When director Faiza Ahmad Khan set out to capture this town’s passion for film spoofs, things just fell into place: the funding, a slew of awards, a theatre release. Almost like the way Malegaon’s films get made—miraculously
A coin, a blade, and in the balance, life. How dais can teach modern medicine a thing or two
Basharat Baba was selected to train in Brazil. It was only once his passport was rejected that he learnt his father was a former militant
As home births come into vogue, pregnant Indians get a helping hand from overseas women who know just how it is done
It’s official: the other WTO has pronounced India an open-air defecation superpower.
Seven years on, another visit to the city’s most famous streetside dosa stall reveals a Thirukumar Kandasamy who has retained everything that made him great, except the modesty
India’s largest slum is built on the creative zeal of entrepreneurs who had no access to finance from banks. But things are changing now