Things to Remember on Women’s Day

Ruchika Sharma, on the socialisation of gender roles, the need for feminism and the marketing gimmicks that overshadow the struggles of the women’s movement. Although I am proud, happy and content with being a... Read More...

Before Crashing To Earth

Curated by Rahul Bhattacharya, Mansi Trivedi’s latest exhibition takes you back to the organic beauty of nature that is often overlooked in the everyday grind of urban living Artist, Mansi Trivedi, has been dw... Read More...

A Love Letter to Kochi

Rohini Kejriwal, travelled to the seaside town for the Kochi Biennale and discovered that the city had as much of an effect on her as the art she experienced Over the years, I had amassed all kinds of feedback... Read More...

Band Pick: Barty’s Path

Shruti Sunderraman, talks to Arjun Iyer and discovers that his no-nonsense approach to life spills into his moniker, Barty’s Path’s, highly experimental album, Where Is Everybody? and EP, Pascal ka Daava At so... Read More...

Free School Under A Metro Bridge

Alice Sharma and Dipnendu Choudhury spend a day observing what it’s like to study in a free open air school under a bridge. Every two minutes, a metro rail whizzes past and the bridge rattles ever so slightly.... Read More...

Movie Banned for Being Too Feminist

The Censor Board has denied a censor certificate to a movie on the grounds of it being too ‘lady oriented’, writes Samarth Singhal While the world has moved on from the Bechdel Test to F ratings, the ultra-con... Read More...

Kurt Cobain: 50 years on

What would the legendary grunge rocker be like if he was still alive? And why are we still obsessed with him? Asks Samarth Singhal If Kurt Cobain were alive, he would have turned 50 today. The 1990s cult icon ... Read More...