Kaleidoscope

Pursuit of Happiness

Money can't buy love, compatibility or happiness, as a young woman in Makrand Deshpande's play, Sir Sir Sarla discovers for herself.

The professor she admires and l...

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Jay-walking In London

Khurrum Rahman’s excellent debut novel, East Of HounslowRead More

A Hope And A Prayer

Showbusiness is about success and stardom, but failure has its place too—if there is a top of the ladder,...

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Electric Women

What if the gender equation were to be reversed so that women could not just defend themselves against violent males but also overpower them...

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Power of Imagination

There is no limit to where the imagination can go, and some the best children’s books encourage this ability. As people grow up, reali...

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Trouble In Paradise

Celeste Ng’s award-winning debut novel, Everything I Never Told You, was set in the Seventies, and explored issues of race and alienation of the &lsquo...

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The More Things Change…

Ajit Dalvi’s Marathi play Samajswasthya, directed by Atul Pethe, is a startling reminder that in spite of all the progress India has witnessed ov...

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By The Sea

Jennifer Egan’s 2011 novel, on her Pulitzer. Experimental in form, the book had thirteen chapters from different points of view a...

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Wedding-Go-Round

It has already been established that Bollywood loves romance and weddings—every year there are a handful films set around noise and bustle of traditional weddings. It...

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Twist In The Fairytale

What would happen to Sleeping Beauty if Prince Charming did not arrive to wake her up? What if women in the world went to sleep forever? How would the men cope?

Ste...

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‘Evening Shadows’ to premiere at the Mardi Gras Film Festival

Award winning Indian filmmaker and gay activist Sridh...

February 20 2018

Role Reversal to address Domestic Abuse

In what countries are women and men on the most equal...

February 20 2018