Dr Melanie Joy's book, 'Why We Love Dogs, Eat Pigs and Wear Cows (2010)', comments on industrialised animal food production that chases cost-effective methods with an absolute disregard for animal rights.
Marrying modern cooking techniques with regional Indian flavours, Sujan Sarkar stirs up ingenious inventions in his kitchen, as witnessed in the Kadak Naan and Charred Corn Roti, served with corn mousse.
Unlike most bakeries, their goods don’t arrive in the morning to be polished off through the day. Instead, they float out of the kitchen, perennially, impregnating the air with the distinctly comforting smell of freshly baked bread.
Photographer Ketaki Sheth’s new show goes in search of the flickering life in forgotten photo studios. Her latest book and exhibition make a spirited defence of that which has, under the onslaught of the digital medium, been eased out of the spotlight.
From a man jailed for 46 days under Section 377 to an IIT graduate who almost left the country, from an activist who began decades ago to the first transgender to register her marriage — the petitioners and their counsel who scripted history.