The many oddities of Museum Siam in Bangkok include the controversial 'tuk-tuk' dress of Miss Thailand 2015 and Thai propaganda material.
Visitors are encouraged to make their own blends, including weighing, mixing, roasting and grinding.
Tanzanians confess to living life “pole pole”, which means “slowly slowly”.
Chache Di Hatti in G-block market, close to Kirori Mal College, has been a favourite haunt for several generations of students.
The pioneering Nigerian performance artiste on drawing upon contemporary politics for his art.
Sedition is the secular descendant of the European tradition of persecuting people who oppose some element of the social order.
“When sleepless in siasat PM Modi received agni kesh President Trump, why were ppl of Dilli doing bad things?”
The annual migration of the Monarch butterfly in the US is one of Mother Nature’s technological triumphs. And their fight against predators, parasites and habitat degradation a triumph of their will.
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Actor Richa Chadha talks about finding her feet in the film industry, tackling trolls with humour and being called a filmi Naxal.
Marina Tabassum on working with the local, centrality of the central space in buildings, and creating a seed fund to help women build
Actor Taapsee Pannu on fighting Bollywood’s gender bias and why she won’t take a sick day
Rodricks’s generosity and memories of his humility now seam a village. His benevolence speaks across the village, in the local gym, and the village schools where toppers receive a scholarships in the name of his parents, Felix and Greta.
Fashion doesn’t conform to space and time, has no limits, and is constantly about change, says the Ahmedabad-based Padma Bhushan-recipient architect
The Ahmedabad-based architect talks about 'vernacular' architecture, keeping in mind the country's limitations and people's plight instead of building symbols of falsehood, and his new book on the wooden architecture of Kerala
Despite the passage of time, the gift that cousins nurture for each other is one of shared memories and unbridled joy.
The UK-based debutante writer, who trains the lens on poverty in her refusal to explain India to her Western readers, rues that the only Indian writers people in the UK have read are Booker Prize winners, and how it's still difficult for writers of colour to get published
Conversations around mental health are often stymied by the lack of appropriate vocabulary in vernacular languages
If we are okay with the idea that social media feeds curate and show us a friendscape that an algorithm decides, why is it difficult to imagine that it can also customise borders, divisions, and maps to the location of the user?
There is much to learn from our feathered friends and neighbours.