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Widening the Definition of Literature with Bob Dylan

The word ‘literature’ in a dictionary covers many genres of achievement and is the generic name for many sins, writes Farrukh Dhondy. Neverthel...

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Sentimental journey

Khalid Mohamed shares an insightful conversation with the legendary Ashok Kumar aka Dadamoni, the ever-lovable actor who would...

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Sentimental journey

Khalid Mohamed shares an insightful conversation with the legendary Ashok Kumar aka Dadamoni, the ever-lovable actor who would...

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Satyajit Ray: 10 Great Sequences

The films of Satyajit Ray have provided us with iconic moments that celebrate the many hues of life, all shot w...

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Home Alone: Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry

It’s Showtime, when you venture out with Chandigarh-based theatre artist, Dr. Neelam Mansingh Chowdhry, writes Vinta Nanda Read More

Of human bondage: National award-winning photo-journalist’s S.L. Shanth Kumar’s believe-it-or-not real-life story

He snagged this year’s National Award for the Best Professional Photographer on the theme of Women-led Development. Right now, he’s...

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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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Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Muppet Christmas Carol

The Muppets are just adorable, aren't they? And what's more adorable about them is their much-beloved Christmas classic, The Muppet Christmas Carol. There have bee...

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Madani Younis: ‘I Fear That Theatres Will Be Only For The Chosen Few’

Pointing through the Bush Theatre’s newly installed windows towards the street, Shepherd’s Bush Market and the railway bridge, artistic director Madani Younis o...

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Theatre As Teacher

There was a time when we used to watch stage adaptations of Charles Dickens’ novels full of vitality, powerful characterisations with universal appeal. Thanks to Khil...

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