Amulya Gopalakrishnan The Indian Express Group
Sunday 17 April '11Among the people I hang out with, one of the last remaining heresies is to admit you don’t care that much for travel.
Sunday 3 April '11A last name is not just a label — it tethers you to your family and culture
Sunday20 March '11There’s something about your thirties, when life seems to set and solidify.
Saturday12 March '11A quirky, passionate collection about the joys of film.
Sunday6 March '11Discovering the addictive joys of video games.
Saturday26 February '11Rahul Bhattacharya’s brilliant first novel journeys through the country’s cultural goulash, its patois and porknorking trips.
Sunday13 February '11Valentine’s Day is also a big, buoyant celebration of things we ought to celebrate.
Sunday30 January '11What’s the big deal about biometrics?
Sunday19 December '10What draws so many of us, despite our better judgment, to scan the daily horoscopes?
Sunday5 December '10The intense joy of collecting something, anything.
Thursday2 December '10In a digital age, you can’t stop leaks. So start learning how to read them.
Sunday21 November '10In an either/or world, it’s hard being a whimsical vegetarian.
Sunday7 November '10Why do we undervalue the worth of handiwork?
Sunday24 October '10Why the ’80s and ’90s seem like an antique land.
Saturday16 October '10If Howard Jacobson is the answer, what’s the question?
Sunday10 October '10The enduring fun of robot movies.
Sunday26 September '10Why do we fetishise weddings the way we do?
Saturday18 September '10For all its Great American ambitions, Freedom is a riveting domestic drama at heart.
Wednesday28 July '10How a shadowy online ‘news organisation’ scooped the world...
Friday16 July '10The Indian rupee gets a unique identity, but will it make a real imprint?
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