The Hip to the Ho(o)p

“Basketball is hip-hop. Hip-hop is basketball,” Quotes Quavo from Migos in an interview with Sports Illustrated. “It’s no way hip-hop would be around without basketball.” From the benches to the court, Hip Hop culture has had an unquestionable impact on the world of the NBA. From countless references to athletes and teams littering the lyrical content […]

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The Barstool Project

The image is a familiar one. A musician sits alone on a darkened stage, a guitar and microphone as their lone companions. Bathed in the soft orange glow of a spotlight, they strum a single, resounding note. The echo reverberates through the room, sending chills down the spines of the expectant spectators. This was the […]

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Fridays for Future

Thousands of Indians, both children and adults, came out responding to the Climate Strike held between the 20th and 27th September. Here’s the ground report.

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The End of ENDS

The Indian government has just introduced a complete ban on Electronic Nicotine Delivery Systems or ENDS. The ordinance, approved by the Union Cabinet, details a ban on nine forms of vape and e-cigarette related activities, including production, manufacturing, transport, sale, distribution, storage, advertising and import and export. This decisive action follows global backlash towards the […]

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Sticks & Stones: Strange Sports From Around The World You Need To See To Believe

In the year 2012, a shocking revelation came in the form of an official response to a query submitted to The Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports by 12-year-old Aishwarya Parashar. The inquisitive child from Lucknow filed a Right To Information (RTI) application to the Prime Minister’s office for official copies of the declaration of […]

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Wildlife Kabini

Meet Harsha Narasimhamurthy, a wildlife photographer with a deep-rooted reverence for the creatures of the wild. Known as “The Cat Man” to his friends and associates, Harsha has an intrinsic talent for tracking big cats. With many accolades to his name, Harsha views photography as a digital form of painting- a skill that calls for […]

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New York on Film

Sai Abhishek is a freelance cinematographer from Ooty, who spends his time travelling the world with his trusty camera in tow; a digital nomad in search of the perfect shot. He spends his days shooting documentaries and travel videos, transmuting his breathtaking experiences into film. His most recent piece takes us on a journey through […]

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A DAY OUT IN DHOBI GHAT

A photo series by Nikita Mishra “This photo series is about a day in the life of Dhobi Ghat, through the humans and animals that live in it. Capturing this on my lens made me realise that there is such hidden beauty in the daily routine lives of these humans, if only you took the […]

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