All stories by Manavi Kapur
Meet Kejriwal's trusted menRediff.com2 Jan 2016
Aam Aadmi Party spokespersons, Ashutosh, Ashish Khetan and Raghav Chadha, are adept at turning issues on their head and putting up a good offence in their defence.
When Zuckerberg came to Uttarakhand in search of spiritualityRediff.com30 Nov 2015
Kainchi, near Nainital, attracts devotees from near and far, 42 years after the death of its spiritual leader, Neem Karoli Baba.
Dance your way to good healthRediff.com21 Oct 2015
Why run when you can dance.
A martyr's family remembersRediff.com21 Sep 2015
'A man dies and it's over for him. But we're right here, it isn't over for us,' she says cryptically. She talks about the "poverty" in which she had to raise her sons and daughter, the responsibility of today's youth to its country and how war widows should cope with their loss.
Retired post office clerk builds his own 'Taj Mahal'Rediff.com31 Aug 2015
Unlike the Mughal emperor's monument that is a popular tourist destination, Faizul Hasan Qadri wants his Taj to remain just a shrine of his love for his wife.
A wine haven for some quietRediff.com29 Jun 2015
Perch, New Delhi's first wine and coffee bar, has an expansive wine list but could do with a few more options for coffee
How Tom Uncle's Maggi Point is surviving the noodles crisisRediff.com27 Jun 2015
The popular DU kiosk is losing approximately Rs 2,000 per day, even though they still serve instant noodles
'A house divided against itself'Rediff.com19 Apr 2015
The Bharat Ratna conferred on Madan Mohan Malaviya has exposed the frictions within his family, reports Manavi Kapur
Are you fit enough to exercise with Dhoni?Rediff.com8 Apr 2015
M S Dhoni is promoting a new fitness regime, though he has very little to do with its execution
The dark side of processed foodRediff.com23 Feb 2015
World over, consumers are moving away from processed food -- meat in particular. Want to know why?
Tata Housing CEO on how smart cities can be developedRediff.com8 Feb 2015
Like Jamshedpur, many Indian cities that have been and will be properly planned can be smart cities of the future.
The man who received a Rs 132-crore shockRediff.com3 Nov 2014
Small stores go out of business as consumers flock onlineRediff.com2 Oct 2014
Shopkeepers are losing buyers in droves to e-tailers for everything from fashion to smartphones, and are struggling to find solutions.
'Governor cannot demand reason for his removal'Rediff.com22 Jun 2014
Recent media reports suggested that the Narendra Modi government at the Centre is seeking the removal of governors of states appointed by the previous Congress government. Subhash C Kashyap, former secretary-general of the Lok Sabha and a constitutional expert, speaks to Manavi Kapur on the predicament that several governors are now facing