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Surbhi Gupta


Found in Translation
Thu, Oct 05, 2017

An anthology of translated short stories by noted Bangla writers from around the world has been launched for Indian readers

Get a Laugh
Sat, Sep 30, 2017

Gurugram-based Jeeveshu Ahluwalia on his shift to comedy, his self-deprecating humour and not getting killed for roasting

Of Their Shared Past
Sat, Sep 23, 2017

Bharatanatyam dancer Jyotsna Shourie initiates a conversation between Sita and Draupadi

In the grey zone: 12 artists present their in-between interpretations of gender
Fri, Sep 22, 2017

It all started with one question - is the female point of view essentially feminine?

Fair Representation, Virtually
Thu, Sep 21, 2017

A gender-based awareness project, by Feminism in India, is increasing the presence of eminent women from across the country on Wikipedia

No intention to stop Humans of Hindutva, says administrator
Sun, Sep 10, 2017

The administrator had launched the page, in April this year, after a heated exchange with a nationalist friend, and has since then garnered a following of over 90,000 people

Delhi’s latest fashion show, with designs from Tihar
Sun, Sep 10, 2017

Although 24 inmates joined the course, six of them had to discontinue as they were released from the prison. The laboratory is said to be a modern facility with equipment of industrial standards, including pattern tables and sewing machines.

Humans of Hindutva logs off, says not worth taking bullet in head
Sat, Sep 09, 2017

The page, known for its satire and taking potshots at right wingers and Hindu fundamentalists, was started in April and has since then garnered a following of over 90,000 people.

Time Travel
Sat, Sep 09, 2017

Though the book is aimed at a younger readership, it will be just as appealing to all those interested in knowing more about what shaped the nation and the people and events that continue to mould it.

Looking East
Fri, Sep 08, 2017

A group of young vocalists from Delhi present folk music from the Balkan region to the local audience

On a Paper Trail
Thu, Aug 31, 2017

Bibiliophiles are spreading their love of reading with strangers through book sharing initiatives and clubs.

A Place Called Home
Wed, Aug 23, 2017

Artists from India and Pakistan explore the idea of home in an exhibition in Delhi.

He used to be very stylish and had a great sense of aesthetics, says Raghu Rai
Fri, Aug 18, 2017

Raghu Rai sheds light on his elder brother’s role in his photography

On Love and Desire
Sat, Aug 12, 2017

Amitava Kumar on exploring desire like never before and why The Lovers is an “in-between novel”

Dance on the House: Rajasthan’s fourth generation of Kathak performers
Wed, Aug 09, 2017

A family of Kathak dancers and percussionists performed together for the first time on stage

Absent, Sir: Why a trans student dropped out of DU
Sun, Aug 06, 2017

University spaces aren’t welcoming of transgender students.

Music of a People
Thu, Aug 03, 2017

Lawyer-turned-artist Askari Naqvi brings elegiac poetry to the centre with Soz Khwani, a traditional art form of Shia Muslims

The Storytellers Collective
Wed, Aug 02, 2017

An initiative aims to bring the literary and cinematic worlds together, for the love of stories

Trailing Memories
Tue, Jul 25, 2017

Sudha Murty, author and Infosys Foundation Chairperson on her latest book, Three Thousand Stitches, and why she will not write an autobiography.

Laughter is the Best Medicine
Sun, Jul 23, 2017

Sometime in May this year, Ryan Gosling might have discovered that he was an Uttam Santati (customised child, conceived following RSS’s Garbh Vigyan Sanskar project), had he been following the Humans of Hindutva (HOH) page on Facebook. In less than three months, the page has garnered a following of more than 60,000 people.

Not Just a Pretty Picture
Sat, Jul 22, 2017

The Gram Art Project in Maharashtra voices the issues facing farmers through land art

I didn’t chase stardom, says ‘Gurgaon’ actor Akshay Oberoi
Fri, Jul 21, 2017

Actor Akshay Oberoi, remembered for his cameos in Piku and Fitoor, will be seen in a lead role in the upcoming crime thriller, Gurgaon.

Fighting Fit: Angamaly Diaries screening at India Habitat Centre
Tue, Jun 27, 2017

“It is a film that uses the F word, not the one that you’re thinking of. It has food, it is ferocious, it is full hit and it is, inevitably, a film,” said Indian Express film critic Shubhra Gupta, while introducing Angamaly Diaries.

35 of Delhi Police’s best friends get their very own kennels
Wed, Jun 14, 2017

“These dogs play a very important role for the Crime Branch — they sniff out explosives, track criminals and take part in rescue-relief operations.  Hence, the dog squad should be top class, with all required facilities,” said police chief

Mission Olympics: 178 kids of Delhi police officers selected for training
Mon, Jun 12, 2017

“They will be sent for state tournaments. If they win, we will make them take part in national tournaments too. For funding, we will take help from PSUs, banks and those companies who want to contribute to sports through their CSR scheme,” said Dr Sushi Singh, vice-president, PFWS (Police Families Welfare Society)