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Those Haunting Melodies

Film historian Dhruv Somani, laments the end of the mel...

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Speak, for your lips are still free…

As Eid-ul-Fitr is to  be  observed next week, let me write about one of my earlier meetings with the late Khwaja Hasan Sani Nizami, w...

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All about flesh and blood

Humra Quraishi responds to the unnecessary hungama surrounding Halal, a noise not sparing even Haldiram’s Falahari Packe...

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Abar Bochhor Koori Pore: For old time’s sake

A new Bengali film explores the relationship between five school friends who come together after twenty years. Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri <...

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Hinduism, not Hindutva, was Nehru’s idea of India

Let us not be in any illusion. Being complacent basis the belief that there’s any sensitivity left in the discourse would be wrong, write...

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Death of the language and a metaphor

Humra Quraishi expresses her anguish at the mindless violence and hatred spreading across India, which is also attacking the c...

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Signs of the time: What Gandhi didn’t want

Humra Quraishi looks at the indiscriminate violence taking place around the country ironically...

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The Manipur Man: Bijoykumar Tayenjam

Bijoykumar Tayenjam is an author, a poet and a civil engineer in Imphal, Manipur, writes Vinta Nanda

Signs of the time: Rape, the weapon of mass destruction

Humra Quraishi comments on the most recent rape of a nine-in-year old girl in the national capital of India and the ruthlessne...

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Solace in Solitude

Khalid Mohamed expresses his gratitude for the abiding presence of the therapeutic voice of Lata Mangeshkar during the anxiety...

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