May 15, 2021
the fully loaded magazine
Saluting the bravest
Eat, Pray, Live
'Commercial Cinema Is Showing Signs Of Change '
The noted film-maker on his new film and why it wasn't a part of the recently concluded IFFI.
Oct 23, 2002
Mallika Returns:In A Malayalam Movie
In which the dancer, actress, choreographer, creative head of a TV channel, anchorperson, columnist, activist, celebrity ... makes a comeback
Jun 04, 2001
'I Was Inside
, Almost Living It And Certainly Feeling It'
On her translation of Geetanjali Shree's Mai and the art of translating.
May 02, 2001
Vote For A Cultural Who's Who
This election reveals a motley crew restless to embrace politics
Apr 27, 2001
Of A Leader Without A Pause And A Few Rebels With A Cause
Karunakaran is cool, Antony is livid. And the rebels are restive. Stay tuned to a Congress free-for-all...
Apr 25, 2001
'Recognition For The Language Of My People Is The Biggest Award I Can Win'
The Tamil Dalit writer talks about her autobiographical novel
, its place in Tamil literature, the plight of Dalits and much more.
Apr 25, 2001
'A Number Of Great Indian Writers Are Not Known In The Rest Of The World'
Lakshmi Holmström, whose translation of
, a novel by Tamil writer Bama, is on the Crossword Book Award shortlist, chides mainstream publishers for ignoring writers from other Indian languages
Apr 23, 2001
'I'm Waiting To Write The Book Which Will Slip Out Of My Grasp'
The Hindi writer wonders why in less than a year after
came out in English, she has been reviewed, interviewed, photographed more than in the ten years before that when it was available in Hindi...
Apr 20, 2001
'I Am Ready For a Fight To The Finish'
Crossword Book Award: the Malayalam writer on his writing, memories, death, awards... and Rushdie.
Mar 30, 2001
'I Am Capable Of Sinning Even Now'
On a lazy afternoon Bhupen Khakhar, artist and writer, reveals his true colours
Mar 13, 2001
The renowned director on his profile in
magazine recently, his latest film
and the bankruptcy in mainstream cinema
May 26, 2003
X and Y didn't make the news, Zee did it; The bomb that blew on their face; When the script got botched; Weighing a deadly anchor; Which side are the conservatives?; And a shotgun wedding.
Dec 02, 2002
Nov 11, 2002
Forgotten local histories come alive again, recorded in the present
Nov 11, 2002
On his new film Nizhalkkuthu, releasing abroad in January
Oct 28, 2002
A Miscarried Soap Opera
Oct 21, 2002
The threat is, in fact, a promise of a sequel.
Sep 02, 2002
A Boat-Ride To Hell
Aug 12, 2002
For A Sustainable Concrete Jungle
Jul 29, 2002
The Story's Peg
Jul 22, 2002
Modi Brought India To Its Knees: Mahua Moitra
Israeli Airstrike Destroys Al-Jazeera Office In Gaza
Govt, Public Dropped Guard After 1st Covid Wave: Mohan Bhagwat
Himachal: Corona Curfew Extended Till May 26
Cyclone Tauktae Likely To Intensify Into 'Very Severe Cyclonic' Storm
Born April 18, Died April 20: The Spectacular Fall Of European Super League And Its Aftermath
India In England: Prithvi Shaw Unlucky, Hardik Pandya Needs To Prove All-rounder Credentials
Online Real Money Gaming: Why Present Is Imperfect And Future Is Tense
For IPL Organisers, Loss Of Revenue Seems More Important Than Loss Of Lives Due To COVID
Why Should Boys Have All The Fun? Sports For One And All!
Why Virat Kohli Is Right And ICC Wrong: A Philosopher Looks At DRS
Mamata Banerjee: The Wonder Woman As The Masked Crusader
Farmers To Observe May 26 As ‘Black Day’ To Mark 6 Months Of Protest
‘Havan Yagya Can End Covid’: BJP Leader
11 States, UTs Have More Than One Lakh Active Covid Cases: Centre
Which Covid Strain Causes Post-Vaccination Deaths?
'Uljhan' (The Knot) Explores The Chasm Of Class: Ashish Pant
BCCI Abandoned Bereaved Veda: Lisa
India footballer Lalpekhlua Patrolling River
Opinion | Online Gaming Companies Are Suffering Due To Lack Of Clarity On Legality Of Business Models
Opinion | Online Gaming Industry Can Boost Make In India Initiative
From Pac-Man To PUBG Mobile, Why Esports Threatens To Overtake Cricket In India