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Signs of the times: Imagine all the people…

Humra Quraishi wonders if it is the need of this time to revive the Progressive Writers Movement in India.

In gentle streets where people play

I first met Suryaveer (it tickles my Panjabiat to call him Veera) in the year 2004, writes Vinta Nanda

Bringing up Babi

Film historian Dhruv Somani, reviews journalist Karishma Upadhyay’s riveting book Parveen Babi: A Life

Deepika Padukone is India’s most beautiful and glamorous

MS Dhoni is India’s Most Innovative; Saina Nehwal is India’s Most Reliable & Vikrant Massey is India’s Most Progressive a...

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Salim Arif: His Work of Many Parts

It is a daunting task to undertake summarising Salim Arif’s multifaceted talent and work resume in a few pages, writes ...

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Rucha Pathak: Giving vision and wings to the entertainment-fare.

Aparajita Krishna goes on a long walk with Rucha Pathak and gets her talking about her journey - from a student of media to le...

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Zen and the art of Sanjay Chhel

Vinta Nanda goes on a roller coaster ride with Writer, Director, Artist, Lyricist, Columnist a...

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Who decides?

Newcomers we were to this survival game, to this locale, to this one-room setting, to this downslide, to this helplessness. We were new at sawi...

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The Last Concert

Begum Akhtar passed away a day after her concert in Ahmedabad on 29 October, 1974. Here’s a rare photo-essay of that enchanted evening by...

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COVID-19: What it means to Business - Part 2

In continuation of a three part series on COVID Survival Guide for businesses, especially small businesses/ startups by Alok Jagdhari <...

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