Gayle Sequeira

Gayle is a sub-editor on the new desk of Hindustan Times, Mumbai.

Articles by Gayle Sequeira

Not so run-of-the-mill: Tour Mumbai’s textile hubs, years after their closure

An exhibit — Archiving the Mill Lands: The Mythologies of Mumbai Project — showcases pictures, videos and virtual reality scenes from chawls that once housed 2.5 million millworkers in Mumbai

Photograph of one part of Girangaon, which once housed 2.5 million millworkers.(HT)
Photograph of one part of Girangaon, which once housed 2.5 million millworkers.(HT)
Updated on Nov 25, 2017 04:00 PM IST

3,800km in 260 days: Champion for Change to walk from Kanyakumari to Srinagar to empower women

The aim is to draw attention to the cause of women’s empowerment and ensure their safety

New Delhi resident Srishti Bakshi has come a long way.(HT)
New Delhi resident Srishti Bakshi has come a long way.(HT)
Updated on Sep 20, 2017 04:40 PM IST

World Photography Day: Viewing the LGBTQ community through the lens of this Mumbai group

The group, QGraphy — an amalgam of ‘queer’ and ‘photography’ — was founded by charted accountant Raj Pandey in October 2014

QGraphy captured two of 700 participants at the Pune LGBT Pride at Sambhaji Park on June 11.(HT)
QGraphy captured two of 700 participants at the Pune LGBT Pride at Sambhaji Park on June 11.(HT)
Updated on Aug 20, 2017 04:24 PM IST

Mumbai’s ‘food army’ sends 84,250 theplas to flood-hit Gujarat residents

Food Army members expected 30,000 theplas to be donated on Wednesday. They got 54,250 more

Members of Food Army sorting through thepla packets at founder Rintu Rathod’s house in Santacruz (West) on Wednesday.(HT Photo)
Members of Food Army sorting through thepla packets at founder Rintu Rathod’s house in Santacruz (West) on Wednesday.(HT Photo)
Updated on Aug 04, 2017 05:04 PM IST

‘Book fairies’ are leaving novels all over Mumbai, have you found one yet?

Mumbai city news: A group of Mumbaiites is hiding paperbacks around the city for bibliophiles to find, read and pass on

Book fairy Kadambari Mehta hid a copy of George Orwell’s Animal Farm at Nariman Point on May 5.(Kadambari Mehta/Instagram)
Book fairy Kadambari Mehta hid a copy of George Orwell’s Animal Farm at Nariman Point on May 5.(Kadambari Mehta/Instagram)
Updated on Jul 12, 2017 06:27 PM IST

Mumbai doctor starts Ramzan fundraiser to help 700 poor people undergo life-saving heart surgery

Mumbai city news: Dr Hamdulay plans to fund 100 bypass surgeries, 100 angioplasties, and 500 angiographies for the underprivileged

Dr Zainul Hamdulay, director of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery at Global Hospitals in Parel.(HT)
Dr Zainul Hamdulay, director of cardiothoracic and vascular surgery at Global Hospitals in Parel.(HT)
Updated on Jul 12, 2017 12:24 AM IST

Food for thought: How Mumbai’s ‘community fridges’ are feeding the needy

Mumbai city news: Two community fridges in Andheri serve almost 350 people daily

The community fridge in Oshiwara serves freshly made poha, vada pavs and fresh fruits daily.(HT Photo)
The community fridge in Oshiwara serves freshly made poha, vada pavs and fresh fruits daily.(HT Photo)
Updated on May 29, 2017 03:36 PM IST

Watch selfie turn into mini statue of you, fight Star Wars style at Mumbai’s first 3D printing hub

Mumbai city news: Time to 3D helps homemakers launch jewellery lines, doctors prep for surgery and students get crucial project parts

Selfies are scanned, retouched and then 3D printed.(HT Photo)
Selfies are scanned, retouched and then 3D printed.(HT Photo)
Updated on May 25, 2017 12:56 AM IST

65% of Indian fliers would pay extra to not have to talk to co-passengers: Study

Only 13% of fliers said they would shame offending passengers on social media

The survey however, states that 76% of Indians feel that for most part, their fellow passengers are considerate.(HT File Photo)
The survey however, states that 76% of Indians feel that for most part, their fellow passengers are considerate.(HT File Photo)
Updated on Mar 18, 2017 04:13 PM IST

Centre mulls new rules to regulate pet shops, crack down on illegal trade

The Centre on Friday announced its intent to notify the rules for pet shops, in order to regulate the capture, housing, breeding and transportation of animals sold as pets.

The dismal scenario at Crawford Market, and other pet shops in Mumbai, has angered animal rights activists for years.(Hindustan Times)
The dismal scenario at Crawford Market, and other pet shops in Mumbai, has angered animal rights activists for years.(Hindustan Times)
Updated on Dec 18, 2016 01:17 AM IST

State-of-the-art park for senior citizens unveiled in Colaba

The collaborators of this project plan to set up a similar park at a garden in Cuffe Parade, if the response is positive

Seniors test the newly-installed machines at Bombay Port Trust Garden in Colaba on Friday.(HT Photo)
Seniors test the newly-installed machines at Bombay Port Trust Garden in Colaba on Friday.(HT Photo)
Updated on Dec 17, 2016 12:18 AM IST
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