Debjani paul

Articles By Debjani paul

Inside Out

Artist Prabhakar Singh uses scrap material to give shape to his sculptures that highlight what’s hidden.

Bee For and After

UK-based Laila Khan film Before I Was Me,which discusses gender dysphoria,will be screened in India for the first time.

Bee For and After

Laila Khan brings her film Before I Was Me to India for the first time which discusses gender dysphoria through the life of its protagonist Charlie.

Bee For and After

Laila Khan brings her film Before I Was Me to India for the first time which discusses gender dysphoria through the life of its protagonist Charlie.

Transforming Thought

Before I was Me,set to be shown in the city as part of its first screenings in India,looks into issues related to gender dysphoria.

Thank You for the Music

Kersi Lord,whose family has helped make some of the most popular classic Hindi film music,talks about life as a musician and arranger

Oz You Like It

Pop singer Kate Miller-Heidke is among the artistes performing in the city as part of the Aussie BBQ.

Dogged Rescue

A level one canine first aid course hosted in the city,drew a number of animal lovers.

A Familiar tune

This year’s edition of Swarbhaskar Mahotsav,the classical arts festival,belongs to second-generation musicians.

Live Wire

blueFrog is pening its amphitheatre to music lovers in Pune next month.

Mixtape Master

Fresh off his debut EP release,independent artiste Nikhil Kaul will perform in the city as part of a multi-city tour.

Changing Narratives

Recognised by Granta among the most promising young authors,British authors Nadifa Mohamed and David Szalay talk about the rise of multicultural writing in literature.

Pune-based yoga,Vedanta gurus recall their time with Sachin

B K S Iyengar had help the cricketer manage his foot problems with tailor-made exercises; Parthasarathy had advised him on retirement.

Rolling in the Deep

With restaurants in the city serving handmade pasta,patrons are getting fresh and authentic flavours of the Italian dish.

A Silent Jibe

Pixel Perfect

Independent filmmakers get a leg-up as film festivals now showcase digitally-shot works and the government opens up to subsidies.

Meating Point

It takes a trained eye to pick the right fish or meat,says chefs in the city

Rap on a Roll

Considered the father of the fast-talking style that ultimately led to what we know as rap,Anthony Henry will bring a mixed set-list to the city

Rooted in Tradition

Manipuri playwright and theatre director Ratan Thiyam,who will receive the Bhupen Hazarika National Award in the city,sees theatre as a composite art form.

Cracker sales dip,school initiatives get ‘credit’

Prasad Dashrath,owner of Sahakarnagar Fataka Mart in Sahakar Nagar,says that rising prices have little to do with the decreasing firecracker sales.

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