• Thu, Feb 23, 2017
  • Capturing the enchanting wildlife of Africa

    Updated: Feb, 23, 201706:30 AM

    Pooja Chordia, a city based wildlife and travel photographer is all set with an upcoming exhibition, Africa An Awakening, at the Art Houz Gallery. Her works will showcase the amazing landscapes of...
    Capturing the enchanting wildlife of Africa
    Pooja Chordia loved every bit of the wildlife she got to witness during her recent trip to Africa. She had gone to South Africa and worked extensively with a wildlife conservation organisation there. They not only encouraged her to photograph animals for identification, but also taught her to track animals and identify radio-collared animals. She also visited Kenya and Tanzania. After coming back, she has decided to showcase all the photos of wild animals that she clicked during the trip in an exhibition.Pooja says, “There were a lot of crazy, memorable experiences from the trip. One of them was while returning to our camp in the evening (it was pitch black around 5.30 pm), and we suddenly heard this sound of an elephant trumpeting on the path ahead of us. A glimpse made us realise that there was a small herd of elephants in the front and...
  • Science of parenting: When children say ‘No’ Science of parenting: When children say ‘No’
    Updated: Feb, 22, 201706:45 AM

    It’s common to hear adults appreciate children who do as they are told. ‘She is so obedient! He listens to everything you say!’ Isn’t it blissful when our children cooperate and everything goes...

  • Singing to babies benefits mothers too, says research Singing to babies benefits mothers too, says research
    Updated: Feb, 22, 201706:30 AM

    Unlike other forms of caregiving, mothers singing to their babies is a universal behaviour, and new research shows that the act could be mutually beneficial for both the mother and the child.

  • Kerala to host National Folk Festival from February 24 Kerala to host National Folk Festival from February 24
    Updated: Feb, 20, 201710:10 AM

    Over 500 artists will showcase the centuries-old folklore culture and tradition of the country through different art forms here as part of the National Folk Festival of Kerala.

  • Book Review: Of unconditional love, its risks and rewards Book Review: Of unconditional love, its risks and rewards
    Updated: Feb, 19, 201702:56 PM

    Two by Two starts like any other simple narrative that talks about the happenings in a young man, Russell Green’s life.

  • Looking at Kashmir through a lens Looking at Kashmir through a lens
    Updated: Feb, 19, 201702:50 PM

    Adding to the plethora of existing literature documenting the turmoil of Kashmir that has grabbed headlines time and again, is a new book that offers a visual narrative of the disturbances in the...

  • Wizardry of the mistress of strokes Wizardry of the mistress of strokes
    Updated: Feb, 19, 201702:43 PM

    86-year-old Sucy Titus paints with the enthusiasm of a young artist and her artworks are a piece of her heart and soul.

  • Thailand, getaway of a lifetime Thailand, getaway of a lifetime
    Updated: Feb, 19, 201702:37 PM

    With immaculate beaches, fascinating culture and cuisine, and salubrious climate, Thailand is, undeniably, one of the most happening holiday destinations in the world.

  • Interiors: Dress up your walls Interiors: Dress up your walls
    Updated: Feb, 18, 201710:36 AM

    Give bare walls a makeover with these interesting ideas and create a warm mood to welcome you when you return home after a stressful day at work.

  • Exploring Krishna beyond myths and folklore Exploring Krishna beyond myths and folklore
    Updated: Feb, 18, 201707:15 AM

    Bengaluru-based dancer Chitra Chandrashekar Dasarathy along with seven dancers from her dance school is presenting her new Bharatanatyam production, Apara in Chennai.