Profile of Omair Ahmad
Once repression and injustice drove Muslims towards the State. This couldn’t last, of course, with the ruling system, in every avatar, punishing Muslims for being Muslim.
The secret of the three-floored Gung-The Palace's success is the owner's mother, who keeps a strict watch over the kitchen!
Celebrated filmmaker on his debut novel Ammi—Letter to a Democratic Mother
Pop history gets piping hot as Jodhaa Akbar stirs up a queen-sized row
Husain too has been in flight. Why does no one speak up for his basic freedoms?
As wreckages of Allied planes on WW-II missions surface in Arunachal, America comes looking for its lost airmen
The acclaimed artist on his recent exhibition, Metamorphosis at the Lalit Kala Akademi
The Olympic spirit, where was it? At paranoid, clampdown Rajpath or on the street with Tibet?
More Muslim women protest against biases in the south. Literacy, global pulls aid them.
The theatre director is back in the limelight with After Dark, the last of his trilogy on Delhi
Corrupt Indian peacekeepers in the Congo are marring a legacy
The president of the International Center for Research on Women and a renowned expert on AIDS was in Delhi recently
To cycle in the national capital is to live life on the edge
Across a fractious India, identity battles are being waged figuratively. Statues are at war.
Israel-assisted olive plantations could change Rajasthan's desert landscape
Pitched as chef Hemant Oberoi's reinvention of Indian fine dining, with classic dishes presented in a stylish new way
Entrepreneurs have brought opportunity to the Valley. There's no talk of leaving.
Latest proof of our love for a lighter pelt
Was the past another country? Or were the portents of India 2008 already visible when the country turned 13, in 1960?
...issue slowly overwhelmed everything else
These were happy times for Indian cinema
The big question at that time was, "After Nehru, who?"
Those were radio days.
... was very young, divided and orphaned
...the time when austerity was coming to an end