Jaideep Sen


A zealous practitioner in the precise art of unfurling, holding up, deftly turning, and getting absorbed thereby in the broadsheets of a newspaper, Jaideep is constantly in pursuit of an elusive immaculate state of abeyant being, which he strives to subsume, and convey, by keeping his head in the clouds, and having his feet firmly implanted on the streets, taking in every sight, sound and smell in a manner that he believes will ultimately fulfill his existence.

Flying under the radar: An epic world tour on the Breitling DC-3

The days of the Douglas DC-3 are far from done, as the iconic aircraft is set to rewrite aviation history with an epic world tour

07 Apr 2017

Chronicles of time: The most desirable watches of 2017

Watches are passé — today, it’s all about minute repeaters, tourbillons, complications and limited edition chronographs

18 Apr 2017

Watch special: Retro revival

New designs hark back to the past, in tribute to legacy techniques and styles

14 Apr 2017

Watch special: Chromo chameleon

Radical mechanisms are reinventing conventions of precision timekeeping

14 Apr 2017

Watch special: Machines impossible

Meet the new smart league of exquisite designs and powerhouse timepieces

14 Apr 2017

Back to life: Perumal Murugan re-emerges days before award

An interaction with Perumal Murugan, days before the Sahitya Akademi award for the English translation of his controversial novel, Maadhorubaagan.

19 Apr 2017

Junkyard groove: An award winning photo from Mumbai

A fortuitous run-in at a Mumbai junkyard led to this award-winning photograph

28 Apr 2017

Conquest of paradise: Witness Kashmir in the light of reality

A new photo book raises the troubling question — is this how we wish Kashmir to be remembered? 

28 Apr 2017

Solemn soliloquy: Vinay Varma on playing Rahi Masoom Raza

An epic portrayal by Vinay Varma is sure to leave audiences riveted

29 Apr 2017

Dungan master: learn about the unsung auteur of Tamil cinema

An American in Madras (2013), based on the life and work of Ellis R Dungan, is up for by-demand streaming on Netflix

29 Apr 2017

Toons shall overcome: The fight for freedom of expression

A banished cartoonist from Bangladesh brings hope for freedom of expression with a contest on matters of global concern

12 May 2017

The muse of history: Digitally mapping India's museums

This International Day of Museums, Sahapedia is intent on ushering museums into the digital age.

29 Nov 2017

Kendrick Lamar, the messiah of America’s mean streets 

Beware “King Kunta” Kendrick Lamar, who sits undisputed on top of the charts this summer, for his audacious and powerful music that is also proving to be therapeutic for a generation of teenagers. 

18 May 2017

That "je ne sais quoi" moment at The Promenade, Pondicherry

A new menu at The Promenade spells out their larger ambition — to become the most-preferred outlet for French cuisine in South India.

28 May 2017

Beef with beer, you get it here

Leave aside the culinary analyses— when it comes to beer and steaks, we’re just happy to have them here

01 Jun 2017

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