By Purva Grover
It’s a known fact that most writers thrive on readers’ feedback; good, bad or ugly — we are supposed to take it in our stride. Of course, there are a few closet writers, who never share their words with the world. Continue reading Do you have it in you to write for a future library?
By Lucas Shaw
The market for guitar lessons is massive. Some 60 million people rent a guitar each year. To cash in on that, U2’s Edge helps Fender Find What It’s Looking For with this new app
Continue reading You really can learn to play the guitar on an app, sitting at home
By Nilanjana Gupta
How many kids do you know who’ve created 60 dresses? Dubai’s Apeksha Binoj has a record for being India’s youngest fashion designer
Continue reading This not-yet-a-teenager designs dresses like a pro
By Asma Ali Zain
Imagine when a South Asian is told that you can no longer eat chapati or rice and the evening cuppa has to be without milk and sugar! Yeah, it happened to me.
Continue reading Don’t wait for your neck to hurt to begin the weight loss
By Bernd Debusmann Jr.
Even before the outright ban, the American government, and many others, warned that travel to North Korea is ill advised, at best. Be that as it may, if someone gave you a plane ticket, would you board?
Continue reading Are you game for a summer holiday in North Korea?
By Nivriti Butalia
This year we’re going to see more emojis added to the esteemed pantheon of non-wordy characters that have become so essential to the way we communicate. Which ones are your poison?
Continue reading How’s this for a 1-emoji-says-it-all headline?
By Sujata Assomull
The Nou Project is about a line of contemporary cutting edge trainers, which turn the humble sports shoe into a collectible. Here, it’s all about wearing your art on your sleeve. Or on your feet?
Continue reading When you take sneakers this seriously, they better be arty