October 22, 2020

Harsh Kabra

  • Brett Lee
    Brett Lee

    The cricketer on his musical side and White Shoe Theory, his band that recently toured India

  • Where Can Meets Able
    Where Can Meets Able

    Here, cured leprosy patients get a vocation and a new life

  • Seeing In The Dark
    Seeing In The Dark

    Buddhism returns to its birthplace as urban Indians find in it an emotional anchor for their troubled lives

  • Aid On Many Fronts
    Aid On Many Fronts

    One organisation's three-decade-long fight against poverty and ignorance in Pune's slums

  • Everyone's Called To The Buffet
    Everyone's Called To The Buffet

    Gift a loved one the joy of feeding poor kids or buying spectacles for someone at a home for the aged

  • Vikrant Chougule
    Vikrant Chougule

    MD, Chateau Indage (Leisure Division), one of India's largest producers of still and sparkling wines, on...

  • The Law As A Samaritan
    The Law As A Samaritan

    It's not enough to tell the persecuted about their rights; the law too must firm up

  • Make A New Family In Autumn
    Make A New Family In Autumn

    Aging parents of NRIs form support groups to make friends and influence people

  • The Sword Won't Let The Ink Dry
    The Sword Won't Let The Ink Dry

    Just when it seemed the ghosts of American scholar James W. Laine's controversial book on Shivaji had been...

  • The Poet In His Private Prison
    The Poet In His Private Prison

    Lifers penning and reciting verse: that's just one way solutions to special needs can be truly creative

  • Rocks Are Forever
    Rocks Are Forever

    A maverick businessman is setting up a fossil museum in Shirdi, a stone's throw away from Sai Baba's shrine....

  • No Peace Gong This
    No Peace Gong This

  • Brother Of Illusion
    Brother Of Illusion

    P.C. Sorcar's other son makes magic from technology

  • A Rainbow Inside
    A Rainbow Inside

    By mapping the human body's energy fields, researchers are unravelling new ways to find and fight disease

  • T. Padmanabhan
    T. Padmanabhan

    Astrophysicist

  • The Man Who Caught Rain
    The Man Who Caught Rain

    In Vidarbha's parched Morshi tehsil, a retired IPS officer shows how to harvest rainwater

  • Polished Politicos
    Polished Politicos

    A course opens in Pune for budding MPs and MLAs

  • Red Robes, White Terror
    Red Robes, White Terror

  • The Sweet Fruits Of Graft
    The Sweet Fruits Of Graft

    He speaks a language of the soil—one that has transformed the fields in a Maharashtra village

  • Amol Palekar
    Amol Palekar

    His forthcoming film Paheli is based on Duvidha, a Rajasthani novel by Vijaydan Detha, and produced by...

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