Lessons on covering LGBTQ issues

July 25, 2017 Kennedy Wirth 0

It’s no secret the media loves drama. Sensationalising sexual minorities for shock value has become the norm in media with little representation of the normal, everyday lives almost all of them realistically live or the »


These olde Bengaluru houses

July 5, 2017 Nikhil Reddy 0

Cuddappah tiles, red oxide, limestone walls, huge verandas, skylights… these old houses of Bengaluru built in Art Deco style have a grace and charm rarely found in newer buildings. »


A conversation with a Corporator

June 30, 2017 Aishwarya Sontakke 0

When I was asked to visit a corporator and understand his work and expenses, I was excited. Corporators are elected members of the Municipal Corporation. They are expected to take care of their ward’s development »



June 27, 2017 Vaishnavi Mohan 1

Pichavaram, near Chidambaram in Cuddalore District, is the second largest mangrove forest in the world and is around two hundred and twelve kilometers from Chennai. Though not as famous as the backwaters in Kerala, it »


The Ventriloquist Show – Chennai

June 22, 2017 Vaishnavi Mohan 1

Have you ever seen a dalmatian talking? Well, that was exactly what I saw at Phoenix Market City in Chennai. Except that the Dalmatian was a puppet and the voice was that of Satyajeet Padhye. »