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The art of Gaganendranath Tagore

At the height of darkness comes the first stirrings of dawn - a renaissance in the arts, literature and social life. It is against this backdro...

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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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Their Little Secret: Murmur of the Heart

Louis Malle is known for controversial and often semi-autobiographical work, writes Sharad Raj.

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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The Women of the Farmers Agitation

Subhashini Ali writes about the Women farmers’ parliament - a parliament that the government is determined to keep ordin...

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Sita Rattan: Her blue and yellow moments

Vinta Nanda visits Sita Rattan’s canvases and explores the well of consciousness that she draws out her art from.

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An auteur in the true sense: Werner Herzog

The new wave German cinema with its mighty generals like Wim Winders and Reiner Werner Fassbinder had a maverick for company, an eccentric geni...

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They stand united now

The unity program initiated by farm leaders can take the shape of a cultural revolution in rural north India, writes Kancha Ilaiah Shep...

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Pravesh Sippy: Never in Dire Straits

Water of love deep in the ground/But there ain’t no water here to be found/Some day baby when the river runs free/It's gonna carry that w...

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Aarey Wah!

The government's decision to shift the Metro car shed has met with cheers from environmentalists and activists. These torchbearers speak to Read More