Issue: January ’11
Does a person's salary determine their value, their importance, their ability to contribute, to give and take from life?
Witness the Joker's transformation from a joke-spewing man of wits to a drain-rat, thirsty for power and ruled by insanity.
Graphic violence, vivid and bizarre sexual encounters, and gut-wrenching parodies. Step inside.
Basic rules of social conduct are fast fading into oblivion as a new kind of social tradition evolves.
One of the most intuitive and dazzling works of fiction by an Indian writer in the recent past.
The Eristoff Invasion Festival, headlined by British electronica giants The Prodigy: Undoubtedly one of the biggest, loudest, and most explosive concerts India has ever seen.
An exclusive interview with Ashwath Bhatt about clowning and the Theatre Garage Project.
Delhi's Music Basti aims to empower children by giving them a platform to express themselves through music.
Katrina Kaif might swivel her hips as sexily and suggestively as she wishes to, but the notion of the ideal Indian woman hasn’t changed much.
Pallassena is a village that is proud of its temples and traditions, culture, and above all, simplicity.
Ally Condie's debut novel is a magical and enchanting story of forbidden love.
Kolkata, 2010 · Photograph by Sreejita Biswas
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