Art gazing in Kochi

Art gazing in Kochi

How the two-edition old Kochi Muziris Biennale is taking Indian art to the world, and changing the historical seaside town
Some thoughts on the ways of the press

Some thoughts on the ways of the press

If there is one profession in India that has equality among sexes, it is the media, writes Aakar Patel
175 pairs of shoes

175 pairs of shoes

Designer Narendra Kumar’s pick from his collection of shoes sets the mood for his day
In search of the finest chocolates in Paris

In search of the finest chocolates in Paris

The magic of Jacques Genin, Patrick Roger, and the city’s famed artisanal chocolatiers
Keibul Lamjao: The world’s only floating national park

Keibul Lamjao: The world’s only floating national park

Up close with the endangered brow-antlered deer floating on Manipur’s Loktak Lake
Women and their instruments

Women and their instruments

Meeting the ‘princess of tabla’ and others breaking gender barriers in the male world of Indian classical percussion
Gabbar is back | Film review

Gabbar is back | Film review

Gabbar is back, but you’ll wish he wasn’t
The Mint Planner, 01 May 2015

The Mint Planner, 01 May 2015

From music and movies to dance and drama, there’s plenty to do or experience over the coming week

Art gazing in Kochi

How the two-edition old Kochi Muziris Biennale is taking Indian art to the world, and changing the historical seaside town

Some thoughts on the ways of the press

If there is one profession in India that has equality among sexes, it is the media, writes Aakar Patel

175 pairs of shoes

Designer Narendra Kumar’s pick from his collection of shoes sets the mood for his day

In search of the finest chocolates in Paris

The magic of Jacques Genin, Patrick Roger, and the city’s famed artisanal chocolatiers

Keibul Lamjao: The world’s only floating national park

Up close with the endangered brow-antlered deer floating on Manipur’s Loktak Lake

Women and their instruments

Meeting the ‘princess of tabla’ and others breaking gender barriers in the male world of Indian classical percussion

Gabbar is back | Film review

Gabbar is back, but you’ll wish he wasn’t

The Mint Planner, 01 May 2015

From music and movies to dance and drama, there’s plenty to do or experience over the coming week

Art gazing in Kochi

How the two-edition old Kochi Muziris Biennale is taking Indian art to the world, and changing the historical seaside town

Some thoughts on the ways of the press

If there is one profession in India that has equality among sexes, it is the media, writes Aakar Patel

175 pairs of shoes

Designer Narendra Kumar’s pick from his collection of shoes sets the mood for his day

In search of the finest chocolates in Paris

The magic of Jacques Genin, Patrick Roger, and the city’s famed artisanal chocolatiers

Keibul Lamjao: The world’s only floating national park

Up close with the endangered brow-antlered deer floating on Manipur’s Loktak Lake

Women and their instruments

Meeting the ‘princess of tabla’ and others breaking gender barriers in the male world of Indian classical percussion

Gabbar is back | Film review

Gabbar is back, but you’ll wish he wasn’t

The Mint Planner, 01 May 2015

From music and movies to dance and drama, there’s plenty to do or experience over the coming week

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