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Is this empowerment?
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India, on a miniature scale
Architect Gautam Bhatia has used Rajasthani miniature paintings to illustrate his just-released graphic novel Lie: A Traditional Tale of Modern India. Excerpts from an exclusive interview:
‘Writing was my passion, not software'
Techie-cum-author Dilip D'Souza on life in the U.S. and his latest book, Roadrunner.
No rules, forms or prescribed technique. Butoh is a discovery of inner movements, says noted Butoh dancer Atsushi Takenouchi in a conversation.
Exercising to live…
…is the right way, says sports medicine consultant Dr. Kannan Pughazhendi, whose approach to sports injuries, orthopaedic problems or age-related disease is “not to allow pain to dominate”.
What's the flavour of this season?
As global fashion moves from lavish casual to high edgy, SUPRIYA HIMANSHU checks out what's hot this season.
Kaleidoscope of colours
The Rann Utsav, held over three days, is an ideal gateway to the culture and life of the Kutchis in this vast expanse of a landscape that is rugged and arid…
Westend in the East
Will the East and West finally meet on stage? The Bridge Project, which has brought a lavish production of ‘The Tempest' to Singapore, aims to connect cultures through theatre, recreating the magic of Shakespeare for an Asian audience...
Reap the whirlwind
Abortion is a choice filled with moral ambivalences. JO CHOPRA seeks answers to who lies at the very bottom of the pile of ‘wantedness' …
Fascism of division of labour
When celebrities compartmentalise their lives into convenient ‘public' and ‘private' selves, they are making way for fascism to take root…
Built on the courage of dreams
A school started by bank employees? Radhika Kanavi visits IBEA high school, near Pattukottai in Tamil Nadu, born of the passion and commitment of the employees of a nationalised bank.
There is much to do in Singapore: shopping, sightseeing and, of course, checking out the wide variety of restaurants that offer a range of epicurean delights.
The fine cuts, design and detail of Minawala Jewellers’ new collection draws attention to creative craftsmanship in the use of semi-precious stones. Apart from being ageless, the collection is also unique, vibrant and ...
On the wild side
With animal prints becoming a fashion classic, ROCIA introduces the Wild & Stylish range of animal prints on shoes, sandals, bootees, ballet flats and haute stilettos. From leopard prints to croc embossing, and stylish zebra stripes, ...
As the incidence of tuberculosis and diabetes increases, a fresh look at the link between the two is needed.
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