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Families in Food: One for All Seasons
Sun, Sep 23, 2018

Delhi’s Evergreen Sweet House offers a staggering array of sweetmeats and savouries.

The Boy Around the Corner
Fri, Sep 14, 2018

Tracing the journey of Om Singh from Delhi’s Salaam Baalak Trust — the second lead in the just-released Manoj Bajpayee-starrer Gali Guleiyan

Premiering on Wheels
Fri, Aug 24, 2018

If a multiplex can’t be built in smaller towns, new initiatives ensure it can at least travel there — taking movies to more people.

Out of Exile: A Family Album
Thu, Aug 23, 2018

An exhibition of vintage photographs peeks into the intriguing life of an exiled Nepal premier

Iranian women are ready to stand up for their rights: Activist Masih Alinejad
Sun, Aug 19, 2018

Activist Masih Alinejad on growing up in Iran, inspiring social media resistance and why her countrywomen are letting the hijab slide.

From Granny’s Kitty
Fri, Aug 10, 2018

A Bengaluru ‘non-restaurant’ brings an international touch to the Capital

Seeking Refuge in Dance
Tue, Aug 07, 2018

Bharatanatyam guru Saroja Vaidyanathan’s disciples will depict the plight of refugees in India

Look Back in Hope
Thu, Aug 02, 2018

Sonam Kalra on an experiential, multidisciplinary performance created from the poetry, memories and stories of Partition.

Perched, Parched
Mon, Jul 30, 2018

A series of tree walks in Delhi, in the wake of the move to fell 16,000 trees to develop housing complexes, sensitises participants on what trees mean to the city’s ecology, flora and fauna, and its residents

When Childhood Goes Missing
Tue, Jul 17, 2018

A short film on commercial child trafficking addresses the need to punish customers and curb demand

Baul-ed Over
Tue, Jul 10, 2018

Former foreign secretary Muchkund Dubey brings poetry by baul doyen Lalon to Hindi readers.

Faces of the Nation: The black-and-white portraits of Ajay Jain’s new photo book, Indians
Tue, Jul 03, 2018

The black-and-white portraits of Ajay Jain’s new photo book, Indians, tell stories of the past, with hopes of a future. Inspired by Bill Bryson, the 48-year-old travel blogger, writer, photographer and cafe owner has come out with nine books so far.

Adventures of a Little Prince
Thu, Jun 28, 2018

How Bengali food fantasy, Rainbow Jelly, with a special child in the lead role, has changed his life for the better

Stirring the Still Air
Mon, Jun 04, 2018

Jatin Das’ mammoth exhibition in Delhi brings together 500 of the 8,500 hand fans that the veteran artist has procured from around the world

Preservation of the Dark Arts
Wed, May 30, 2018

Actor and filmmaker Anindya Pulak Banerjee on his recent film Watchmaker, employing German Expressionism and the concept of ‘anti-logic’

I’m a target because I’m an outsider: Sanskrit scholar Sheldon Pollock
Mon, Jun 04, 2018

Sanskrit scholar Sheldon Pollock, 70, who was in India recently, speaks on the relevance of Sanskrit in India today, dealing with hate and why he has never approached language through the prism of religion.

Mind Your Language
Wed, May 16, 2018

National Award-winning films along with the best of regional cinema will be showcased in Delhi over the next 10 days as part of the 13th Habitat Film Festival.

Yesterday Once More
Mon, May 14, 2018

Satyajit Ray is here to stay. The master’s many languages – cinema, literature and art – are the subject of a retrospective in Delhi.

Saving Earth, One Tale at a Time
Mon, May 14, 2018

National Geographic and Artistes’ collective Kommune bring together stories that champion sustainable living in different corners of the country

Blowin’ in the Wind
Mon, May 14, 2018

Urban folk musician Arko Mukhaerjee on creating a band with guitar giant Amyt Datta, singing tunes that don’t belong to a place and how RD Burman ‘wrongly adapted’ rumba into a ‘sick disco number’

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