Portraits of Indian Gorkhas

Manish Sharma, tries to connect with and decipher his Nepalese roots by photographing people from the same cultural background as him. Right now; I oscillate, From one point to another. Swirling and flowing... Read More...

Exhibition of Rare Film Memorabilia

If you are a movie buff, the Indira Gandhi National Centre for Arts, is exhibiting a rare collection that evokes legendary B.D Garga’s perspective of cinema from his personal archives Bhagwan Das Garga, was In... Read More...

A Somalian In Delhi

The Horizon is an Imaginary Line, is a semi-fictional graphic novel that attempts to illustrate accounts of a young refugee woman in India, writes Neha Pant If there is something that you must read this month,... Read More...

Band Pick—The Vinyl Records

sbcltr caught up with the all-girls rock band to talk about their music process Can you tell us about the evolution of the band that has come to be known as The Vinyl Records and give our readers a brief histo... Read More...

Defying the Multiplex

Priya Bhattacharji on the rise of cinematic events in India and how they are becoming a unique contact zone for filmmakers and film buffs to foster dialogue and collaborations. A decade ago, a college student ... Read More...

The Right To Be Forgotten

The Karnataka government recently allowed a woman to delete personal information from the internet. Suparv Ganguly, writes on what this could mean for the future of privacy laws in India. Sometime in January t... Read More...

The Return of The Book

The world is witnessing a book renaissance and it is not going to die out any time soon, writes Sumir Chandan For years now, industry insiders have been bemoaning the printing apocalypse, but real-tangible boo... Read More...