Feminism and fashion need not be foes, but in present times, protesting the tyranny of fashion need not be confined to feminists
Suburbs that showcased rich architecture are now pale shadows of their distinct identity
Like his reluctant entry in politics, Rajiv Gandhi was also slow to grab opportunities for India’s growth when he was prime minister
As a wildlife biologist, I’ve always been inclined towards behaviour and evolutionary biology than genetics and molecular biology.
A round-up of some Parsi specialty stores in the festive week of Navroze and Khordad Sal
What is your relationship with sound? What sounds make you happy, afraid or sad? Sounds can be a trigger for a story. That was how Priya Sen began. I was at a Digital Story Telling Workshop for the blind, with visually-challenged students from various Mumbai colleges participating at the session.
It seems as if the prices of apartments in the city rise every other year, while the quality of materials used to build them only falls
To see Frida Kahlo’s self-portraits firsthand is to feel the pulsating throb of your heart and sense a frisson extending through your body
While no country in the world categorically recognises Kashmir’s accession to India, they all accept Balochistan’s accession to Pakistan
What does the tussle between the Marathas and Dalits hold in store for Maharashtra
More venues and festivals need to liven up the city’s annual music calendar
These Games have so far been a treat, even if India is focused less on our athletes and more on Modi's cronies living it up in Rio
Dilip Chitre, Arun Kolatkar, Nissim Ezekiel — a chosen few know of them despite their huge contributions to India’s art or literary scene
Aboriginal artist Mirdidingkingathi Juwarnda Sally Gabori’s work is arresting in a way that it actually dislocates the body
Commenting on injustice in society, the play Khidki will make the audience laugh and feel uneasy at the same time with its hard truths
The opportunity to showcase India’s finest weaves, textiles and styles was missed at the world's biggest sporting spectacle
The Savitri bridge tragedy exposes many chinks in our infrastructure agencies
Modi might seem silent on the issue, but he is sending Kashmir a cruel message each time hundreds of civilians are injured there
August Kranti Day, this week, is time to explore the paths around Gowalia Tank’s historic maidan
Once in a while, you are treated to a film that leaves your senses reeling, that you will savour for years after.