Steve Winter is a conservation photographer noted for his work with National Geographic and the use of camera traps to snap pictures in the wild.
The collected writings of archivist P.K. Nair reveal his passion for cinematic history.
Traditional economists cannot quantify or measure the effect of white male privilege in facilitating business dealings or obtaining employment in emerging market economies.
Trying to decode this beguiling hit song, which was released more than 40 years ago.
The Dalai Lama’s exile was but the beginning of a huge movement of Tibetan refugees into India and today’s Arunachal Pradesh was at the heart of that story.
The show commemorates and the art and culture of two ancient dynasties
Demonetisation wreaked havoc upon the best quarter for advertisers but ad firms and media houses insist that the blip was a temporary one.
Pepsi was heavily criticised for coopting resistance movements for profit and using Kendall Jenner to evoke Black Lives Matter in its new ad.
A glimpse into the lives of the maaldhari – the nomadic pastoralists of Kachchh who own herds of camels, goats, sheep, buffaloes and cows.
With spectacular sets and song and dance, the play presents different episodes from Gandhi’s life.
Women in this Tamil Nadu village would be baffled by Census 2011 figures which claim that the number of women who work in rural areas are fewer than men.
The Dalai Lama’s visit to the Tawang monastery is significant given that the abbot he appointed stepped down last May after finding himself at the centre of an anti-dam protest in which two people were killed in police firing.
Amonkar’s performances were never bereft of brilliant passages. Because, as they say in cricket, form is temporary but class is permanent.
The Koshur now spoken is a hodgepodge of words from Urdu and Hindi, and to some extent corrupted English, and is thus not Kashmiri at all.
The massive fortune of India’s richest royal family just dissipated because of indifference and ineptitude.
“My music is divine. Trying to understand it is like reaching for the sky with your feet tied to the earth. Come sit with me every day for a year, and then we’ll think of the interview”, Kishori Amonkar told me.
She was one of the foremost singers in the Hindustani tradition and as an innovative exponent of the Jaipur gharana
TVF’s instant dismissal of sexual harassment allegations against its CEO instead of promising an independent probe reveals flaws in the web entertainment industry’s understanding of feminism.
The censored event, Mukhatib, got converted to a space of silent protest, vibrant discussion, songs and poetry.
Mangalam TV’s controversial story has invited sharp criticism from all quarters, with the state government initiating a judicial probe into the matter.
Delhi’s nostalgia-ridden fans gave a rousing send-off to one of their favourite cinema houses.
Susmit Bose, who was the first to sing the iconic song at a public forum, remembers how ‘We Shall Overcome’ became such a popular anthem in India.
In an interview to The Wire, Rahul Bose talks about his new movie ‘Poorna’, a biopic about a 13-year-old Poorna Malavath, the youngest girl to climb Everest.
Journalists’ body alleges that the government and army are focusing on Poonam Agarwal to derail the debate on the controversial ‘sahayak system’.
It was colour and music to celebrate Gudi Padva, the beginning of the new year but also floats with Shivaji, cannons and men dressed as Indian army soldiers
A new research project that examines the impact of surveillance on women offers wider answers about the relationship between data, power and autonomy.
A film festival seeks to generate debates about human rights abuses around the world and their impact on human lives.
Gorakhnath’s inclusive legacy of promoting Muslim yogis is fading away, with many giving up their sarangi in the face of societal apathy and opposition.
The Tamil writer will be remembered for his views on communalism, the battle of the sexes and the Emergency, but also his silence on caste.
The film seethes with anger about gender disparity, but it makes its points without sacrificing the film’s plot or resorting to preachy overlong platitudes.
Amulya Baruah, who designed the original Assam Tourism logo, dissects the ‘Awesome Assam’ logo and the advertisement featuring brand ambassador Priyanka Chopra that has a controversial tagline.
According to director Dakxin Chhara, Censor Board chief Pahlaj Nihalani told him, “PM ka radio show hai, delete the line.”
Anasuya’s article looked at the impact of making educational qualification a requirement for panchayat elections on rural women.
With the Delhi police rubbishing the claims about Najeeb Ahmed made by a national daily, the practice of using anonymous sources to make accusations has come under fire.
Sandhya Ravishankar has been receiving threats and abusive messages ever since she published a four-part exposé on the sand mafia in The Wire.
Data from the information and broadcast ministry shows that only 30 complaints of indecency against reality shows have been acted on since 2006, and only two in the last five years.
In tyrannical times, poetry needs to speak less, tell more.
On World Poetry Day, ask yourself – what will your verse be?
The formal closure of POSCO’s steel plant project in Odisha is seen as a victory for the agrarian economy and the betel leaf farmers of Jagatsinghpur, but those who lost their land face new challenges.
Decades of poorly-implemented protection policies and the growth of power loom imitations has led to the slow downfall of the handloom sector.