016 9:59 PM

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Uncovering India’s engineers

An engineer with his roots in Chennai, Adhitya Iyer, has travelled across India to uncover heart-wrenching tales of engineers

24 Jul 2016 10:19 PM

Law through lens of anime

Law and order are for one and all. But how many of us truly understand what goes into our law books, and what our constitution truly means

24 Jul 2016 7:30 AM

Cheesecake with an Indian identity

If we had to name one of thing the whole world unitedly goes bananas over, it is undoubtedly a slice of cheesecake!

20 Jul 2016 11:17 PM

Ride to glory!

Lady biker Anam Hashim, known for her expedition to the Himalayas on a scooty, plans a second attempt with 10 other female bikers

08 Jul 2016 10:18 PM

Thrill of the gruesome

Abheek Barua, chief economist of one of India’s leading banks, has stepped into the shoes of a crime fiction author — for the love of suspense and thrill.

05 Jul 2016 10:43 PM

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