Saima Afreen

With love from Gujarat

The ongoing food festival at Taj Krishna celebrates the  Gujarati food and the spirit of Navratri

11 hours ago

Is there help enough?

Is Hyderabad equipped to handle people who  suffer from Alzheimer’s?

21 Sep 2017

An evening to remember

‘Essays by Roopa in Flux’ enthralled Hyderabadis  with their fresh musical renderings

20 Sep 2017

Down the memory lane

 For photographer and filmmaker Sarah Li, Hyderabad offers a journey back to her roots 
 

20 Sep 2017

In deep blue sea

Author, photographer and researcher Pankaj Sekhsaria, through a compilation of his research articles published as a book, raises key issues about Andaman and Nicobar Islands

19 Sep 2017

With love from bengal

The Bengali Food Festival ongoing at Siesta Hitech offers hoicest delights like Khasir Shorba, Luchi,  Doi Murgi and more
 

16 Sep 2017

A walk to remember

 Regular walks pump more blood to the brain which help creative people think and write better

12 Sep 2017

The saga of books and bans

It took firebrand Leftist authors in the pre-Partition era to stir controversies and be summoned to the courts for their radical thinking. Saadat Hasan Manto and Ismat Chugtai faced the flak for speak

09 Sep 2017

It’s from god’s own country

The Onam Sadhya still continues at Hyderabad Marriott Hotel and Convention Centre the way Suriani Christians prepare it

09 Sep 2017

Still they rise

The group show at Shrishti Art Gallery showcases a melange of artworks that are promising
 

06 Sep 2017

From the Heart of Darkness

 The life of Gondwana tribals are beautifully documented in the photography series.

06 Sep 2017

Verses, muse and more

 The 10th edition of Guntur Poetry Festival organised every year in the quaint  town of Guntur offers everything that a poetry lover can ask for

05 Sep 2017

Transience of  Memories

The continuum brings together the fragments of images that get bleached with time only to emerge in different palettes, on different media.

30 Aug 2017

Tales of deep, dark secrets

 The debutante book of short stories by Kainaz Jussawalla throws open the clandestine world of denizens in cacophony of modern cityscapes that act both as mental traps and releases

15 Aug 2017

When slaves speak

Slavery. It can be traced back to Code of Hammurabi of Mesopotamia, the first known civilization, which records the same as the common practice.

09 Aug 2017