The visual perks of a Cuffe Parade office in Mumbai

Tucked away at the southern tip of Mumbai, Cuffe Parade is one of the most affluent neighbourhoods in the city. It is named after T.W. Cuffe, an official of the Bombay City Improvement Trust, which was created during the British rule to improve the city’s infrastructure after a deadly epidemic. Home to the high-profile World … Continue reading The visual perks of a Cuffe Parade office in Mumbai

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Dipping into monochromatic memories with Indian modern artist Krishen Khanna

Review of a new permanent gallery inaugurated by Indian art auction house Saffronart in New Delhi Home to some of India’s best-known art galleries and museums, New Delhi witnessed the inauguration of a new permanent gallery in the centre of the city last week. The gallery opened at The Claridges hotel on Thursday, and is … Continue reading Dipping into monochromatic memories with Indian modern artist Krishen Khanna

In Pakistan, Indian ‘Filmistaan’ Rules the Roost

By Ankush Arora In spite of its dark craters, the moon radiated against a bright blue sky. A dry Pakistani village was being lulled to sleep with Reshma's long-gone voice, probably heard on the radio. “Ve main chori chori tere naal la laiyaan akhan ve Ve main chori chori” The famous song of the late … Continue reading In Pakistan, Indian ‘Filmistaan’ Rules the Roost