I cannot write in solitude, says Delhi-based author Bulbul Sharma

Delhi-based Bulbul Sharma has authored My Sainted Aunts, The Perfect Woman, Now that I am Fifty among others.

03 May 2020

You write to revisit time: Mridula Koshy, Library movement activist

Mridula Koshy is a writer and library movement activist.

26 Apr 2020

‘I like to write in the balcony of my barsati, says author Chandrahas Choudhury

It is very important to work every day to keep the rhythm of the book’s particular style going, says Chandrahas Choudhury.

19 Apr 2020

I believe in writing 1,000 words a day, says author Srishti Chaudhary

Once Upon a Curfew (2019) was published by Penguin Random House and the second one, Lallan Sweets, is scheduled for release by the end of this year.

12 Apr 2020

Online sessions with your favourite authors during COVID-19 lockdown

The live format allows the readers to have a quick and direct interaction with their favourite authors.

04 Apr 2020

Raising readers as nature defenders

I am a serial procrastinator and being used to writing to deadlines as a former journalist, it’s the one thing that keeps me on the writing track, says Bijal Vachharajani.

29 Mar 2020

Coronavirus: The age of anxiety and ways to deal with it

They can read books, learn new languages and take online courses. It is very important to keep oneself physically and mentally fit so exercise is a must.

29 Mar 2020

Prateek Kuhad to Vir Das: Home entertainment during social distancing

BookMyShow, owned and operated by Big Tree Entertainment Pvt Ltd., with its series of performances called  Live From HQ, is getting entertainment to your homes. 

26 Mar 2020

A poet and an artist needs alone time to create, says Sangeeta Gupta

Artist Sangeeta Gupta, who retired as the Chief Commissioner of Income Tax, Delhi, spoke to The New Indian Express about how she is spending her social distancing days. 

26 Mar 2020

‘Read as much as you can’

His first collection of poems, New Delhi Love Songs, was published in 2017 by Speaking Tiger Books with the support of the Jehangir Sabavala Foundation.

22 Mar 2020

Art world finds ways to stay abuzz

She said, “The museum already has a fairly good social media presence and now we will be more actively engaged in the format, given the uncertain times.

19 Mar 2020

The finest women in white

An art exhibition in the capital city showcases varied artworks using white

18 Mar 2020

Saving the Constitution, One Play at a Time

Akshara Theatre’s latest play is a direct comment on CAA-NRC

16 Mar 2020

Bushra Alvi Razzack: (Not) lost in translation

Writer, translator and poet Bushra Alvi Razzack about her journey with words

08 Mar 2020

Affordable art in a dipping economy by Saurabh Singhvi

A new exhibition cum sale in the capital city lets you pocket artworks by Indian Masters for below Rs 20 lakh.

04 Mar 2020

Shutters for survival: Atul Dodiya’s bringing viewers face-to-face with realities of our times

'More than making a clear-cut statement about being in the masters’ shade, through the show, I am trying to understand and learn from them.' says Atul Dodiya.

01 Mar 2020

I have forged my unique career path: Jordan Liberty

International makeup artist Jordan Liberty talks about his love for makeup that’s taking him places.

29 Feb 2020

Notes from a legendary Bollywood actor Amol Palekar

The actor, known for films such as Chhoti Si Baat (1976), Gol Maal (1979), and Baaton Baaton Mein (1979) among others, is an institute in himself.

27 Feb 2020

To sign or not to sign your artwork

​The show, curated by Pranamita Borgohain and Monica Jain, experiments with viewers’ reactions with the concept.

21 Feb 2020

Civic dialogue through public art in Delhi

Gupta is the President of Delhi Art Society and has been crusading to make Delhi into a burgeoning hub for public art for more than 15 years now.

16 Feb 2020

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