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Betting on Bombay: What it took to turn the clock back for web series Scam 1992

India, Oct. 30 -- It's like time travel, in a city least suited to such a thing. So how did Hansal Mehta and his team recreate the Bombay of the 1980s and early 1990s so effectively, for the web serie... Read More


The science of burnout (and how to beat it)

India, Oct. 30 -- There is no commonly discussed definition of burnout, and so most people dealing with it don't know that they are experiencing one. Dr Rajesh Sagar, professor of psychiatry at the A... Read More


Bored, restless urban India is turning to exotic, exorbitant plants

India, Oct. 23 -- They don't need to be walked, or fed very much. They can't nip out, forcing you to give chase. They're a calming thing to have around. "Having plants in a living space is proven a m... Read More


Close your eyes: A first-of-its-kind film for the blind tells a story in sound

India, Oct. 23 -- A conversation and a question. That's how India's first-of-its-kind audio feature film for the visually challenged came about. Filmmaker Sanamjit Talwar already had a script in plac... Read More


#Farmstagram is offering trapped urban Indians some peas and quiet

India, Oct. 23 -- There's an Instagram obsession that's made it to India in the pandemic - #Farmstagram, posts that showcase farm life, offering a vicarious escape to those who are city-bound, and wis... Read More