Band of politics - 1 month ago
Manisha Pande meets Swaang, a band that recently released their song Maa Nee Meri, in response to the Delhi gang rape in December.
Mark A Godsey scripts a return to innocence - 1 month ago
The director of the Ohio chapter of Innocence Project, dedicated to exonerating wrongfully convicted individuals through DNA testing, speaks with Manisha Pande.
Women's Day Special: Braving Delhi on auto mode - 2 months ago
She's not sure if it was survival instincts or a fit of courage that saved her from meeting the same fate as countless other dowry victims.
Bang for the buck! That's all rail travellers want - 2 months ago
Fifty-two-year-old Prabha Devi's was left wounded with her bangles breaking and injuring her wrists, courtesy stampede-like situation caused by a huge crowd trying to board the unreserved class compartment.
A litti bit more - 2 months ago
When Arun Gupta (23) finished his MBA from Mumbai University, he decided to junk the comfy placement process to start his own venture. His risk-taking venture was a new product and, as far as world of IT is concerned, Arun's idea was truly unconventional.
No rising: Where have the capital's protesters gone? - 3 months ago
On December 16, the national capital was shaken out of its slumber with the brutal gang rape of a 23-year-old paramedical student.
The child isnt in the govts good books - 3 months ago
Budgetary allocation of 58% has failed to make any significant dent on malnutrition.
Make way for the Indie - 3 months ago
The reason you may not have seen some of the best films made in India is that theres no place for our independent, or indie, filmmakers to show their work, writes Manisha Pande.
The art of manufacturing outrage - 3 months ago
Prime-time hyperbole would have you believe that a threatening, passionate crowd of women have gathered outside the Delhi Art Gallery to protest against the exhibition, The Naked and the Nude.
Gautam Bhatia: The potty art of political satire - 3 months ago
Theres a small booth with fibreglass sculptures thats producing much mirth among ordinary spectators at the fifth edition of the India Art Fair. Gautam Bhatia may run the risk of a ban or an FIR considering the current climate of cultural emergency in India. But his deeply satirical sculptures on politics and Indian politician has got people to stop, stare and engage.