Issue: April ’11
Women have inspired most great works of art, thus becoming the muse, the very core of the history of art borne out of great men.
Man Bites Dog becomes not only a satire on the fascination for televised tragedy, but also tries to joke about the uncalled stain provided to cinema.
Arjun Rao, author of Third Best, in an exclusive interview about life as a student and teacher in Indian boarding schools.
An exclusive interview with Aishwarya Natarajan, the first woman entrepreneur to win the British Council Young Creative Entrepreneur Music Award.
There’s no space on screen for even an extra inch of flesh. Or, for that matter, in T.V. shows, advertisements, billboards, music videos, or even in our own heads.
Unified by our indelible love for cricket, we are drenched in victory, thanks to our Boys in Blue.
Labels are not easy to live with, especially hyphenated labels. There is a sense of disorientation when it comes to choosing one side or the other.
The First Annual Indian Comic Con sufficed as a commendable exhibit of talent and a fair of international stature for comic lovers.
A visual walk-through of India's first ever comics convention, the First Annual Indian Comic Con, held at Dilli Haat earlier this year.
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