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The street snappers

For photographer Chirodeep Chaudhuri, inspiration came in a place of unspeakable horrors. He was at S-21, the notorious Khmer Rouge prison-turned-museum in Cambodia when he chanced upon a gripping display of black & white mug shots of the prison’s inmates — all of who were finally...   | Read..
 
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The Tiger’s lair

There is the cliché that ‘cricket is an Indian game accidentally discovered by the British’. Perhaps it is also p...   | Read..
 
PROFILE

Making a mark

Nawazuddin Siddiqui is on a roll. For years, the actor survived on one-scene roles before he could even graduate to meatie...   | Read..
 
TRAVELOUGE

Paradise found

The legend is that this is the original Garden of Eden. And it wasn’t tough to believe as we walked under the gigantic ...   | Read..
 
FASHION

Art on your sleeve

when you own a piece of Mahmood, you own a piece of art. Yes, the fashion experience today is a lot about art. The trend mig...   | Read..
 
TECHNOCOOL

Sharp focus

Take a close look at the image above these words. What if I told you it was taken by a slim point-and-shoot camera running th...   | Read..
 
TURNING POINT

A Cinderella story

The most defining turning point came in my life when I won the first season of the model talent search reality show, Get G...   | Read..
 
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