LIFE / Recliner
Treasure islands: Creating an archipelago of ...
Japanese billionaire Soichiro Fukutake has created a surreal archipelago of art, including an underground museum of Monets and a luxury hotel designed by Tadao Ando
JP Dutta: Why do we shy away from our history...
Fifty years after the 1965 Indo-Pak war, filmmaker JP Dutta, who has translated subsequent battles to celluloid, talks about the significance of recording such conflicts in movies
  • Zakir Hussain: All the world's his stage
    Zakir Hussain talks about blending Indian ragas with Western classical harmonies to create music that is universal
    by Jasodhara Banerjee | Sep 24, 2015 | Comments (1)
  • The heritage versus development conundrum
    Conservationist Kamalika Bose on the many facets and factors of preserving heritage structures in urban India
    by Jasodhara Banerjee | Sep 15, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • A home for heritage
    Conserving heritage structures in urban areas is a challenge in any part of the world. The solutions are inevitably unique but the London example might prove a useful handbook for Mumbai
    by Anwesha Arya | Sep 14, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • Feroze Gujral: In the business of benevolence
    Feroze Gujral, who heads the Gujral Foundation along with architect husband Mohit, made the first-ever India-Pakistan joint exhibition possible at the ongoing Venice Biennale. It wasn't easy. But neither is running an art foundation
    by Jasodhara Banerjee | Sep 2, 2015 | Comments (1)
  • Art sans frontières
    In the absence of government support and cooperation, cross-border collaboration and promotion of art in South Asia is resting on private shoulders
    by Jasodhara Banerjee | Sep 1, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • 40 years on, Sholay keeps smouldering
    Its spaghetti Western flavour, punchy dialogues and technical finesse made it stand out then, and now
    by Jai Arjun Singh | Aug 31, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • They mean business: The new faces of India Inc
    Enterprise in India has as many reasons as faces. Some take to it as an unquestioning continuance of the family business, others to strike out on their own; some explore new ideas, while others revive old ones; some preserve tradition in the face of odds, others take on the challenges of novelty. But what binds them all is the passion for ownership
    by Vikas Khot, Jasodhara Banerjee | Aug 17, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • Head (and heart) over high heels for supermodel Petra Nemcova
    Petra Nemcova, a Czech supermodel who survived the 2004 tsunami, is helping rebuild the lives of disaster-hit children
    by Kathakali Chanda | Aug 4, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • Comisar knows best about TV history
    He can belly up to the original Cheers bar and owns a galaxy of Star Trek costumes. Now James Comisar wants to boldly go build a museum for his $100 million collection of TV memorabilia
    by Abram Brown | Aug 3, 2015 | Comments (0)
  • The world of worldtimers
    How on earth can you know the hour in New York, London, Hong Kong and Sydney all at once? Just look at your wrist
    by Michael Solomon | Aug 1, 2015 | Comments (0)
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