Jaideep Sen

Biography:

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.

Time is on our side: A chat with Vivan Sundaram and Kiran Nadar on art for the people

Veteran artist Vivan Sundaram and patron Kiran Nadar speak about the artist’s epic retrospective, and taking contemporary art to the people.

07 Jun 2018

The stories of our lives: New Longform anthology makes a compelling case for graphic novels

A new collection is driving interest for contemporary tales told as graphic novels, while inspiring readers to take the comic book format more seriously.

07 Jun 2018

The President is Missing: Bill Clinton debuts as fiction writer with James Patterson

The much anticipated novel is titled The President is Missing and is being published by Penguin Random House. 

01 Jun 2018

What you looking at? Princess Pea speaks for gender equality at Mind the Gap festival

The anonymous artist Princess Pea, a modern-day figurehead for gender equality, plays her part to open 
up discussions on the subject

01 Jun 2018

Gambling on the high seas: Poker Sports League spotlights card games as "mind sports"

The game of poker is casting off its negative impressions and going mainstream as a legal, intellectually  stimulating mind sport, backed by Viswanathan Anand. And, the money is unbelievably good. 

25 May 2018

Obsessed by Ruchi Kokcha: A shocking novel of lust and murder

Disturbingly dark and full of shocking surprises, Obsessed traverses a path along the razor’s edge of twisted love.

18 May 2018

Fuzzy logic: Tech or art? Scott Hartley on why liberal arts will rule the digital world

It’s the fuzzies, not the techies, who play key roles to develop new business ideas, reasons Scott Hartley.

18 May 2018

Does Marx matter today? Relearning history for the future on Karl Marx's 200th birthday

A celebration of Karl Marx’s 200th birthday will extend his teachings to today’s youth. 

04 May 2018

Think of Tamil Nadu as a country in itself, at the Tamizhaga Ula food festival, with Chef Shri Bala

The Tamizhaga Ula festival at The Park Chennai promises a feast for the senses, and many lessons to learn about Tamil Nadu.

04 May 2018

Moves like Jaeger-LeCoultre: Talking 'high jewellery' and watch designs with Lionel Favre

Lionel Favre, one of the world’s leading design heads, give us a few insights into preserving traditions in contemporary watchmaking. 

27 Apr 2018

Exclusive! Queen of hearts Liz Hurley opens up about The Royals and her new line of beachwear

Elizabeth Hurley makes a glitzy comeback — as the power-hungry and seemingly heartless Queen Helena in The Royals, and as a model and fashion designer for her scorching new line of beachwear. 

20 Apr 2018

Laugh for a reason: Liza Donnelly's cartoons lionise political satire in Bengaluru

Liza Donnelly speaks for cartoons as a potent medium to drive public opinion. 

16 Apr 2018

Spring In The Winter Time: Bas Meeuws emulates Dutch masters in photographic still lifes

Dutch photographer and artist Bas Meeuws creates works that convey the charm of classical oil paintings.

09 May 2018

Funky movie props, wall art & large screen action at Take 2, Kodambakkam

Movie trivia meets cricket fandom at Kodambakkam’s new hotspot, Take 2, with a mixed bag of themed eats and funky cocktails — all served with a dash of fun.

13 Apr 2018

Dining to the nines: More reasons to celebrate with On The Rocks’ special anniversary menu

The ninth anniversary menu at On The Rocks offers more reasons to celebrate than you can count on your fingers.

23 Mar 2018

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