There’s no way of telling the state is recovering from such a calamity. It’s only when one crosses junkyards with discarded doors and cupboards, and mechanic shops filled like parking lots with disused cars, that reality dawns.
Google Arts & Culture is attempting to document the vast, rich tapestry of history and its present in the online exhibition, “The Railways — Lifeline of a Nation”.
A Mumbai exhibition revisits the works of the late modern artist Mohan Samant — the forgotten among the Bombay Progressives.
Not cappuccino, order a ‘capo in b’ at Europe’s coffee capital and sip on Trieste’s Habsburgian past.
How this year’s Magsaysay-winner Bharat Vatwani tapped into the art world to reunite destitutes suffering from mental illnesses with their families.
Roshan di Kulfi in Delhi’s Karol Bagh has been satiating the city’s sweet cravings for seven decades.
Much like humans, animals have fashioned their own tools — with far less devastating consequences.
New Zealand’s Sanctuary Mountain’s conservation method spells wonders for its flora, fauna.
For generations, Ramnagar’s locals have been protecting Sita’s grove at Sitabani, where she is believed to have lived in exile.
While it may not be fitting to suggest that the modern thali descended from the temple thaal, some of earliest records of food assembled on a platter, called naivedya, date to the 11th century.
WhatsApp Uncle talks about how the road to knowledge and votes is paved with difficulties.
Rahi Anil Barve on directing the all-consuming Tumbbad, the primal emotions of greed and fear, and why box-office returns are crucial.
Anil Dhawan on his big-screen comeback with Andhadhun, his love for the ’70s and his favourite co-actors.
Actor Tanushree Dutta on why she started the #MeToo fire in Bollywood.
Kajol gets candid about the lack of good scripts, the changing treatment of woman characters, and playing mother to a teenager in her latest film.
Once, Delhi’s mohallas came alive to celebrate the Ramleela. It is now a forgotten memory.
The recent spate of deaths of Asiatic lions in Gir forest reiterates the need for a new habitat for the animal as well as the creation of a sustainable human-animal environment.
The church was originally built by Portuguese Franciscans in the late 1500s and went through three renovations as it expanded. Correa was commissioned the revamp in 1974.
There’s nothing sweet about the honey badger except its intention to kill. Be warned, this guy is no Gandhian and has retained the Guinness Book of World Records title as “the world’s most fearless creature” on what seems to be a permanent basis.
Writer Anita Nair, 52, on her new novel, writing about male entitlement and why a woman’s quest for identity will continue to be challenged.