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Chennai's going gaga - Gangnam style

Geeta Doctor | May 4, 2013
Until a few years ago rickshaw drivers refused to go to Velachery.
Art Biennale
Art gets a back-rub

Art gets a back-rub

Geeta Doctor | February 9, 2013
The Kochi-Muziris Biennale may be ridden with chaos and controversy, but it's also got some excellent art.
Feminine force
Sita and sexuality

Sita and sexuality

Geeta Doctor | January 12, 2013
Indian mythology is replete with instances of violence against women.
Natural City
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Small, rain-fed and recycled

Geeta Doctor | October 20, 2012
A 'Natural City' might sound like a paradox, but in it lies our salvation, says architect Romi Khosla.
Toni Morrison's new 'Home'
Haunted house

Haunted house

Geeta Doctor | August 18, 2012
There is a sort of terror that a writer like Morrison holds.
Family play
Two tall women

Two tall women

Geeta Doctor | July 7, 2012
Malavika Sarukkai belongs to the austere and elegant Bharata Natyam dance tradition.
Coronation Durbar
Durbar Dolly

Durbar Dolly

Geeta Doctor | April 14, 2012
It's now just over a hundred years since the last Durbar was held at Delhi.
Earth Shadows
Gravity’s rainbow

Gravity’s rainbow

Geeta Doctor | March 24, 2012
Playful, threatening, but never sentimental, Gautam Bhatia's art captures shades of light and dark.
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Satan's foot

Satan's foot

Geeta Doctor | February 25, 2012
It appears as a misshapen footprint on the bald head of Adam's Peak in the island paradise of Sri Lanka.
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Destiny's child

Destiny's child

Geeta Doctor | February 4, 2012
Why Charles Dickens lives on 200 years after he was born.
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