Arya UR

A soapy record

Capital-city based artist and 3D designer Biju C G recently entered the India Book of Records by sculpting the longest chain from a single bath soap

12 May 2021

Going on ‘oru desi drive’

Ayurveda doctor Mitra Satheesh and son Narayan started their pan-India trip named, ‘Oru Desi Drive’ on March 17 to cover the length and breadth of the country through rural roads in 100 days 

06 May 2021

Waste is just used less

Retired government employee Geetha Mani is stubborn that no waste ever goes to waste under her watch 

04 May 2021

‘We miss the feel of live percussion’

 Dance, music and other forms of art sustain many of us through these tough times.

01 May 2021

In love with letters

Reshma L R, a literature student, recently won a place in India Book of Records and Asia Book of Record for attempting the maximum number of alliterations in a poem

29 Apr 2021

Catching the groove

Thaikkudam Bridge’s drummer Anish TN’s percussion institute Rhythm and Grooves will start online classes on May 1

27 Apr 2021

Vaa, make a change

Despite his stardom, Vedan continues to live the life of a layman, and that is what makes his music authentic and raw.

24 Apr 2021

No more compromises

Digital music sensation Arya Dhayal’s new single ‘Angane Venam’, made in collaboration with Woman and Child Development of Kerala (WCD) is a stern reply to stereotypes that try to limit women

24 Apr 2021

Breaking the taboo 

Malayali writer Rohini Rajagopal talks about infertility through her memoir, ‘What’s A Lemon Squeezer Doing In My Vagina’ which got published last month

20 Apr 2021

Hoteliers to promote online takeaway

 The Thiruvananthapuram district administration has come up with a slew of restrictions on the business establishments in wake of the rise in the number of Covid cases.

17 Apr 2021

A new record in life

Saran V G recently entered the Asia Book of Records and the India Book of Records by painting the flags of 48 Asian countries on pebbles. He explains his arduous journey of fulfilling a dream to TNIE

17 Apr 2021

100 years of hams

From offering a helping hand in defence to exploring cultural diversity, amateur radio stations in India celebrate 100th anniversary

16 Apr 2021

Back in the spotlight

We caught up with singer Zia Ul Haq, who is back in the spotlight for a song he sang for the movie Kakshi Ammini Pilla in 2019

06 Apr 2021

Secret of the sound: Robin Kunjukutty on working in Kala

Mumbai-based Robin Kunjukutty talks about his debut project in Mollywood as a sound mixer for Tovino-starrer Kala.

02 Apr 2021

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