Diana Sahu

Salvation of famous Konark Sun Temple stuck in the sand

The ‘salvation course’ has come from the Roorkee-based Central Building Research Institute that was roped in by ASI to examine structural damages in the World Heritage Site.

13 Oct 2019

Odisha Literary Festival: Discussion on changing gender narrative in Indian literature 

Deepanjana, author of crime fiction ‘Hush a Bye Baby’, said a lot of things in her book is about the inherent sexism that women face everyday, be it homemakers or writers.  

23 Sep 2019

Odisha Literary Festival: There’s Mantoiyat in all of us, says director Nandita Das

In a session on ‘Partitions of the Mind: Why Manto’s Words Live’ at the Odisha Literary Festival, Nandita discussed Manto who captured the anguish of Partition.

22 Sep 2019

Long drought continues for Odia films in National Film Awards

Odisha created a niche for itself after the parallel cinema movement started in the 60s in India. Today, the industry has only a handful filmmakers who make meaningful cinema that reflects the aspira

11 Aug 2019

The bold and the beekeeper

A Delhi based woman started beekeeping as an experiment and now she has converted it into a model of alternative livelihood for 40 farmers of Koinpur.

03 Dec 2017

The pet project

An Odisha woman gives up her teaching job in a Delhi university to start an animal care centre.

24 Jun 2017

Morning RAGA: A refrain that doesn’t end

Diana Sahu picks through the data to find that despite sterner measures and the unerring eye of social media, ragging is still rampant in UP, MP and West Bengal.

26 Feb 2017

Modi politicising surgical strikes for political gains: Kanhaiya Kumar

Kanhaiya Kumar had no will to join politics and preferred to be a teacher in future

03 Oct 2016