ARTS and CULTURE
Ahmedabad artists keep hope and creativity alive in the time of COVID-19
Lucknow all set for a makeover with sculptures from scrap metal
How graffiti art is paving the way for women empowerment and social change
Nostalgia: No more frolicking on the ice in Shimla
Students begin crusade to save East Kolkata Wetlands
Quaint book café in Shimla, inspired by Kullu’s, a vibrant cultural landmark today
Anecdotes and nostalgia are all that remain around single screen theatres in Kolkata
New whine in old cities: What’s in a name?
Beating violence with education: How Education City in Dantewada is showing the way
Birds in traditional art form: How a Bengaluru birdwatcher celebrated Navaratri
When Kolkata loses old world charm and the Pujo isn’t the same anymore…
India’s café revolution: Helping the marginalised find their feet
Tête-à-tête with Mumbai’s own Bappa
What do smart cities mean for the 99%? Nothing!
What do the commonest among the common men in our country really want? And what kind of space and acceptance do they find in the cities to which they migrate? A chance conversation with a young director of a National Award-winning film, who has filmed such people extensively, reveals stark urban realities that we often overlook.