Though not as glamourous, moths are similar to butterflies, but more evolved than them.
If you are looking for portability and a big screen, then the Note Pro is a good device, even if the price is steep.
An urban legend in Kolkata, who believes that the sun goes around the earth, is now the subject of a documentary film.
The Swedes’ obsession with design turns into a celebration of excellence during the Stockholm Design Week.
Israeli-born Sephi Bergerson’s images document the clockwork precision of the last leg of the polio eradication drive in India.
Our taxi drivers are not as bad as they are made out to be.
In her latest work, File Room, Dayanita Singh frees her prints from the exhibition walls, and presses them between the folds of a book.
From actors to doctors and army majors—the outsiders who have stepped out of their day jobs and stepped in to run Campaign 2014.
A former major in the Indian army, Mohan is punctual and energetic, and infectiously upbeat.
Paying Guest raises the question of money versus love, but is essentially a romance.
As an anthropologist, Graeber looked at material that economists usually do not, such as the history of cultures.
In her latest avatar as a politician, Rakhi Sawant jumps on the campaign wagon and promises swift action to those who care to listen to her.
The complex physics of their flight has always inspired humans.
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Bengali writer Manoranjan Byapari on his journey from a life on the streets to the literary world, and why he doesn’t like the Dalit author tag.
In 1994, Andaz Apna Apna barely made a dent in the box office. 20 years later, it is a cult classic.
The Indian mommy in advertisements needs to get a life beyond the children and the family.
With polite drivers, autos on call and GPS-enabled trip meters, the autorickshaw is getting a makeover in Chennai and Bangalore.
Pradip Krishen on his new book on the trees of central India, and why he won’t direct a film again.
In which the author goes to buy a packet of butterfly tea and a bottle of well water.
The Datawind Pocketsurfer 3G5 is here to bridge the digital divide. We answer six questions about the cheapest phablet.
The ability to capture private images is breeding a dangerous form of digital shaming.
An independent archivist’s latest book, Theatrescapes, takes her readers on a visual journey of the history of Indian theatre.
Nasreen Munni Kabir on her latest book on Waheeda Rehman and her passion for archiving Hindi cinema.
Design ideas build on the rich sediment of traditional crafts have changed slowly, because of the imagination of nameless artists.
A boy from the red-light district of Kolkata is selected to train with Manchester United.
The last couple of years have been a downward slide for Yashraj Films
Cricket in J&K is about playing with little support, and winning. Where it is possible to cheer for Pakistan.
Curated memories of the 2008 earthquake come alive in the Chinese town of Chengdu, a disaster tourism destination
A Pakistani novel shows what makes for a good work of chick lit.
Pakistani novelist Kamila Shamsie on excavating forgotten lands and watching them turn into three-dimensional spaces.
Eight years after her debut film, Kangana Ranaut has finally found her moment in the sun with Queen.