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From daring to dream to busting myths

myth and stigma around tuberculosis in the country, tennis ace Sania Mirza chats with The Telegraph on the yea...

Sourav: The crowd will be back

The air hostess’ PPE uniform makes him feel that he is flying to space, but the eternal optimist in him ...
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The Tharoorosaurus of things

You may or may not agree with his politics but you cannot discount Shashi Tharoor’s brand of multi-hyphe...

Piece by piece

A visit to Nathu La in Sikkim three years ago did it. Poet-artist Sufia Khatoon says she was captivated by the...

Zen positive (and the art of staying)

Haemin Sunim, the monk who went online, lives with the singular motto of helping people around the world with ...

A modern farm life

From a two-floor house to a 4,000sq ft home and a property spread over three acres, in Chandigarh. That’...

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People  /  Published 03.12.20

From daring to dream to busting myths

What’s spending quality time with Izhaan been like? Since March this year, we have spent each day together and what a blissful time it has been to watch him grow. He’s such a loving boy, ...
By Priyanka Roy  in

People  /  Published 29.11.20

Mirror, Mirror, on the Call

Shahagir’s social media profile has cryptic descriptors and emojis. Sample this: “1 Man. Emoji of a muscular arm. Show.” What does it mean? He replies with a swag in his voice, &ldqu...
By Moumita Chaudhuri in

People  /  Published 25.11.20

Sourav: The crowd will be back

So, no work? No, no… there is no question of no work. The world was also working from home. Running the board and working on video calls and getting things back in place. You realise that ther...
By Saionee Chakraborty in

People  /  Published 22.11.20

Fire off a burn in the belly

Like any warrior tribe, the fire warriors too take pride in their scars and injuries. Preeti laughs when she talks about the time her long hair caught fire while practising. Sagar says this is the rea...
By Manasi Shah in

People  /  Published 21.11.20

DNA of Alamelu

Textile, texture, craft and tailoring — how do you balance the four? One of the most important aspects of textile design is actually a very neglected subject in India. What happens in India is ...
By Anannya Sarkar in

People  /  Published 16.11.20

Soumitra: Actor, more than a star

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People  /  Published 16.11.20

Acting skills and intellect melded

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By Goutam Ghose in

People  /  Published 15.11.20

Long wait to get carried away

Even though the welcome was cold and wet, I have never been happier to land at Heathrow Airport than I was that day in end-September. Since June I had been desperately trying to go home but thanks to ...
By Sajeda Momin in

People  /  Published 15.11.20

When Holi and Eid Milan were celebrated together

The pandemic and the lockdown have altered all sense of time. With routine punctuations either on hold or virus-adapted, the days bleed into each other like an amateur’s watercolours. It is diff...
By Upala Sen in Calcutta

People  /  Published 08.11.20

Mind muscles: Rubik’s Cube

In 1974, Erno Rubik develops a movable art piece for his students in architecture. Erno’s prototype Cube did things that the world hadn’t seen before. It twisted and turned and yet it di...
By Urvashi Bhattacharya in


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