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The Atlas of Painting

Even while a major showing in decades of artist Paresh Maity’s works, featuring his travels etched on canvas, attract art lovers in droves, the artist himself is already off on yet another jaunt.…

Lessons from the Dugout

Many business leaders would give an arm and a leg to possess some of the skills demonstrated by skippers at the IPL. This year’s Indian Premier League (IPL) edition, apart from a number of…

Business Briefing 03/04

Fearlessly Flying From Airwaves to Airlines Going by the number of parties interested in buying SpiceJet, the low-cost carrier, it seem to be the most coveted asset in corporate India currently.…

The Blackbacks Are Back

The iconic Polaroid film is back. Back in February 2008, when the Polaroid company announced its decision to stop production of its iconic instant film, the blogosphere reverberated with hurt and…

The Technicalities of Rape

Recently the case of a 12-year-old girl who said she was systematically raped over one-and-a-half years by some nine people made headlines in Mumbai newspapers. She lived with her aunt, whose son is…

How Much Carbon Does IPL Burn

Come May, we’ll know exactly how much the Indian Premier League is contributing to the carbon footprint of the planet. A team from environmental consultancy firm No2co2—hired after IPL approached the…

Open Focus at Fashion Week

With a Fashion Week that promises to be one of Asia’s largest, backstage at this season’s Wills Lifestyle India Fashion Week was a good place to be, especially if you happened to be holding a camera…

Aage Aur Bhi Hain

Two years ago, Ravindra Jadeja was the blue-eyed boy of the Rajasthan Royals. His brisk batting and useful bowling helped the team win the inaugural IPL. Now, the 21-year-old from Saurashtra finds…

Sewage Power

In a country where clean water and electricity are in short supply, a technology that promises both at one go is bound to catch people’s attention. Manoj Mandelia, a 23-year-old student at the Indian…

Astronauts, Cosmonauts, Spationauts... Indonauts?

With India planning its first independent manned space flight in 2016, Isro, the nation’s premier space agency, may well want to start pondering a certain matter of national importance: what will we…