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Life on the edge: A national cop-out
December 8, 2013
This past week, one policewoman died and another committed suicide in Mumbai. Across the country, abysmal working condit ...
Filmmaker documents history of Irani cafés
October 8, 2013
A filmmaker from Mumbai’s Irani community has now made a 46-minute documentary on the history of iconic Irani cafés and ...
Battlelines drawn in urban India: is economic inequality creating anger?
September 14, 2013
Crimes such as thefts, attempted murders and assaults on women, children and the elderly are on the rise across Indian c ...
Menstrupedia: a novel handbook for 'that time of the month'
September 8, 2013
Three young professionals are creating comic books to reach out to young girls and boys and bust common myths about mens ...
World-renowned violinist to collaborate with mentor
September 3, 2013
Conductor Zubin Mehta won’t be the only star on stage when Munich’s Bavarian State Orchestra performs at the National Ce ...
The battle over blind faith
August 31, 2013
In a culture where social and educational systems do not foster, and in fact discourage, questioning minds, they are als ...
Wheels of change
August 24, 2013
An Indian initiative that takes young entrepreneurs around the country by train, to interact with mentors and community ...
Terrorism Explained: graphic novel guns down popular myths
August 20, 2013
Published by World Comics India and Mumbai-based Arth Prakashan, the book is the second in Puniyani and Sharma’s ‘Explai ...
Home sweet home
August 18, 2013
A unique project seeks to reinvent low-income housing, swapping the vertical model for a more sustainable, community ...
Noted feminist to step down as director of Zubaan
August 16, 2013
Urvashi Butalia, noted feminist, publisher and essayist, will soon “step down” as director of Zubaan, the feminist publi ...
‘I’m a pro now, but I’m still not an expert’
July 15, 2013
19-year-old Kamaluddin Khan is a plastics recycler, one of thousands in Dharavi who serve as vital if informal links in ...
One for the road
July 15, 2013
What’s tall and broad and red all over? For Fiona Fernandes, that would be Mumbai’s iconic doubledecker buses. They once ...
Birju Maharaj to sing at three-day classical music fest
July 9, 2013
This weekend, at the festival of Indian classical music,cultural enthusiasts will have a rare opportunity to hear h ...
Hidden in plain sight
June 22, 2013
The Sikligars, a Sikh tribe of weapon-makers, lived in the jungles for 300 years. Now, their community is integrating th ...
Non-fiction literature fest draws diverse crowd
June 22, 2013
From food security and communalism to the difficulties of making bold films, the first day of the India Non Fiction Fest ...
India trapped in communal cauldron; Uttar Pradesh atop five worst-hit states
Shah Rukh Khan roped in as Interpol Turn Back Crime ambassador
#Modi100: Rate PM Narendra Modi and his team's performance
Japan's 'Golden Bolt': 103-year-old challenges world's fastest man
Five reasons to go ration shopping online
'Air India Day' today, tickets for Rs 100
Nitish-Lalu's grand alliance trumps BJP in Bihar bypolls
Uttarakhand: 56-year-old woman kills leopard with axe and sickle
WATCH: Alia Bhatt can laugh at herself, can you?
Mumbai man who left to join IS killed in Iraq
Another Trinamool MLA's shocker: As long as the world exists, there will be rapes
BJP loses first ally after coming to power as HJC snaps ties
BJP manifesto and promises: what's been done and what's still on paper
80% of matches were successful, says football match-fixer Wilson Raj
Russian-backed rebels advance in east Ukraine
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