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Issue: May ’11

  • Perfectly Flawed

    Perfect is a word most people are afraid to use because of its, well, ‘perfect’ connotations.
  • The Beer Olympics 2011

    A blow-by-blow account of the first ever Beer Olympics held at the Doolally Beers micro brewery in Pune this year.
  • Guilt-Free Green Tees

    An exclusive interview with Diti and Apu, founders of No Nasties, a young company that is contributing to better living conditions for farmers in India through their line of fresh and quirky designer t-shirts.
  • CD Review: Destroyed

    Moby's latest album is at once unsettling, mysterious, ethereal and—most notably—deeply personal.
  • Good Indian Girls Don’t

    A not-so-samajdar-beti decides to take a year off from academia, fly off to the city of her birth, and start working on her first novel.
  • Sugar, Spice, and Everything Nice?

    Madhuri Banerjee, author of bestselling novel Losing My Virginity and Other Dumb Ideas spoke to us about her book, love, lust, and what losing one's virginity might mean to people in India.
  • The Foreign Hostess Files

    Ukrainian dancers and Russian models aren’t new to Bombay, but there is a new breed of foreign girl in today’s Mumbai.
  • Of Weddings and Funerals

    April 29, 2011: A day engraved in history.
  • Testing the Waters

    A tiny haven in Karnataka for those weary of the constant activity at Goa, Gokarna is about five hours away and a world apart.
  • Days of Being Wild

    In my country, summer is the season when possibility often trumps over probability.
  • Book Review: Jimmy the Terrorist

    Omair Ahmad paints a vivid picture through his carefully constructed, true-to-life characters in this socially and politically relevant novel.
  • Cape and Cowl

    An exploration of the various graphic novels from which the story lines and characters were developed for Christopher Nolan's remarkable Batman series.
  • CD Review: Bloodywood

    Pentagram's fourth studio album suggests a parallel to the commercial world of Bollywood and the mainstream in general.
  • Book Review: Down the Road

    28 vignettes of campus life, covering the Amazing Technicolor Life that school and college are made out to be.
  • Her Story

    Actor. Singer. Dancer. Performer. In this exclusive interview, the real Monica Dogra tells her story.

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