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Articles labelled ‘bombay’

  • Jerry Pinto

    A Struggle Against Invisibility

    In conversation with the inimitable Jerry Pinto about his latest novel Murder in Mahim.
  • Simin Patel

    Bombay Meri Hai

    In conversation with Dr. Simin Patel about her blog, Bombaywalla, her upcoming book about Irani cafés in Bombay, and the past, present, and future of the city.
  • The Virtue of Visibility

    As a woman, you are never entirely independent and detached; everyone has a stake in keeping your freedom in check. And they will never let you forget that.
  • Not Too Shabby

    Sanctum is a lifestyle store that focuses on a more relaxed approach to creating intimate spaces, with pieces that are both comforting and timeless.
  • Live from the Console: Hip-hop Edition

    The lineup for March 10 has a strong urban/hip-hop flavour, featuring Voctronica, Microphon3, and more. Details inside.
  • Live and Loud

    The minds behind the Live from the Console initiative in Bombay speak to us about how they are encouraging fresh independent artists from around the country.
  • Live from the Console: Fifth Edition

    Features Vernon Noronha, Spud in the Box, Peter Cat Recording Company, and a screening of the Don't Look Back Bob Dylan documentary.
  • Fourth Edition: Live from the Console

    Features Blakc, Dischordian, Sonaluna & Tek, and the India premiere of the Pearl Jam Twenty documentary.
  • City of Blinding Truths

    Mumbai teaches you ignorance, regardless of whether you live in the tallest luxury tower or a tent on the sidewalk.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Her Story

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

Testimonial Comics #19

By Nishant Jain