Govinda has scripted a comeback that has not gone to plan. Bollywood turned its back on him long ago. But can you love showbiz and not thank him for all the laughs?
Jerry Pinto on his new novel, the crime fiction stories that never get told and the ethical curiosity central to journalism.
Sabyn Javeri’s debut novel tackles some uncomfortable truths around women, power and ambition.
Even though they may be losing out to print, ebooks are the future because they archive the time gone by.
The past lives on in the snow-clad city of Katowice, a modern metropolis and an industrial hub in Poland.
Digital has killed the audio cassette. No one knows this better than Javed Jamal, who is waiting to sell his last batch of 200 cassettes in old Delhi.
Is The Viral Fever a new media organisation that plays by old rules?
Two children under six and a trip that involves four changes and 48 hours. The French Polynesia is worth the hype and the journey across the world.
Survival, in both the animal and the human world, has become of the baddest, not the fittest.
Ritesh Batra talks about straddling two worlds to recreate ’60s Britain for The Sense of an Ending, and how fatherhood changed the filmmaker’s gaze.
The sea of social media around us often drowns the truth, exchanging misinformation for facts.
The darkest hour is often the most beautiful.
The joys of giving and not getting.
Sikh-American activist and filmmaker Valarie Kaur on the spike in hate crimes in the US and why they are inextricably linked to state violence.
A brief history of the sometimes-crumbling, always bustling Connaught Place in Delhi.