Kaleidoscope

Kaleidoscope - An Enduring Romance

A play about marital infidelity has been winning fans over the years, instead of shocking conservative Indians. Bernard Slade’s Tony award-winning romantic comedy Same T...

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Kaleidoscope - Of Human Bondage

In India, where a large section of the population is vegetarian, the hullabaloo over a women refusing to eat meat would seem excessive, but in, South Korean writer Han Kang&rs...

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Kaleidoscope - Kiddie Party

As summer vacations draw to a close, the marvellous season of children’s plays also comes to a halt. Very few groups who work on children’s theatre during the summ...

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Kaleidoscope - Honesty Or Racism?

It’s a hot topic right now—millions of refugees from Islamic countries flocking to Europe and tilting the population balance. Already, prophets of doom are predict...

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Kaleidoscope - Just Not Funny

Disclaimer: The views and opinions expressed in this article belong to the writer and not indicative or representative of the organization ACEE - The Third Eye The furore over...

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Kaleidoscope - From A Child’s Heart

It has been observed that more often than not books for or about kids have a male protagonist.  Two recent books buck that trend and have girls leading-- and very interes...

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Kaleidoscope - Laughter Above All

It's driving one section of theatre folk to despair, and causing another section to success-- the popularity of comedy above all else. Audiences are flocking to comedy plays ...

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Kaleidoscope - All That Glitters

China is considered an Asian Tiger and an economic superpower to be feared by the First World countries. In India, Shanghai is seen as a model of urban development, and all ci...

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Kaleidoscope - Nirbhaya Again

The horrific case of the brutal rape of a Kerala law student has reminded everyone of the December 16, 2012 gut-wrenching incident that has come to be known as the Nirbhaya Ca...

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Kaleidoscope - Glimpses Of Kabul

Western women who do not have to live under oppressive conditions in strictly patriarchal countries like Afghanistan tend to romantisize the country's beauty and the nobility ...

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Witchy Brew

In common usage, the word chudail describes an aggressive or quarrelsome woman—cou...

November 30 2019

Back to Basics: Political Organizations in India

In progress and evolution, few basics always remain fundamental to any system or organiz...

November 30 2019

Simran Puri’s Kangan

Women are equals now by law but back then it was different… The story unfolds am...

November 1 2019