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  • Listening for Music

    Aditi Rao, winner of the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize in 2011, speaks to us about her writing.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Confessions and More

    Scammed author Ahmed Faiyaz speaks to us about his third novel and a few upcoming films based on his other titles.
  • 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.
  • The Right Kind of Waiting

    Award-winning young writer Aditi Machado talks to us about her writing and what the future may hold for her.
  • A Thousand Fireflies

    Ritika Mittal, founder of the MORA line of clothing, speaks to us about believing in yourself, following your dreams, and knowing when to say no.
  • Living Rooms and Taxi Drivers

    Felix Buxton speaks to us in an exclusive interview about the Basement Jaxx India tour, their creative process, and future plans.
  • Weekender Ink

    Sameer Patange shares with us in an exclusive interview the genesis of Tattoo Republic and how the vision of a mega-scale tattoo convention in India materialised.
  • The Second Coming

    Festival founder Vijay Nair talks to us about what it takes to put together the Bacardi NH7 Weekender, India’s happiest music showcase festival.
The City Speaks #17

The City Speaks #17

By Jai Undurti and Harsho Mohan Chattoraj
The City Speaks #17