It happened first in 1988, spearheaded by the collaboration of X and Y. After a five-year hiatus, it returned in 1994 and has been here to stay.
13 Aug 2020
With painstaking effort and plenty of enthusiasm, here’s a Chennai architect bringing the celebration of
heritage closer home
12 Aug 2020
The practice of breastfeeding has always been mired in problems — physical and psychological — for the mother, and it has only been made worse by the pandemic. Experts offer help
12 Aug 2020
Equipped with an enviable network of entrepreneurs and sheer force of will, WICCI takes on the challenges of the handloom world
11 Aug 2020
In a world that teaches children to normalise violence, and reinforces the idea of control and compliance, human rights education does not find a place in schools. Here’s why it should
29 Jul 2020
Stand-up comedian Abhishek Kumar’s alter ego Mrs Janaki has got a cult following online with her no-holds-barred takes on current affairs
11 Jul 2020
While caste politics continues to rule the close-knit world of Bharatanatyam, it falls upon hereditary dancers like Nrithya Pillai to educate the masses. But it’s not without some backlash and trauma.
10 Jul 2020
And for some, it comes down to finally indulging in self-care, redefining beauty basics in the process of moving from mere cosmetics to wellness.
06 Jul 2020
Deprived of an app that had been a vital source of entertainment and enterprise, TikTok stars from Chennai mourn its passing in India
02 Jul 2020
Arjjun Chander, founder of Karya Space, talks about the future of coworking spaces in a world put to test by a pandemic
27 Jun 2020
A product of his love for gelato and Chemistry, 15-year-old Tarush Ramdas presents healthier versions of your favourite ice-cream flavours through his venture, Get The Scoop
25 Jun 2020
The sudden change in pace and lifestyle, ushered in by the pandemic-induced lockdown, has had an impact on people’s diet for better or for worse. Chennaiites recount their experiences, and experts we
24 Jun 2020
With shopping for clothes yet to find its space in this virus-riddled world,will saris offer an answer to our prevailing wardrobe woes?
23 Jun 2020
Bank employees, who keep the wheels of the economy turning, feel they are a neglected lot. With banks working at half capacity and many customers knocking on their doors needlessly, staff say they are
21 Jun 2020
With the imbalance in coursework and playtime severe, children’s mental health has become a casualty during this lockdown
19 Jun 2020