Rahul Bhatia

Art & Culture
A Useless Quest for Deeper Meaning

A gorgeous photographic exhibition tries to commit suicide

24 November 2011
Art & Culture
Dev Anand’s Never-Never Land

In the recent movies of this hero who refuses to retire, anything can happen to him, and to you, the viewer. So beware

28 October 2011
Stopped at the Gate

The logistics and control of a fast sport in India

23 October 2011
Moody’s Downgrades

The Great Recession has seen Moody’s in downgrade overdrive

09 October 2011
Art & Culture
What Bollywood Thinks of You

…and why that should make you gnash your teeth

08 October 2011
Schmoozer’s List

The directory of India’s most wanted phone numbers

09 September 2011
Radio Gaga

It was a sad day for music fans when WorldSpace closed its India operations in 2009. Thankfully, it wasn’t just another job for some of its employees—they are set to revive the service

18 August 2011
The In-Between Man

When will greatness be conferred on Rahul Dravid?

05 August 2011
The Injured Are Everywhere

As we come under attack, yet again, what do our reactions say about us?

20 July 2011
Art & Culture
How Hindi Films Got So Good

...and started looking beyond tired formulas and megastars and multi-starrers and all those yawns

14 July 2011


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