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The Art of Ramkinkar Baij

Modern Indian sculpture as we know it began with Ramkinkar Baij. Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri looks at the works and legacy of a pio...

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Half a lifetime: Rahul Vohra

It’s a dress-circle view that Vinta Nanda brings,...

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Mise en scene: a metaphysical expression

Sharad Raj writes that to arrive at one’s mise en scene is to liberate oneself from dogmas that are both personal and in...

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Gup-shup with GoPu

Noted academic, playwright, writer Govind P Deshpande (2nd August 1938 – 16th October 2013) was be...

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A Bouquet of Talks

This is a bouquet of assorted fragrances, writes Aparajita Krishna

These are narrations t...

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Abdullah Khan of Patna Blues

Aparajita Krishna writes that the debut novel of the 49 year old author born in village Pandari, 40 Kms from Motihari in Bihar...

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We were the Cathedral School boys, the Cats

What it meant to be a ‘Cat’ during the swinging 1960s at the premier school of Mumbai, India? Take that, Campionites!

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Theatre Will Shrink, Like Cinema Viewing Has: Naseeruddin Shah

Last weekend, veterans Ratna Pathak Shah and Naseeruddin Shah (right) — as Mrs Patrick Campbell and George Bernard Shaw, respectively — staged the play, Dear Li...

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Eliza By Any Other Name

December 2015 marked the end of the year long birth centenary celebrations of pioneering theatre personality Begum Qudsia Zaidi. To her goes the credit for translating and ...

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