Anees Salim is an author who doesn’t need the publicity machine. Now, he has the Crossword Book Prize 2014 to prove it.
Given rare access, Indian Express reporter Ashutosh Bhardwaj spent 23 days with the Maoists in Chhattisgharh, living in their camps, sharing their food, watching films on a laptop and debating Mao.
Making (non)sense of the chaos on Indian roads
Here are the top five stories that you should read from EYE edition of The Indian Express.
Listening in on a secret meeting between representatives of India’s national animal and government officials.
In a solo, an actor is alone on stage and aware that every eye in the dim hall full of silhouettes is — and should be — trained on him or her.
Hundreds of women in India spend years at mental hospitals, even after becoming asymptomatic.
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?
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.
Lizards are friendly creatures with bright, happy eyes and a positive outlook. So why are you scared of them?
Nearly six months after the Malin landslide wiped out an entire village, survivors are still trying to come to terms with the way their lives have changed.
Like the road, a song can take you places.
In search of a hot cup of tea in the Canadian Rockies.
We need to ensure that our mobilisations of anger and protest are not always limited to cases where people like you and me are affected
Chef Manu Chandra shares the many influences that have shaped his Christmas menu.