Too Little, Too Late

Gunjeet Sra

The NH7 music festival arrived in concert-starved Delhi just last year, but it already feels stale, feeding the city’s appetite for appearances more than its love of music

Misadventurers in the Museum

The women whose imaginations currently fill Delhi’s Kiran Nadar Museum of Art are many things, their work an inventory of artistic possibility

It’s Kind of a Funny Story

How a Delhi kid from an all-boys school ended up on America’s most popular sitcom and married to Miss India


Sifting through the ashes of a charred history

Of the People

Arvind Kejriwal’s party, true to its name, has pledged to put up ‘common people’ for Delhi’s Assembly polls. We speak to some of them

Wilful Ignorance

Urdu originated as a mix of several languages spoken during the Sultanate era in Delhi. Those who reject the language now are rejecting their own legacy

Coming Out in Celluloid

An account of how a dark Delhi short story written with great personal investment was reincarnated and brought to life in cinema

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

The Difficulty of Being Invisible

Mayank Austen Soofi has a very instrusive presence on the pages of his book on the lives of Delhi’s sex workers

The Rape of Our Dignity

How we allow it on a daily basis


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