Fashion stylist Pushpak Sen on the liberation that wearing a sari brings
The 2017 Padma Shri awardee from Bihar's Madhubani district on how art opened up her world and took her places
What it means to be a male dancer in a world of stereotypes and tradition
What began on the pavement turned into city scholars’ favourite haunt
An actor on choosing to be a single mother to an adopted child over having biological children of her own
Reba Das on building her life up from scratch and getting her maths right
This August 15, as we lead the world to empathetic ways of living, in our nation, freedom for one is freedom for all
How a Kutchi Gujarati Muslim woman shed off her inhibitions and set up a successful business
The freedom to do what I want without worrying about consequences
Why quitting her well-paying job gave a college professor a sense of freedom
How I did not lose weight but found myself
On the first anniversary of India’s cheetah reintroduction project, a look at their life behind the scenes
From how to manage your child's tantrums to getting your in-laws to respect your rules for your child, these coaches are guiding parents to a gentler way of child rearing.
How the Bengali actor, who plays Alia Bhatt’s father in Karan Johar's Rocky Aur Rani Kii Prem Kahaani, shrugged off his macho image to embrace his feminine side
One of India's early abstractionists, the 91-year-old pioneer of calligraphic modernism on being an early Modernist, working with the government in the ’70s and his ongoing retrospective
The answer really lies in how the animals are treated in the first place
With a junction named after her in her home district of Wayanad and being the first tribal woman from Kerala to play for the India senior cricket team, Minnu Mani’s journey has been an inspiration. This is her story.
The 50-year-old actor Suvinder Vicky has been winning accolades for his powerful portrayal of an investigating officer of the Punjab Police in Netflix's Kohrra. Chandigarh's home-grown hero on how he came into acting and the long road to success.
There’s no two ways about the fact that all nations have to do more for the environment. But change cannot happen overnight or under duress.
When we see our shared humanity as a link that unites us despite our individual variations, it is then that we see the world in its real splendour
He sang of the common man’s hopes, anguish and transcience of life. On his centenary, remembering playback singer Mukesh
Only a little more than 150 sq km in size, the sanctuary has a quaint charm and a flourishing wildlife of its own
A cradle of civilisation, ancient Egypt was at the helm of military and cultural might. Everywhere you turn to, you can see the imprint of its glorious past
Once a thriving port city, the place now serves as both a reminder of human intervention gone wrong and a destination for adventure tourism
In a world suffering from a pushback from nature, the sooner we realise our precarious situation, the better