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How co-working is renovating traditional office and work culture in India

It's difficult for startups to predict their future growth, and co-working spaces help them scale up much faster

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Karthik Nemmani, the 2018 Scripps National Spelling Bee champion, the 19th winner of Indian-origin in the last 23 years


  • Treasuring our past, their way

    Veenu Sandhu

    Among them are letters from Gandhi, documents related to Partition, including one that carries thousands of signatures against the move to ...

  • Getting into auction season

    From playing safe to taking risks,  the auction houses have their task  cut out for them,  and being in  their shoes could  hardly be enviable Kishore Singh

    Four auctions in the space of just one month makes the eco-system for art consumption appear quite healthy

  • Shifting classes, shifting culture

    Cinema content today is not written for the poor or those of low income Aakar Patel

    One area that needs more study is how the entry of the hundreds of millions into low-income status has affected entertainment content

An exhibition traces the aesthetic origins of Indian textiles since 1947

An exhibition that traces aesthetic history of Indian textiles since 1947

The exhibits include artworks by textile designers, home furnishings, sculptures and, of course, apparel

The life of a chef in the kitchen as late Anthony Bourdain saw it

The life of a chef in the kitchen as late Anthony Bourdain saw it

The kitchen gently moves forward in the culinary world, tightly packed, yes, but with leaders un-despotic

The Bangala encourages gluttony, with lunches on banana leaf that include crab curry, crab rasam, mutton apu kari, a pomegranate  raita and several vegetable dishes

Crab curry to crab rasam, savouring best of Chettinad food at The Bangala

Meenakshi Meyyappan, the spirit behind the Bangala and author of a fine cookbook, believes Chettinad feasts are one way to make the region a ...

'Jesus in Asia' explaining varied interpretations of Christianity in Asia

'Jesus in Asia' explains the interpretations of Christianity in continent

His disciples travelled through the lands bordering the Mediterranean through the first century, venturing to Asia Minor and North Africa