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Artists of the diaspora
It’s a recurring motif in artist Kanishka Raja’s canvases. A sprawling but empty airport terminus with a slightly ominous air. The viewer stands almost on the edge looking at the desolate scene — there are never any people in these man-mad...  | Read.. 
 
TRENDS
The world’s a stage
Theatre personality Sujoy Prosad Chatterjee recently staged the musical, Songstress, to resounding success. And no, he ...  | Read.. 
 
FITNESS
A sporty edge
Ever wondered what it takes to be an award-winning sports star? Or how boxer Vijender Kumar (with his model-like looks) got ...  | Read.. 
 
FOOD
Flaky wonders
There was a time when a holiday for me meant Manali. Year after year I’d go there — by a rickety state transport bus, on ...  | Read.. 
 
FASHION
A new pin code
It’s perhaps the last word in pin-up chic. And there’s no better way of keeping those ruffles, ruches and pleats of ...  | Read.. 
 
ELAN
Naturally elegant
Style according to you is… ...  | Read.. 
 
FROM THE CELLAR
Making it match
A few weeks ago I was invited to an interesting tasting of the wines of Murcia, a quality wine-producing region in the south ...  | Read.. 
 
TECHNOCOOL
It’s an Eee world
Eeeks! It’s getting harder by the day to deny that Asus is exploiting the Eee brand name now more than ever. What starte ...  | Read.. 
 
TURNING POINT
Tuning in to fame
Music has always been my passion, and I’ve been clued in to the world music scene for a very long time now. It all start ...  | Read.. 
 
(Clockwise from left) Aji V.N.’s untitled charcoal on coloured paper; Kanishka Raja’s Everything Closer Than Everything Else and Praneet Soi’s untitled acrylic on canvas
Artists of the diaspora