Wednesday, Mar 04, 2015
March 1, 20151:00 am
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Walk through a meadow and watch these creatures leap madly all around you

March 1, 20151:00 am
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Me Hijra, Me Laxmi charts her journey from a young boy confused about his sexuality to his decision to become a hijra and the activism that has formed the basis of her work.

February 22, 20151:06 am
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So, armed with a short 135 mm lens on a hefty Russian SLR, I would take myself off to a spot on Marine Drive where the birds came.

February 22, 20151:00 am
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Dharavi’s rap trio, Dopeadelicz, keep it real with songs about running from the Mumbai police, and legalising marijuana.

February 22, 20151:00 am
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The more technologies become light, seductive, easy, and connected, the more we are losing control over what we can do with and through them.

February 23, 20153:10 pm
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How does she express love and desire, and how does she deal with rejection?

February 22, 20151:00 am
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Hindi poet and writer Vinod Kumar Shukla on the thin line between imagination and reality and why an author’s body of work needs to be looked at in continuum.

February 15, 20151:38 am
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Over-confident teens invariably crash against the walls of the house and have to be rescued as they lie bewildered in the garden, playing dead as you approach.

February 15, 20151:00 am
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Hundreds of women in India spend years at mental hospitals, even after becoming asymptomatic.

February 15, 20151:00 am
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India is a funny country without a sense of humour. And stand-up comics have been watching their mouth long before the moral brigade got the All India Bakchod to zip up.

February 15, 20151:00 am
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Residents of the sinking Ghoramara island in the Sunderbans have been moving inland for the last decade or so, but how long can they do so?

February 15, 20151:00 am
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Technology has made it easy to play with books. But what do you do with a volume that decides if it wants to be read or not?

February 15, 20151:00 am
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Two decades after Badshah Khan passed away, a young activist from Farrukhabad, UP, Faisal Khan, found in him an inspirational figure who could show youth a path that transcends communal passions of politics.

February 8, 20157:00 am
Sriram Raghavan

Sriram Raghavan on growing up on movies and crime fiction, why characters are important for a thriller, and his new film 'Badlapur'

February 8, 20157:00 am
The Interview

Everybody should have the freedom to watch comedy, participate in it or do it

February 8, 20151:00 am
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The voice behind your digital boyfriend may be your next-door neighbour or somebody who lives in your house.

February 8, 20151:00 am
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A documentary photographer travels across India mapping the Lok Sabha and Assembly elections.

February 8, 20151:00 am
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Happily, for the most part, the butterfly flexes its wings for an hour or so, and then it is away — erratic, flipsy-flopsy — a beauty born out of a beast.

February 8, 20154:40 pm
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Widening highways and new townships threaten the big cat’s lifeline of interconnected forest corridors.

February 1, 201511:21 am
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What is it like to be World No. 500 on the tennis circuit? Story of Prashanth from Chennai and his life.

February 1, 20151:01 am
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In her works, Lipi focusses on her muse’s “reversed experiences” in life. She compares her own life with Anonnya’s through videos, installations and photographs.

February 1, 20151:00 am
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Set in London in the 1920s, The Paying Guests features Frances Wray and her widowed mother who have fallen on hard times after World War I.

February 1, 20151:00 am
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Zafar Futehally’s recently published memoir brings back fond memories of one of India’s most popular ornithologists and closet peacekeeper.

February 1, 20151:00 am
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But the forest owlet is diurnal and that would not work in the city — at the best of times, owls are heckled and mobbed by other birds, which is why they hunt at night.

January 25, 201511:14 am
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French tennis star Bartoli on her India connection & why you don’t need to be a looker to win Wimbledon.

January 25, 20151:01 am
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Reclusive artist Anju Dodiya on experimenting with her sense of self, being influenced by swedish filmmaker Ingmar Bergman and seizing the moment.

January 25, 20151:00 am
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People are suddenly going back to their time-lines and posting the first-ever profile picture they ever posted on Facebook.

January 28, 20152:40 pm
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On January 28, Pandit Jasraj turns 85. He represents the last of a generation of classical vocalists.

January 18, 20158:00 am
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Ahead of his next film, Tamil actor Dhanush talks about being pushed into acting as a 16-year-old, his father’s struggle and being judged by his appearance.

January 18, 20157:00 am
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Priyatama is about how a couple handles a hasty marriage.

January 18, 20151:00 am
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Lizards are friendly creatures with bright, happy eyes and a positive outlook. So why are you scared of them?

January 18, 20151:00 am
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Over the years, Sudder Street has grown as a backpacker’s haven, a reliable fleamarket for hip clothes and accessories, a neighbourhood full of cheap, good restaurants, and as the bhadrolok will tell you, a den of decadence.

January 18, 20151:00 am
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What happens to those thousands of letters which never reach their destination? In the Returned Letter Offices across the country, love letters and wish lists, invites and petitions come to die.

January 18, 20151:00 am
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David Davidar’s anthology of Indian stories is a mix of the predictable and surprising.

January 11, 20156:00 am
Girish Kulkarni

Girish Kulkarni talks about quitting engineering for acting and his journey from Pune’s amateur theatre circuit to becoming one of the forces behind new-wave Marathi cinema.

January 11, 20156:00 am
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For a Hindi cinema familiar, The Interval is a sacred space, arriving bang in the middle of the film.

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