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  • 24-Apr-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Roll of the dice

    Kanaka Ananth creates board games that she believes “keeps social interaction alive”. Neha Bhatt plays along.

  • 24-Apr-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The lensman's recipe

    Having assisted sister Deepa Mehta with some of her films, Dilip Mehta is out with his first feature, a satire. The former photojournalist is now a full time filmmaker, discovers Neha Bhatt.

  • 18-Apr-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The new face of theatre

    Sunil Vishnu is one half of a pair that has turned theatre into a sustainable business model.

  • 10-Apr-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The eyes have it

    Her latest film Amelia is an expansive Hollywood production, her largest canvas yet. But Neha Bhatt finds that Mira Nair remains at heart the girl next door.

  • 04-Apr-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    International racquet-eers

    Two badminton champions want to make 2010 a memorable year for the country.

  • 28-Mar-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Music in the air

    Sitar player Ustad Shujaat Khan embarks on a unique musical venture in the Himalayas.

  • 27-Mar-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Window dressing

    Blinds are far more versatile than curtains and offer more control over the amount of light that enters a room. Moreover, they keep the room cooler, or warmer, depending on the season. Vertical blinds are low on maintenance and collect very little ...

  • 13-Mar-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Come into my garden

    My Sunny Balcony, a fledgling venture in Bangalore, specialises in designing gardens for small balconies in high-rise apartments.

  • 07-Mar-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Out of the twilight zone

    Alternative music labels in India are making their presence felt by finding newer ways to promote songs.

  • 06-Mar-2010 | Abhilasha Ojha & Neha Bhatt

    Bright spots

    When it comes to making a room look good, lighting is an important element.

  • 28-Feb-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    A wing and a prayer

    Akhil Kumar narrowly missed out on a medal in Beijing.

  • 22-Feb-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Turning a digital page

    Bookworms warm up to the e-reader, but the device will take a few years to catch on in India.

  • 20-Feb-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    On the face of it

    The hand-illustrated walls of a Delhi diner tell many stories. Try it at home.

  • 14-Feb-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The melody maker

    He could pass for your average Mumbai boy, but Amit Trivedi produces music that cuts across any divide.

  • 06-Feb-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    A crafty makeover

    Siddhartha Das combined traditional Indian crafts in refurbishing an office that steers clear of the glass and steel stereotype.

  • 24-Jan-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Sounds of music

    Five musicians from a broad spectrum of genres come together for an eclectic mix.

  • 10-Jan-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Old jam, new bottle

    After exchanging musical notes in cyberspace, unfinished biz meet to play at ReRock II.

  • 09-Jan-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    Sleepless in Kabul

    It was a tempting brief: in 2005, Frenchman Nicolas Wild was hired to go to Afghanistan to write comic books on the Afghan constitution for children. He turned his experiences into a series of graphic novels. The first, Kabul Disco, was introduced ...

  • 09-Jan-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The world's a stage

    Neelam Mansingh has spearheaded the resurgence of Punjabi theatre and adapted world classics for the Indian stage. Neha Bhatt turns the spotlight on another facet of her career — innovative set designs.

  • 08-Jan-2010 | Neha Bhatt

    The fat lady's Indian soprano

    The year is 1510. Zephoris, a young fisherman in Goa, gets to be king for a day. How does he manage to win over his beloved, Princess Nemea? That’s the plot of If I Were King, an opera by the 19th-century French composer, Adolphe Adam. In a ...