Naaz Ghani

The mask task

Giving tailors a source of livelihood during lockdown, entrepreneur Latha Chandramouli has engaged women to make reusable cloth masks

21 Apr 2020

Keeping it fresh

  Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, people across the globe have been living their worst apocalyptic nightmares.

16 Apr 2020

Keeping it fresh

Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, people across the globe have been living their worst apocalyptic nightmares.

09 Apr 2020

Keeping it fresh

Naaz Ghani Ever since the COVID-19 outbreak, people across the globe have been living their worst apocalyptic nightmares.

08 Apr 2020

Collecting care for the lockdown

Everything has come to a screeching halt. A large part of the population hasn’t been outside the four walls of their homes in over a week.

01 Apr 2020

A second chance for earthlings

As homes turn workstations in this pandemic-influenced change, the environment has had much to gain.
Could this be our way forward?

28 Mar 2020

All hail the banana leaf!

A vessel in virunthus and a healer of wounds, with an ubiquitous presence in every south Indian’s life — Naaz Ghani wraps the myriad hues of the vazhai elai in all its glory

26 Mar 2020

Flora at fight

As invasive species continue to thrive, the eco-community stands divided on how best to build healthy ecosystems around it

19 Mar 2020

Memoirs of home

Ever since the age of ten, AV Ilango, renowned artist, has been chalking out scenes of the countryside from his village Gobichettipalayam in Tamil Nadu.

18 Mar 2020

The elusive art of teaching the arts

The latest of these showings was held on March 14 and 15 at the Avadi Paruthipattu Lake Green Park.

16 Mar 2020

Matching footsteps with refugees

Take a good look around you. Remember all the meaningful discussions you had with your mother on the swing in the porch.

16 Mar 2020

Run for rare diseases to raise awareness

A disease is typically considered rare when approximately one in 5,000 people are diagnosed with it.

29 Feb 2020

Bin there, (not) done that!

Pallavaram Municipality’s move to remove garbage bins seems to have backfired; residents don’t 
segregate waste, continue dumping them in landfills

26 Feb 2020

Anirban Dutta through his film traces the postal runners’ path along hilly terrains

Visuals of a mud hut with a small compound in front played on screen. An old man, shriveled by age, sits near a bonfire smoking a beedi.

24 Feb 2020

Space only for some?

The new structure has been designed with space accessible for the public. “Public spaces near government buildings have played a pivotal role in having the public be heard.

22 Feb 2020

A parched history 

As per the UN standards, the ideal supply of water must be 135 to 150 lpcd (litres per capita per day).

22 Feb 2020

A sunday at Pazhaverkadu

 From feasting under a Peepal tree and listening to parai beats, to walking through Palmyra trees — a group of 40 eco-crusaders painted the Pulicat lagoon green

18 Feb 2020

Music of love this Valentine's day

Auditions for the contest were held two weeks prior to the main event. Over 800 entries were registered, of which 18 men and women made it to the finals.

17 Feb 2020

Black orchid blooms in this Chennai resto-bar

Classy, chic and luxurious — these three words best describe Black Orchid restobar on Chamiers Road.

17 Feb 2020

Racing towards a greener Earth

Another activity involving five students performing different gymnastic pyramid formations received much applause too.

15 Feb 2020

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