Aparna Alluri was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers. She no longer works with the Hindustan Times.
Articles by Aparna Alluri
A Delhi homemaker has invented a toilet seat cover you can slip into your bag and carry around with you. IIT students are innovating with a pedal device...
The Play Factory debuts with a performance of a trio of Murakami’s short stories that have been adapted for the stage
Birth control for men has barely progressed since the first vasectomy in 1899. The reason for that is a little bit of science and a lot of sexism.
World’s Best Classic Movie Festival at the Siri Fort Auditorium is a must for the fans of Alfred Hitchcock, Frank Capra and actor James Stewart.
From love to melancholy to thrilling suspense, we have got you covered with this must-watch list from the Habitat Film Festival. Some of them include Sairat, Mukti Bhawan and A Death in the Gunj.
A KA Abbas retrospective at the Habitat Film Festival, currently on in Delhi, takes stock of how he portrayed the common man’s encounter with the city.
Fouzia Dastango is one of the few women storytellers in the oral tradition of Dastangoi.
The Indian wedding photo has changed dramatically. Shy brides and impassive grooms have all but vanished. In their place are beaming posers oblivious to what has become a daily accessory: the camera.
Award-winning photos from The World Press Photo Foundation’s 2016 collection are now on display in Delhi.
The week-long exhibition in Delhi brings together a collection of edgy, contemporary art from across the globe with an eye on young Indian buyers.
Homegrown sleuths, true crime, espionage and more at the third edition of the festival
Patriarchy, rebellion, Bollywood, the pressures of dressing to work and the lure of comfort have all transformed a distinctly “Punjabi” outfit into a familiar ensemble across India
It’s 45 years of the Indo-Vietnam friendship
The “Major” Actor’s Assorted Monologues is a one-hour long solo performance drawing from poetry, stories and letters in multiple languages.
“House concerts”, public performances in people's homes, are popular because the music is diverse and the vibe intimate and relaxed.
Trump’s tweet has put the focus on Air Force One – an oval office-in-the-air-- fitted with the best communication and defence technology.
For anime fans and novices - a retrospective on the celebrated Japanese filmmaker
Pinjra Tod, a Delhi-wide student campaign seeks to break through the deeply sexist and suffocating rules for women.
As a legendary of line-up of rock and roll stars draws the crowds, we go looking for their biggest fans in India
In his former life as a swashbuckling conservative columnist, Johnson said a lot of things that are at odds with the buttoned-down rules of diplomacy.