The Truth about Cats and Dogs
Two anthologies talk about the most valued pets in Indian homes
25 Feb 2022
Melody on the move
The Mumbai-based organisation, The Sound Space, plans to start ‘Music on Wheels’ that will move around the city’s bastis with a music teacher and an attendant.
19 Feb 2022
‘There are Always Two Sides to a Story’
Following his latest release Looop Lapeta, actor Tahir Raj Bhasin reveals how he gets into the skin of every character he portrays—be it a romantic lead or a villain
05 Feb 2022
Smriti Irani introduces her debut book 'Lal Salaam'
A political thriller set in the backdrop of encounter killings and gruesome murders
22 Jan 2022
Time Travel: Of thinnai, the Stone of Sita and a Pondicherry that was an 'artificial paradise'
The book is beautifully translated from the French original by Blake Smith, a historian who specialises in the cultural exchange between France and India.
02 Jan 2022
‘I write to calm myself down’: Anees Salim
Anees Salim on his latest book and how he finds humour in a house of death while sadness in places buzzing with festivities
11 Dec 2021
'An Unborn Desire' Book Review: Sinister tales
Singapore-based Ananya Mukherjee’s latest book consists of 15 unusual and sometimes macabre short stories.
04 Dec 2021
The enigma of Auroville
A discerning quest for community living, the idealism involved and its implications
13 Nov 2021
Love writers who capture the pulse of life, says Booker Prize longlisted author Alison MacLeod
The Booker Prize longlisted author, Alison MacLeod, talks to Neha Kirpal about her latest novel,
how she pursued Lady Chatterley’s Lover, and writing during the pandemic
22 Oct 2021
'The Sweetness of Water' and 'Moth' book reviews: A war has no victors
Two recent debut novels are powerful family dramas about war. Though set in two diverse parts
of the world, both have one overarching message—that war, ultimately, has no winners.
17 Oct 2021
Laughter and forgetting: A review of Meera Rajagopalan's latest
In a rather fun and unassuming way, the heartwarming tale puts the spotlight on some of possibly the most trending themes of our times.
26 Sep 2021
'When The Wildflowers Bloom' Review: Warp and weft of emotions
The prose is sprinkled with oodles of gentle advice and pearls of wisdom, such as the fact that life gives you only what you expect from it.
11 Sep 2021
Takes two to tango: Ritviz and Nucleya team up to tell stories through music
It is widely known in the eclectic world of indie music that they had wanted to work together and had often discussed it.
04 Sep 2021
'The war of the poor' book review: An unequal war
The book is set during the Protestant Reformation in 16th century Europe.
14 Aug 2021
Singer-lyricist Vineet Singh Hukmani’s latest will make you 'pause, rewind, repeat'
Being genre-agnostic, Hukmani is never tied down by any sound or genre. He is contractually obligated with his global agent Martin Langford to release a song every 45 days.
24 Jul 2021
Klara and the Sun book review: If robots could feel
Klara is a unique Artificial Friend (AF) with unusual insight and outstanding observational qualities. Companions for the youth, AFs get their nourishment from the sun’s rays.
24 Jul 2021
'The Demoness' book review: Fifty years of stories
The 27 stories in this unique compilation serve as a window to the history, society and culture of Bangladesh.
10 Jul 2021
The enigma of Mrs 'Ruttie' Jinnah: A defiant 20th century revolutionary
Ruttie, Rattanbai Maryam Jinnah, wife of Pakistan’s founder, was a scion of one of then-Bombay’s richest Parsee families.
03 Jul 2021
'The Story Quilt Edited & Compiled' book review: A patchwork of tales
This collection of eight children’s stories includes translations from Assamese, Gujarati, Kannada, Kashmiri, Konkani, Maithili, Punjabi and Sindhi.
26 Jun 2021
Fierce and unfiltered: Toronto-based Tamil artist Shan Vincent de Paul's releases new single ‘Savage’
Toronto-based Tamil artist Shan Vincent de Paul is ready with Made in Jaffna, his most compelling project yet
26 Jun 2021
36 dead as roof of temple stepwell collapses in Indore, CM Chouhan visits injured
Right-wing Hindu Americans now seek to stop California from banning caste bias
Hyderabad University accused of casteist grading system in PhD admissions
‘A whole generation of kids’ finds ‘Friends’ offensive: Jennifer Aniston
'I still can't walk properly', says Imran Khan months after assassination attempt
Eight AAP workers held in Gujarat for putting up 'Modi Hatao Desh Bachao' posters