Latha Srinivasan

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‘I was fortunate to have a committed team for Harmony’

Sruti Harihara Subramanian, director of the Amazon Prime Video series Harmony with A.R. Rahman, speaks to Latha Srinivasan about the...

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‘I might be telling the story, but Hercule Poirot is its star’

Writer Sophie Hannah has made a literary adoption of Agatha Christie’s fictional character, Hercule Poirot. She speaks to Latha Srinivasan...

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Practise what you preach, start being honest: Reham to Imran

Author-cum-journalist Reham Khan has been in the news for her memoirs, chronicling her life, particularly her marriage to present Pakistan...

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‘I wanted to do something good for my country’

Former Assistant Commissioner of Mumbai Police, Isaque Ibrahim Bagwan, who was part of the 26/11 counter-terror operations at Nariman House,...

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Aditi Rao Hydari: Perfection personified

In a career spanning less than a decade, actress Aditi Rao Hydari has gained recognition in Bollywood and beyond, and...

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‘Jankibai had an intense relationship with her music’

Author Neelum Saran Gour’s latest novel, Requiem in Raga Janki, tells the life story of the obscure but talented Hindustani...

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Single malts are becoming the exclusive toast of the town

The renowned writer Haruki Murakami once said, “Whisky, like a beautiful woman, demands appreciation. You gaze first, then it’s time...

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‘India is a very important market for us and we are keen to expand our presence’

When you think of a luxury motorcycle, you immediately think Ducati. With the ace Italian brand foraying into India, bikers...

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‘Georgian London was a global hub, full of new things & ideas’

Author Imogen Hermes Gowar, whose debut novel, The Mermaid and Mrs. Hancock, is getting rave reviews in Britain and has...

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Black food: Everything tastes better with activated charcoal

It all started off as a detox fad when this ingredient, which is not really appetising to look at, first...

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‘We have set up India’s first make-up and prosthetics lab’

Make-up artist and prosthetics designer Preetisheel Singh, who won huge acclaim for her work in films like Padmaavat and Bajirao...

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Passion and a lifestyle: These women bikers are geared up for the high road

Ever since she was a teenager, Mumbai-based Thejaswini Unni was enamoured with the idea of owning a geared motorcycle after...

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‘Lazy minds often confuse mythology with history’

In this interview with Latha Srinivasan, author Devdutt Pattanaik talks about the central role mythologies play in shaping societies, and...

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‘I raised my voice because secularism was under threat’

Acclaimed writer taslima Nasrin speaks to Latha Srinivasan about her views on feminism, secualrism, free speech and democracy—subjects she continues...

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R. Madhavan Method and the medium

Actor R. Madhavan has a way of portraying his roles to such a degree of perfection that he often makes...

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‘A global readership is a form of encouragement’

Chinese author  Jia Pingwa, recipient of the Mao Dun Literature Prize, the highest literary honour in China, speaks to Latha...

Bohemian beauty: Travelling through centuries in timeless, enchanting Prague

Standing in front of Prague’s Old Town Hall Tower (Old Town) gazing at the astronomical clock, I felt I had...

‘#MeToo empowers women to speak out on social media’

Kiran Manra latest book, Saving Maya, revolves around the story of a single parent. she has eight books to her credit...

Ashwin Sanghi: The business of writing

Your 2012 book The Krishna Key is set to be made into a movie and a web series. How exciting...

Stefano Ricci to double its market presence in India

Luxury living is a term that can’t be used loosely—it is sacred and attributed to only the uber-rich who can...

Luxury hotels that serve up a slice of nature on a plate

This Sunday brunch at The Park, Chennai, was unusual and unique—not because it was at a luxury hotel but because...