COVER STORY : Aparchakti Khurana on Changing Lanes with versatile roles

Aparshakti Khurana has made a name for himself doing comic roles. Like his brother Ayushmann Khurrana, he too has been part of radio and theater before setting foot in the film industry. Now, he’s all set to reveal a darker, gray-shaded avatar of himself in the forthcoming thriller Dhokha: Round D Corner. He’s been paired … Read more

Explained: How the billion-dollar automobile industry is changing, courtesy Covid-19

The automobile industry, encompassing thousands of companies, millions of workers and billions in sunk costs, is undergoing a once-in-a-century change. Besides shifting from regular internal combustion engines towards electric vehiclesit is also going through another epochal change while trying to tackle the global supply chain issues. Having outsourced much of the manufacturing process in the … Read more

The Evolution of Smart Wearables: Changing Consumer Behaviour

Mother, bark, and spit are just three of 23 words that were first spoken by human beings some 15,000 years ago. These three words marked the beginning of verbal communication. In no time, communication evolution, and metamorphised from sending smoke signals, to letters on pigeons and trunk calls. Fast forward to 2022, humans are contemplating … Read more

Hues of Khurja: Heritage, process and changing trends of pottery in the ceramic city

Approximately two hours from Delhi is the ceramic city of Khurja – famous for its colorful pottery, glass, and ceramic works. A quick getaway from Delhi, Khurja provides sight to the sore eyes, a blissful respite as it welcomes you to her colorful by-lanes and alleys. Nestled among lush green mango orchards, dotted with sugarcane … Read more

The changing fortunes of the Faculty of Fine Arts at MSU in Baroda, one of India’s premier art institutions

Artist Vivan Sundaram distinctly remembers the excitement that preceded the inaugural art fair at the Faculty of Fine Arts (FFA) at the Maharaja Sayajirao University (MSU) in Baroda in 1961. He was pursuing his Bachelor’s in painting when the first edition of the fair was held and he recalls how the faculty and students were … Read more