Namrata Kohli | New Delhi Daaji’s book is a beautiful account of the importance of seniors in our lives. In a world that glosses over
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Some of Delhi’s upscale areas were born soon after Independence as neighbourhoods sprung up to rehabilitate refugees. Namrata Kohli interviews entrepreneurs who started up soon
These ‘refugee’ colonies, U-shaped with a park in the middle, became the template for subsequent neighbourhoods, partly because they were built by the same urban
Kashmir Files was not a movie that one saw. It was an experience that one lived through. The man is on a mission to expose
Social entrepreneurs, corporates and communities showed how collective efforts are key to solving any crisis at a time when government and health systems are overwhelmed
This book is by one of my favourite people of all times, Anupam Kher, inarguably, one of the finest actors of the Indian film industry.
Corona has slowly but surely changed the conversation from I, me, myself to we, us and ourselves, at least in our headspace after seeing the
This article will spill some beans on the malpractices in journalism. Much of it, many of you may already know about. But somehow, there is
Book Review: “Delusional Politics” by Hardeep Singh Puri By Namrata Kohli He has spent forty years of his professional life as a senior diplomat and
Conflict and cooperation are the cornerstones of the equation between media persons especially when it comes to the relationship between a journalist and a publicist.