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Issue: January ’12

  • He’s Got Roses

    Peter Cat Recording Co. frontman Suryakant Sawhney speaks to us about parents, cutting an album, and planning a tour of northeast India.
  • Einstein and Faith

    Einstein maintained that underneath the discernible laws of physics, there is a mysterious force that is responsible for the harmony that we see around us.
  • Animal Rights, Body Paint, and G-Strings

    P.E.T.A.'s senior campaigner Ashley Fruno talks to us about her experience of campaigning for animal rights and her personal highs and lows doing the work she does.
  • Cinephilia: Albert Pinto’s Wrath

    Maybe Albert is not so angry after all. Maybe he’s just irritated, or insecure, or jaded.
  • The Hidden Lands

    American novelist Ronald Malfi speaks to The Newsroom Mafia author Oswald Pereira about his latest book, India, and future plans.
  • Good News, Bad News

    Ronald Malfi, author of The Canyon of Souls, interviews author Oswald Pereira about The Newsroom Mafia.
  • Walk the Walk

    A city breathes because of people who explore it on foot, stand, stare, think, and marvel at its mysteries, paradoxes, and idiosyncrasies.
  • Book Review: The Newsroom Mafia

    For those interested in Mumbai's underworld and the underbelly of journalism, this book might make interesting reading.
  • Book Review: Scammed

    Ahmed Faiyaz's latest is recommend for those who are looking for an uncomplicated, light, suspense-spun tale.
  • Confessions and More

    Scammed author Ahmed Faiyaz speaks to us about his third novel and a few upcoming films based on his other titles.
  • CD Review: Sky Rabbit

    Quirky and talented, the artists formerly known as Medusa have regrouped as a fresh entry into India's alternative music scene.
  • U-bends: Rishikesh

    When the river rises, the platform is submerged and Shiva rides the current, swells of water lapping against his thighs.
  • Wonderful Indeed

    Mister Wonderful is not a book I would read too many times, but definitely a book I would want everyone to read at least once.
  • Book Review: The Sense of an Ending

    When we try to capture past thoughts and memories, more often than not we end up grasping not memories, but moments.
  • Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

    We look at 15 people from the audience at Sunburn 2011 with the most eye-catching attire, attention-grabbing paraphernalia, and a relentless need to dance.
  • Village Vignettes: An Officer’s Apathy

    He sat in a lazy slump in his rotating chair, complete with the mandatory towel that graces every government officer’s throne.
  • All in the Family

    Author Judy Balan talks to us in an exclusive interview about her debut novel Two Fates and shares her views on relationships and marriages in India.
  • Lethargic in Lucknow

    The famed tehzeeb of the erstwhile Nawabs still clings to Lucknow's denizens like a burr.
  • Reading Between the Lines

    Wouldn't you rather come home to a library than carry one with you?
  • Book Review: Hot Tea Across India

    Lapse of better judgement or otherwise, Rishad Saam Mehta's travel stories are a treat to read.
  • Tall, Dark, and Dangerous

    As The Dark Knight Rises approaches, we ask ourselves why women find Batman to be the most desirable of all superheroes.

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