Rochana Mohan

Racing against time

We race at an average speed of 110 km/hr.

18 hours ago

Cooking is his happiness currency

Sanjit Banerjee and his wife moved to Chennai for their daughter, and found more children to feed

24 Sep 2018

‘Who came up with the idea of war?’

The book is a beautifully illustrated novel about a child in a war zone, and tells a poignant message to the children reading it.

24 Sep 2018

Madras Gymkhana Club shine with a mixture of colonial history and modern tradition

Situated near the Kamaraj Statue and behind Island grounds in Anna Salai, the Madras Gymkhana Club is touched by the cool breeze that flows from the nearby Cooum River and Marina Beach.

24 Sep 2018

The winning tackle

During the summer months of June, July and August, Ishika would come to her school, Amritha Vidyalayam Ramapuram, at 5:30 am to train.

22 Sep 2018

‘A journey of rediscovery’

In her parent’s flat in Maduravoyal, Divya Madhankumar makes sure that her guests feel at home.

19 Sep 2018

The musical MLA

Seated at his home office in Besant Nagar, R Natraj is surrounded by books neatly stacked on wooden shelves.

17 Sep 2018

A ‘feet’ in itself

These are given for free of cost to all those in need and has been certified by the International Society for Prosthetics and Orthotics in Denmark.

12 Sep 2018

Let’s get this straight

A lot of people don’t understand what 377 entails.

08 Sep 2018

Chennai: AAIS school inaugurates New school campus at Injambakkam 

The chief guest for the event was Banwarilal Purohit, Governor of Tamil Nadu.

06 Sep 2018

‘Everything tastes good with chutney and sambhar in Chennai’

For Praveshika, Chennai is an emotion filled with love, joy, good food and celebration of many unity in diversity.

05 Sep 2018

Teachers’ Day: Whose class do you have today?

On Teachers’ Day, Rochana Mohan gives us reasons to celebrate all our terrific teachers.

05 Sep 2018

Learning to count with butter biscuits, barks, tail wags, and walks on terrace 

The Dog Who Taught Me Math, written by Sonali Shenoy and illustrated by Tanvi Bhatt, depicts the relationship between Parvathy, a young girl, and Kutti, her uncle’s retired army dog.

05 Sep 2018

Celebrating 20 years of being ‘a cut above’ the rest

Models wearing matte black clothes and intricately done braids walked on the ramp, followed by men and women dressed in their wedding best, and then a group of women dressed in a rock aesthetic

04 Sep 2018

How to battle the ‘lone’ factor

The workshop, which started at 9.30 am and went on to 5 pm, had 52 participants.

04 Sep 2018