Gunjeet Sra

Art & Culture
Those Who Can, Blog

A stylish new generation of fashion bloggers is making fashion personal, taking it off the glossy pages, onto the web and into the streets

19 November 2013
Arts & Letters
Glossy Coat

The feminist movement may have its problems, but they can’t be solved by a fashion magazine makeover

06 November 2013
Art & Culture
We Are All Lesbians

In a provocatively titled talk, Madhavi Menon argues against the assumption that sexual identities are an unchanging essence

27 September 2013
Art & Culture
Love in the Small Town

How the other India does it

15 September 2013
True Life
A Terrorist’s Body

Gunjeet Sra recounts her memories of heading out with her grandfather as a child to join the village in a celebration at the spot where a Khalistani separatist had been gunned down

28 August 2013
A Smuggling Town

Life around Sampurna Nagar, on the border between India and Nepal, revolves around illegally—and creatively—moving goods between the two countries

23 August 2013
“It’s Like Fine French Cooking”

Michael Katakis, writer, photographer and manager of the Ernest Hemingway estate, on why people will never tire of the late writer’s works

31 July 2013
The Making of a Celebrity Chef

Former model Aditya Bal has hosted popular television cookery shows and even has a recipe book to his name. But guess what: less than a decade ago, he did not even know how to cook

16 July 2013
Deadly but Beatable

Cervical cancer kills nearly 100,000 women every year in India. The real tragedy is that most of them could have been saved through immunisation and screening

04 July 2013
Art & Culture
New Kids on the Block

One of the most significant indie bands to emerge out of Delhi, Peter Cat Recording Co. on daring to be musicians

26 June 2013


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