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Churchgate railway station, the southernmost terminus on the Western line of the Mumbai Suburban Railway.

Queer Haunts Of The ’90s

Photographs by Mallika Chandra

Carefully navigating conservative social norms to avoid being outed, ostracised or questioned by the authorities, men who belong to marginalised LGBTQIA+ groups cultivated safe spaces for their interactions in the ’90s.
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Book Fairies Worldwide, Books, Featured, Huda Merchant, Jeddah Reads, Literacy, Literary Arts, Literary Culture, Online Exclusive, Read, Reading

The book-based social initiative is changing lives, one page at a time
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Andreco, Aravani Art Project, Artists, Asian Paints, Daku, Featured, Hanif Kureshi, Jor Bagh, KONA, Lodhi Art District, Murals, Online Exclusive, Sameer Kulavoor, St+art Delhi, St+art Festival 2019, St+art Foundation, St+Art India, Street Art, Yok and Sheryo

The 2019 edition of St+art Delhi festival presents futuristic concepts that are a commentary on the current environmental degradation along with artworks and installations that make you ponder the social decline that our meme-loving generation has come to be associated with
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Salma Sultan, Neethi Ravindran, Usha Albuquerque, Doordarshan

Before cacophonous primetime news hours proved why we call it the ‘idiot box’, there was once a steadier approach to the reportage of national events. When Doordarshan was the predominant news channel back in the day, some of the country’s pioneering anchors were a group of women whose names became — and for many Indians still remain — synonymous with broadcast news back in the day. Salma Sultan, Neethi Ravindran and Usha Albuquerque, who continued to rule the small screen well into the ’90s, speak to Verve about being the faces and voices of our nation
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Anita Dube, Art, Artists, Arun Kumar, Bapi Das, Charan Singh, Chitra Ganesh, Featured, Kochi, Kochi - Muziris Biennale 2019, Kochi Muziris Biennale, Lubna Chowdhary, Mrinalini Mukherjee, Online Exclusive, Probir Gupta, Rina Banerjee, Song Dong, Sonia Khurana, Sue Williamson, Sunil Gupta, Tejal Shah

At the Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2018 which enjoys the most amount of female participation, Shraddha Jahagirdar-Saxena picks out the most thought-provoking artworks
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Are Fashion Weeks Still Relevant?

With designers choosing to debut collections on social media, magazine editors visiting infrequently, buyers cutting short their time spent and no one really clamouring for that controversial front row -- does anybody still care? Asks Nishat Fatima.
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