Ashitha Jayaprakash

Have range anxiety? Jaipur man who drove electric vehicle to Indo-Pak border has some tips

Aakash and his wife Kaushal had several tricks up their sleeves to overcome range anxiety during their 300 km trip to Longewala in a Tata Nexon EV. 

14 Jan 2021

Is that a burnt PPE? Stumped health officials in Kollam slam 'highly dangerous' act 

The District Medical Officer (DMO), Sreelatha, told The New Indian Express, 'it is highly dangerous to have burnt it in a public place.'

07 Aug 2020

INTERVIEW | Lijo Jose Pellissery’s go-to photographer Arjun Kallingal on his action-packed life

To stand out in the field in a time where an increasing number of people know how to operate a  DSLR camera, a photographer needs to go the extra mile to make art. 

25 Jul 2020

Another of Kerala's gifts to the world: The powerful and timeless words of MT Vasudevan Nair

As we commemorate the great’s 87th birthday, let’s look back at some of his movies that will be watched and re-watched for years to come.

18 Jul 2020

Fantastic 40 for the 90s kids: Hollywood films that will send you on a nostalgic trip

This list is a host of memories – like borrowing CDs from the store for a day or waiting for months till the movies are released on it – a thrill that is exclusive to the 90s kids. 

13 Jun 2020

'Grateful to be back but...': Indian student's bittersweet journey from London to Mumbai

While passengers are thankful for the opportunity to return home, the lack of communication has kept them on edge not only in the run-up to the flight and also right through their journey home

11 May 2020

Thappad: The slap that Indian society needed?

Dr Hema Tharoor, a senior psychiatrist in Chennai, said, 'Just one slap, isn't it? That notion is wrong because it mostly never stops there. But even one hit is unpardonable.'

25 Feb 2020