under Aimee Ginsburg

Call them just another form of fungi if you want, but here is someone who expects them to save the world


29 May 2013 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

The trial of a French Consulate employee, accused of raping his minor daughter, has begun in Bangalore. His wife Suja Jones speaks to Open


25 Apr 2013 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

Rendezvous with ‘a leading Syrian dissident’


2 Dec 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

Meet Shukria Barakzai, a leading advocate of women’s rights in Afghanistan


22 Nov 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

…under a blanket of red dust in Goa’s mining belt


30 Sep 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

If you look past its author’s name and ‘Nobel prize winner’ appellation, Home is a taut read with a jazzy rhythm—till you reach a revelation that makes you squirm


2 Jul 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

A decorated war hero on love, bachelorhood and why Gen VK Singh is an honourable man


1 Jun 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

How do you make a new story every time out of a problem that just won’t go away?


17 May 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

Ahmad Kazmi, the media and a message that might have gone horribly wrong


25 Mar 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg

This election campaign in Goa is different


1 Mar 2012 | BY Aimee Ginsburg
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