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November 22, 2017

Move on Up

Divya Guha mingles with rappers in Shillong and discovers an environment of slow progress that has fermented rebellion. Ronny Sen […]
July 19, 2017

Making Their Own Vinyl: Amarrass Records

Manan Kapoor on the only record label that is reviving Vinyl production in India In 1983, the […]
July 19, 2017

Portraits of Indian Gorkhas

Manish Sharma, tries to connect with and decipher his Nepalese roots by photographing people from the same […]
July 19, 2017

The Vanishing Queens

Sukhman Dhillon explores the Tharu tribe and their fast eroding culture in the face of modernity The […]
June 18, 2017

Super-Heroines You Need To Know Of

If you loved Wonder Woman, its time you get acquainted with others like her, writes Neha Pant […]
May 20, 2017

Exposing Propaganda: Pratik Sinha

Manan Kapoor, on living in a post-truth world and how the founder of AltNews is tackling the […]
May 1, 2017

The Sbcltr Mixtape Volume 6

sbcltr recommends the cool new music you should be listening to right now Oh the brutal Indian […]
April 20, 2017

What is 420?

Brynn Holland explains the hazy history of 420 Many believe the term “420” originated from a police […]
March 11, 2017

An Illustrated Guide To UAPA

Prof G.N. Saibaba’s conviction has raised questions against the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (1967). Watch this 8 […]
February 8, 2017

The Return of The Book

The world is witnessing a book renaissance and it is not going to die out any time […]
February 6, 2017

Saudi Arabian Women Take On Patriarchy

Watch this hyper cool music video in which burqa clad women roller blade, drive bump cars, all […]
January 25, 2017

The Art of the Affair: An Illustrated History of Love, Sex, and Artistic Influence

This new book details out the interesting love lives of famous writers and artists This one is […]
January 24, 2017

An Exhibition of Selfies?

The Saatchi Art Gallery London is planning to explore the modern day obsession with self-portraiture as an […]
January 21, 2017

Trumpcast for Inaugration day

Donald Trump made his way to the White house today and, Slate Editor-in-chief Jacob Weisberg continues with […]
January 17, 2017

World’s Last Handwritten Newspaper

Musalman, a Chennai based newspaper is surviving the rush of digitisation and is hand-written every day, writes […]
January 10, 2017

Sanrio’s New Character is Very Relatable

This Panda listens to death metal, is irritable and hates his boss, basically, he is just like […]
January 4, 2017

Donald and Hobbes

Redditors superimpose Donald Trump’s face on Calvin and place text inspired by the Republican presidential candidate bringing […]
December 28, 2016

Mourning Vera Rubin – Physicist Who Discoverd Dark Matter

An astrophysicist, a working mother and a trailblazer for women in science who discovered evidence of dark […]
December 27, 2016

Kabul’s Female Graffitti Master on Arts

An Afghan graffiti artist is boldly taking to the streets with a spray can and hope for […]
December 26, 2016

George Michael

More than just a musician, he was a phenomenon—all heart, rebellious, pushing his limits and brazenly being […]
December 19, 2016

The Spider That Looks Like The Harry Potter Sorting Hat

Indian naturalists just discovered a spider in the Western Ghats that looks like it belongs in the […]
December 5, 2016

Nanok Vs Banks

The video of the new Nanok song borrows from Banks’s video on self-love Monica Dogra and Anushka […]
December 2, 2016

Walking Through India

Rohini Kejriwal talks to Patrick Baddeley, a 62-year-old British man walking 6 hours a day, 6 days a […]
December 1, 2016

Songs From A Railroad

sbcltr reviews the one of a kind album full of only railroad songs English singer-songwriter and left-wing […]
November 30, 2016

You Filthy Rat Bag

This 16-year-old artist is making fun of everyday life in brutal illustrations that tell the truth about […]
November 29, 2016

Ok go’s new 4.2 second video

In their explosive new song, One Moment, the band plays with time bending techniques and advertises for […]
November 24, 2016

Shanghai Like You’ve Never Seen Before

Media artist, JT Singh, takes you on an intimate visual journey of the city and its locals […]
November 18, 2016

Hardwired To Self-Destruct

Metallica goes back to its roots with Hardwired. It’s been eight long years since the disappointing Death […]
November 18, 2016

Dragon Ball Z Energy Attacks For Real

sbcltr gives you a look into the world of Japanese schoolgirls performing superhuman energy attacks. The Japanese […]
November 11, 2016

sbcltr Essential – Leonard Cohen

The sbcltr playlist of the best of Leonard Cohen’s music and poetry. The world is at loss, […]
November 9, 2016

The World’s Loneliest Pig

There is only one pig in all of Afghanistan and his name is Khanzir Khanzir, whose name […]
November 2, 2016

Before The Flood

Before the Flood is Leonardo DiCaprio’s new environmental documentary. Leonardo DiCaprio – the environmentalist and Oscar winning […]
October 19, 2016

The Love Project

Alice Sharma on one woman’s quest to find analog love in a digital world When the world […]
October 18, 2016

Photography: The Past is the Present

Ritam Sengupta accompanies photographer Twisha to a 100 year old photo studio and tries to comprehend how […]
October 10, 2016

Pink Floyd Back Together

A concert may seem unlikely at this point but Pink Floyd has reunited for Gaza, writes Alice […]
September 6, 2016

The Beauty Myth

In a time where youth is a constant obsession, Paromita Bardoloi speaks to seven women above 30 […]
August 25, 2016

Unfair and Lovely

Sonali Verma talks to photographer Arjun Kamath on his latest photo story, Color of our skin and […]
August 24, 2016

How to Play Dungeons and Dragons

Neha Pant discovers the popular role-play game and its timeless appeal There is a reason we are […]
August 19, 2016

Photographs From Yesterday

On world photography day, sbcltr reviews Ronny Sen’s latest series, Chronicles of an Old World Colour  29-year-old […]
August 15, 2016

Dalits and Muslims March for Freedom

On the eve of the 69th Independence Day, Amit Kumar reports from Amreli, Gujarat, where Dalits and […]
August 12, 2016

Sufi Rappers of Kashmir

sbcltr speaks to Mohammad Muneem, the lead vocalist of popular Pune based sufi band, Alif, on the idea […]
August 3, 2016

Harry Potter and The Cursed Child

Yes, Jack Thorne and John Tiffany are no J.K.Rowling. Readers will miss the elaborate dynamics of the […]
June 19, 2016

Recommended Reading

sbcltr recommends the books to read right now Summer is for the brave hearts and we are […]
June 17, 2016

Killing Ishrat Jahan

Sbcltr explains all you need to know about the encounter of Ishrat Jahan and the political controversy […]
May 24, 2016

The Great Indian Drought

Sharmistha Lal reports on the water crisis that has affected 253 districts and 330 million people in the […]
May 19, 2016

Anatomy of a Riot

As the Judicial Commission set up for the Muzaffarnagar riots absolves majoritarian Hindutva and political leadership of communal violence, sbcltr […]
May 14, 2016

The Sbcltr Mixtape: Volume 03

sbcltr recommends the music you should be listening to right now We don’t like summer. It is […]
April 24, 2016

Manufacturing Fantasy

India’s relationship with Game of Thrones goes beyond fandom. Neha Pant on the two manufacturing units of Dehradun […]
April 10, 2016

Art that Liberates

sbcltr speaks to Nimisha Bhanot. The artist behind the Badass Indian Pinups series Cheeky pictures that show […]
April 3, 2016

The Sbcltr Mixtape: Volume 02

sbcltr recommends the best of music out this month In the last month we discovered many things, […]
March 28, 2016

Under Siege: Hyderabad University

Ayesha Minhaz goes undercover at the University of Hyderabad to chronicle the events unfolding there The Cherlapally Central […]
March 19, 2016

Rape Is Legal

Kruttika Kallury explains how India is failing its women by refusing to criminalise marital rape Once upon a […]
March 13, 2016

Popcorn Sundays

sbcltr lists down all the quirky movies you need to watch right now Now that you have […]
March 4, 2016

A Case for Nostalgia

Gunjeet Sra on the unlikely connection between Umberto Eco and Harper Lee Spring isn’t the time for […]
February 24, 2016

Bad Feminists?

Being a woman is just not enough anymore to choose who gets the chance to steer a […]
February 14, 2016

JNU: Anti-Nationals or Free Thinkers?

I don’t want khoon ka tilak or goliyon ki aarti, I don’t want Afzal in every house […]
February 9, 2016

Harassed at Work? So What

The recent appointment of R.K. Pachauri as Vice President of TERI, despite allegations of sexual harassment, prove […]
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