Anil Dharkar

Literature comes alive: Anil Dharker on Mumbai LitFest 2017

At The Mumbai LitFest 2017 this weekend, book lovers can expect lively discussions on a host of pertinent social issues.

Matt Preston

'No room for clumsy chilli heat': Cooking with Matt Preston

Celebrity food critic and judge Matt Preston does, once in a while, shed his colourful suits and cravats for
an apron. And when he does, here’s what he’s cooking. 

Leaning into Italia: Cheering for the chariot of the Gauls

In an epic race to Mount Vesuvius via Rome, it’s the chariot of the Gauls that everybody’s cheering for

Art

Pho and paintings at The Ritz-Carlton's Indo-Vietnamese art show 

The art showcase includes names like Paramesh Paul and Le Hao

Laxma Goud

Goud as witness: An Inner Retrospective of the veteran artist

Laxma Goud looks back at a lifetime of path-breaking works, and still holds a defiantly unique sense of a highly individualistic artistic style.

Lady Leshurr

We catch up with the ‘first lady of grime’ Lady Leshurr before her India tour 

"Hopefully when I am there, I could get into the studio with one of the rappers supporting me on tour," says the 28-year-old

Nikhil Chinapa

  Trendspotting with Nikhil Chinapa as we gear up for the party season

We chat about electronic music, festivals and the local Bengaluru party scene 

Paula Hawkins

I will keep talking about women's struggle: The Girl on the Train author

The celebrated author says she wants to keep on writing about womens struggle for liberty and also touch upon how women are "abused about the talents they have"

Anil Dharkar

Literature comes alive: Anil Dharker on Mumbai LitFest 2017

At The Mumbai LitFest 2017 this weekend, book lovers can expect lively discussions on a host of pertinent social issues.

Husna Mohammad’s debut work of fiction explores the cultural fabric of Malabar  

Through her newly-launched anthology titled Saudade, Husna is mapping the lives of nine diverse characters living in Malabar

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