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She loved Cinema: Pamela Rooks

Humra Quraishi revisits the life and times of Pamela Rooks. And, her films, Miss Beatty’s Children and Train to Pakistan. I had  met  Pamela  Rooks sever...

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The King of Rock n’ Roll: Elvis Presley

Monarose Sheila Pereira speaks to Elvis Presley’s Indian fans as they pay tribute to the King of Rock and Roll. Elvis Presley died on August 16, 1977 at the age of...

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Ways of seeing Mumbai

A photo-essay by Megh Bhavsar on the city as perceived through the eye of his camera. Text Edited by: Khalid Mohamed Any highly-trained and accomplished photographer is more...

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Question of Homesickness

Even as the on-going COVID-19 pandemic affects the world, Anil Dixit writes on the bond among Indians employed in Dubai, Abu Dhabi and other cities in the Gulf countries. Pho...

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To the story I was born

Aparajita Krishna plunges into her rich past, where there is a paean to her left leaning parents who inhabited India’s recent political history This is a personal note ...

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Seema Kohli: From the canvas of her life and art

Aparajita Krishna deep dives to Seema Kohli’s work and brings to you her thoughts, which influence her art. “If you could say it in words, there would be no reaso...

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Shaheen Bagh and the Idea of India

This necessary collection comprises interviews with some of the brave women at the core of the protest; ground reports and photographs by journalists like Seema Mustafa, Seemi...

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Wedding Photography: In a state of limbo

Photographer Vatsal Shah, writes on the drastic downturn in the industry of professional photography in the time of the coronavirus. Right now, the series Indian Matchmaking ...

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The Day Before Today: Lockdown Stories by Gayatri Gill

The Day Before Today is Gayatri Gill’s debut novel. She is a producer, scriptwriter, story editor and co-founder
at Swastik Productions, Mumbai, with over fifteen yea...

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My Darkest Time

In this long-short personal story of having overcome a big challenge, Gaurav Jain says, “When you break your leg, you know it! There is no perhaps!” “Take t...

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A Faust for Bangladesh

Farrukh Dhondy at his best as he recounts the attempt he once made to adapt Goethe&rsquo...

December 2 2021

All about Eve: A History of the Hindi Film Heroine

All about Eve: A History of the Hindi Film HeroineThe more things change, the more they ...

December 1 2021

Memories of an advertising man…

In this fascinating first-person-account, Monojit Lahiri, known for his Bollywood-driven...

November 30 2021