After the success of Soz, her National Award-winning documentary on Kashmir, Sarvnik Kaur’s new film chronicles the lives of Mumbai’s Koli community.
WhatsApp Uncle holds the poor education system responsible for devising words like Urban Naxals.
Pakistani writer Mohammed Hanif on his new novel Red Birds and the war that will go on forever.
What threatens the existence of New Zealand’s pint-sized bird? Over the last few decades, the kiwi along with a few other surviving native species has gained focus with regards to conservation.
From Aboriginal food to a July Christmas, Melbourne always offers an excuse to eat and drink. In Melbourne, the culinary capital of Australia, truffles are riding the contemporary trend wave.
On our closest relatives in the natural world. Since, like it or not, we are all related in this natural world, we might as well make the best of it.
Queer love is legal. Which means that all of us are finally free to find a language that can match our desires.
The difference between train journeys and air travel lies in the pace and perspective. Train rides offer a different, more intimate travel experience.
Delhi’s Evergreen Sweet House offers a staggering array of sweetmeats and savouries.
Screenwriter Kanika Dhillon on writing a story about modern love in Manmarziyaan. Manmarziyaan is set in Amritsar, Dhillon’s hometown, where Rumi and Vicky meet on Tinder.
Two photo books attempt to capture the spirit of a city that has always been vibrantly alive.
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.
The Bombay that Saadat Hasan Manto inhabited fuelled his creative genius and made him the writer that he was. As a new film traces his life and times, a look back at the maverick Urdu writer’s relationship with the city and why he continues to influence literary discourse in the subcontinent.
After the Supreme Court’s reading down of Section 377, coming to terms with religion and society.
Doing That Thing He Does: "Each movie requires a huge amount of time since I also work on the background score. Five have already released — Padman, Raid, Blackmail, Bhavesh Joshi Superhero and Manmarziyaan", says Amit Trivedi.
That Moment in Time: Over the years, he has photographed celebrities — late musician Michael Jackson, former US president Barack Obama, actors Jennifer Aniston, Robert Downey Jr and OJ Simpson, among others.
Is India ready for decriminalisation of homosexuality? The answer is that it has been for quite some time.
Indore’s Rana Manvendra Singh Barwani, who won this year’s Lorin Tryon Trophy at Pebble Beach Concours d’Elegance, US, has been restoring and promoting vintage cars for decades.
Konkani writer Damodar Mauzo on finding his name on a hitlist, life under police protection and why he calls Gulzar every few days.
The harm done by Section 377 to individuals like me — those romantically and sexually attracted to others of the same sex — was devastating.