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Friday, Aug 23, 2019
Dipanjan Sinha

Dipanjan Sinha


Dipanjan Sinha is principal correspondent, weekend features in Mumbai. He has been a journalist for seven years now and worked on the desk, news and features teams

articles by Dipanjan Sinha (110 results)
Mar 23, 2019 18:57
Heritage walks with a secular mission, help for the marginalised tenant, a matrimonial website that won’t list caste and creed - groups across India are turning drawing-room discussions into action plans. read more
Mar 21, 2019 20:52
The big selling points, say recruiters, are the students’ soft skills and analytical capabilities. read more
Mar 16, 2019 20:11
These colonial-era town houses were some of India’s first working men’s hostels. Now, they’re quietly falling apart, and an Instagram \/ heritage initiative has stepped up to help. read more
Mar 09, 2019 23:17
This will be a space by children, for children, where they can explore the world around them, ideate and create, says CSMVS director general Sabyasachi Mukherjee. read more
Mar 09, 2019 21:46
Despite realty overall being sluggish in the last two years, the office segment has continued to grow. read more
Mar 06, 2019 19:46
The walls are finally down. A look at how the AICTE‘s approval for technical institutes to also run arts and commerce courses is set to play out on the ground. read more
Feb 22, 2019 23:26
How old and forgotten varieties of rice are finding new takers in West Bengal. read more
Feb 13, 2019 15:12
Steep fees in private medical colleges, limited seats in govt ones, and the increase in IB schools are some of the factors responsible. read more
Feb 09, 2019 17:59
Static images, reams of text, an entire floor dedicated to Gandhi — the museum in Mumbai has finally opened, but it’s raising plenty of questions. read more
Feb 02, 2019 19:22
As the average Mumbai flat gets smaller, the number of rooms has grown, and layouts have changed to shrink the kitchen, expand the living room. A look at the factors at play. read more
Dec 29, 2018 19:20
#2018 Year-End Special: We now live in a time when devices listen, chips track your choices, and governments can watch from behind a barcode. How do we navigate this world? read more
Dec 10, 2018 22:45
Legendary musicians will gather in Mumbai on Thursday to perform at a three-hour tribute concert read more
Dec 08, 2018 20:23
In arid Andhra Pradesh and Rajasthan, quinoa seemed like magic beans. There were bumper harvests, big bucks. As acreage grew, prices began to slide. A look at how eager governments caused the boom and bust. Up next: Chia read more
Nov 24, 2018 19:33
The former director of the British Museum has a new book out called Living with the Gods. Here he discusses, among other things, why he believes religion isn’t going anywhere. read more
Nov 24, 2018 17:26
‘My dream is to open a restaurant in India, but it won’t be in a city,’ says Arora, 32, founder and head of GAA in Bangkok. read more