Paathu Fathima

Meet the physically-challenged models making waves in Kerala

How Paathu Fathima and Remya Ganesh, physically challenged models from Kerala, became poster girls for many this International Day of Disabled Persons

Spin Design Popop

Spin Design Pop-op: Design envy

This three-day event in the city focuses on exquisitely-curated home decor and sartorial products that will transform dull homes into stylish spaces

Beyond Limits 2021

Beyond Limits 2021: Platform for artists with disabilities and an ode to creativity

A platform for artists with disabilities and an ode to creativity, this city exhibition offers a variety 
of art

Abhisek Mukherjee

Special: Kolkata photographer Abhisek Mukherjee trains his lenses on four city models

Photographer Abhisek Mukherjee trains his lenses on four city models

Volunteers of Relief Riders delivering Covid-19 essentials in the city during the 2020 lockdown

Bengaluru's Relief Riders of India has officially been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize

It’s a big moment for volunteer group Relief Riders of India, led by bicycle mayor Sathya Sankaran, which has been nominated for the 2022 Nobel Peace Prize for their work during the lockdowns

Puppy Bowls

Bowls of goodness for the paw-friends

To ensure she can keep Puppy Bowls going, Vasesi had to limit her horizons

A group of students performing at ‘Tal Se Tal’, an event by Samagra, the theatre society of MAIMS

Passion for percussion: Tal Se Tal enlivens Delhi

23 performers, both from MAIMS and other colleges in Delhi, as well as four guest performances, took to the stage to delight the audience around them, most of whom were clapping and singing along

Wedding card shops in Delhi’s Chawri Bazar experience dwindling profits as weddings become intimate affairs. (Photo | Parveen Negi, EPS)

Future of Delhi's wedding card industry looks bleak as more citizens turn to e-invites

While metropolitan cities have made a shift to digital wedding cards, people in neighbouring cities continue distributing these in person that too in large numbers

Justin Athanas’s short film Tholava

Tales from the sea

Justin Athanas’s short film Tholava provides a glimpse into the struggles of fisher folks in Kerala. A story of their many travails in their own language

Dr Hemanandhini Jayaraman

Gearing up

From breakfast rides to long rides, meet Dr Hemanandhini Jayaraman whose passion for biking has helped her find the right balance between family time and hospital work

Plant pundits offer space-optimising tips

Green gains in small spaces

Plant pundits offer space-optimising tips and tricks to make the most of your terrace gardens

Invites that tell your story

Invites that tell your story

Three weddings are happening at the same time in three different locations

A mural of The Professor, a character from Money Heist, at Necklace Road (Photo | Express, S Senbagapandiyan)

Here's how Hyderabad is preparing for the final season of Netflix's Money Heist 

The popular Netflix series is becoming larger than life in the city, literally, as mural artist Ranjit Dahiya paints the town red with stills from Money Heist

Daak Vaak seeks to make the work of important authors accessible to readers

Daak Vaak brings many lost and unknown literary works to the forefront

Daak Vaak—a digital repository of South Asian literature—has become a platform that brings many lost and unknown literary works to the forefront.