Dipanjan Sinha

Dipanjan Sinha is principal correspondent, weekend features in Mumbai. He has been a journalist for seven years now and worked on the desk, news and features teams

Articles by Dipanjan Sinha

Threats, slurs, insults: It’s a hard life for lawyers defending terror suspects

Your client may be acquitted, but life will likely never be the same. Friends and neighbours shun you, loved ones question your motives.

Updated on Mar 19, 2017 09:34 AM IST
Hindustan Times | By

Innocence Network: After freedom, the fight for justice

The wrongfully incarcerated come forward to demand justice and reparation

(Kunal Patil/ HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 03:20 PM IST
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#Unreserved: Tales from a general compartment

Three Mumbai-based filmmakers have turned their pan-India railway adventure into a film.

Filmmakers Samarth Mahajan, Rajat Bhargava and Omkar Divekar, the team that travelled unreserved.
Updated on Apr 11, 2019 02:53 PM IST
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Catch a flute symphony, jive to different beats at Kala Ghoda Arts Festival

More than 700 dancers from across India and beyond, including countries such as France and Spain, will perform

Schoolchildren perform a folk dance at the Kala Ghoda Festival, 2016.(HT File Photo)
Updated on Jan 31, 2017 09:58 AM IST
Hindustan Times | By, Mumbai

One is a Husain; the other’s a fake. Can you spot the difference?

We stop by at an exhibition on cultures of forgery to try and distinguish fake art from real.

The Husain and faux Husain are on display at an exhibition titled Likeness Without Reference, at Mumbai’s Piramal Museum of Art.(Kunal Patil / HT Photo)
Updated on Jan 20, 2017 04:17 PM IST
Hindustan Times | By

The first collected edition of Shakespeare’s plays makes its India debut in Mumbai

Published in 1623, it is believed that about 750 copies of the First Folio were printed, of which there are 234 known surviving, according to The British Library, which holds five copies.

It’s William Shakespeare’s First Folio — the first collected edition of his plays — which came out seven years after his death and contains 36 of his 37 recognised plays.(Claire Kendall)
Updated on Jan 19, 2017 01:08 AM IST
Hindustan Times | By

In an era of fake news, check out India’s homegrown Hoax Slayer

It worries me that people don’t fact-check, says Mumbai businessman Pankaj Jain, who runs the page.

Updated on Jan 14, 2017 08:34 AM IST
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