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How People Live

Friday 4 October '13

Photographer Munem Wasif on Old Dhaka and building visual narratives.
Shooting in the Boondocks

Monday 30 September '13

It’s easy to get lost amid a host of exhibitions at the Delhi Photo Festival. We tend to swat away clichéd themes like a buzzing fly.
A Click Away

Friday 27 September '13

As the second edition of the Delhi Photo Festival opens today, among the prowess of stalwarts, four young Indian photographers stand out for their thematic and technical finesse.
Cardboard, Camera, Action

Wednesday 25 September '13

Ika, an indie film about a chicken that was chased away by a dog, has been selected for the Raindance Film Festival in London
Cardboard, Camera, Action

Tuesday 24 September '13

Ika, an indie film about a chicken that was chased away by a dog, has been selected for the Raindance Film Festival in London
Cardboard, Camera, Action

Sunday 22 September '13

Ika, an indie film about a chicken that was chased away by a dog, has been selected for the Raindance Film Festival in London
The Motion in Devotion

Monday 16 September '13

When filmmaker Nalin Kumar Pandya, better known to the world as Pan Nalin, shared his idea of making a film on the Kumbh Mela with his father, all he wanted was a bottle of gangajal
As a Child Sees

Saturday 14 September '13

An intriguing account of growing up in India during the ‘60s.
The Motion in Devotion

Thursday 12 September '13

When filmmaker Nalin Kumar Pandya, better known to the world as Pan Nalin, shared his idea of making a film on the Kumbh Mela with his father, all he wanted was a bottle of gangajal
Through the Clicking Glass

Saturday 7 September '13

The second edition of Delhi Photo Festival returns — bigger, better, bolder
Inside Outside

Saturday 24 August '13

An exhibition documents a first-person account of the slew of protests surrounding the December 16 gang rape
The Clock Ticks Celluloid

Tuesday 20 August '13

Talk follows two teams, from starkly different backgrounds, during the third edition of The 48 Hour Film Project
Middle Ground

Saturday 17 August '13

Kveikur, there seems to be an identity crisis.
After the Bomb

Sunday 11 August '13

Two books and a manga art exhibition take viewers into the aftermath of the Hiroshima bombing
Shared History

Wednesday 7 August '13

In Delhi by Heart: Impressions of a Pakistani Traveller, Raza Rumi draws parallels between the city and his hometown, Lahore. At the launch of his book, Rumi spoke about mutual misconceptions and his ...
Monochrome Memories

Monday 29 July '13

A photo exhibition puts the spotlight on Anasuya Sarabhai, Mahatma Gandhi’s aide who played a significant role in the formation of India’s labour movement
99 and Counting

Monday 22 July '13

At a time when discounts play an important role in online book sales, Page 99 is a website that banks on a more personalised service
99 and Counting

Saturday 20 July '13

At a time when discounts play an important role in online book sales, Page 99 is a website that banks on a more personalised service
World Comics India

Saturday 13 July '13

The launch of World Comics India’s second book Terrorism Explained is bolstered by a four-day poster exhibition
Lords of Music

Sunday 7 July '13

Independent filmmaker Rudradeep Bhattarcharjee’s The Human Factor showcases the Lords, a Parsi family that has been playing and arranging Hindi film music for generations

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