articles by Riddhi Doshi


St+art India brings a celebration of street art to Mumbai; here's what's to expect

The second edition of the St+art Festival kicks off in Mumbai from 11 November onwards


Remembering Mahatma Gandhi: A walk through his 200-year-old ancestral home in Porbandar

A visit to Gandhi's ancestral home, Kirti Mandir complex in Porbandar, gives you a glimpse into the life of a man behind the Mahatma.


Creative touch: Urban Indians are seeking art, dance and movement therapy for improving mental health

Urban India seems to be warming up to creative therapies with the goal of seeking mental well-being.


Phullu, why I watched it, and our hypocritical approach to menstruation

Phullu hammers home that menstruation is a natural process, it’s not a ‘rog’ (disease) and sanitary napkins are not time bombs.


GM Mustard row: Experts weigh in on both sides of the genetically modified foods debate

The decades-old debate over Genetically Modified (GM) foods is back in the spotlight in India, after the centre's Genetic Engineering Approval Committee (GEAC) sanctioned the production and cultivation of GM mustard in May 2017.


New York Times' Ellen Barry's India stint is ending; her compelling journalism will stay on

Ellen Barry, New York Times' South Asia bureau chief, leaves India this August, leaving behind a legacy of humane, insightful and impactful news stories