Articles labelled ‘new delhi’

  • Crazy Weather

    Download Halflife, Former Them Clones Guitarist Gucci Singh’s New Album

    Halflife contains all of nine tracks that explore themes such as "isolation, frenzy, moments of understanding, and moments of aversion".
  • Mapping Gender: Addressing Issues of Gender, Sexuality, and Politics Through Art

    Carefully curated by M.Phil. students at Jahawaharlal Nehru University, this exhibition plans to use a variety of mediums to explore gender-related issues. Details inside.
  • GSDR

    All Warmed Up: Showcasing Contemporary Dance in Delhi

    The Gati Summer Dance Residency's six newest performers will showcase their work this weekend. Read on for details.
  • Sacred Cows, Indispensable Women

    Sacred Cows, Indispensable Women

    Even in a country as inherently classist as India, a lower class man has far more power than an upper class woman.
  • The Private Lives of Old Delhi

    We've come to a place that is the opposite of a private library. This is the collection of too many people to count.
  • Photo Story to Short Film Contest

    A unique opportunity created by Shamiana and Uncommonsense Films for student photographers in Delhi. Details inside!
  • Alice in Wonderland

    Against the backdrop of history exists a town dripping with experimentation and modernity. Except this is not a town. This is Hauz Khas Village.
  • David Guetta India Tour 2012

    The Grammy Award-winning producer and DJ will perform for the first time in India as part of the Eristoff Invasion festival. Details inside.
  • 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.
  • Butthead Metalheads

    A first-person account of the chaos and mismanagement that overtook the F1 Rocks Metallica concert.
  • Wife Sharing and Other Stories

    Our friendly religious epic, the Mahabharata, is replete with cases of charitable Brahmins impregnating obedient queens in order to oblige heirless kingdoms.
  • Just for Laughs

    Stand-up comedy has made a place for itself in India and is here to stay.
The City Speaks #32

The City Speaks #32

By Jai Undurti and Harsho Mohan Chattoraj
The City Speaks #32