Issue: July ’10
The Demonic Resurrection frontman spoke to us about five things he loves to cook for friends and family.
This graphic novel takes an entirely different route towards expressing one of the gravest concerns of modern society — toxicity.
The National's latest album is recommended for rainy days, autumn, and drinking yourself to sleep.
An exclusive interview with leading playwright and actress Jalabala Vaidya, owner of the Akshara Theatre, New Delhi.
From mucky streets, to mucky railway platforms, to mucky office entrances, to mucky everything.
A quick look at the state of independent cinema in India and the West.
Watchmen cruelly disintegrates each character to its darkest detail while maintaining a glitter of hope for the world.
Author Paritosh Uttam talks to us about his debut novel, and the virtues and pitfalls of an artistic temperament.
Building on the popularity of the blog, Fake I.P.L. Player comes out with a whole new web of conspiracy theories in The Gamechangers.
Sita Sings the Blues is a film that chooses to be different, using a story that is very familiar to us.
What do you get when you have nine generations of magic flowing through your veins? Meet the new age P. C. Sorcar.
Bhutan has been described by travellers as the Johnny Depp of the world — reclusive, a bit odd, but endearing nonetheless.
An unassuming little restaurant, Asian Wok offers up a mouthwatering variety of Thai, Chinese, and Malay dishes.
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