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A Woman of Letters

“I am reading Amartya Sen’s book nowadays”, says a sprightly young voice at the other end of my telephone line: Janak...

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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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SMM AUSAJA: Keeper Of Our Cine-Heritage & Memorabilia

SMM AUSAJA, our man in the frame, deserves not just this mere article, but perhaps books on him writes Aparajita Krishna.

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Remembered: Mulk Raj Anand

Humra Quraishi recalle her conversations with one of India’s most perceptive writers, Mulk Raj Anand, who spoke about th...

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Avoidable: The 'ageism' bias

With all that is being written in the media these days about ageism, I should not (actually could not) have done all that I did over the years,...

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A Ringside View of Circus

Janaky Sreedharan writes that to read a book on circus is, in a way, to revisit our childhood - to recall the color, joy and a...

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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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Chann Pardesi: Reuniting with the cult-classic

Aparajita Krishna writes, Chann Pardesi would be a stranger to the young cine-goer, India 2020, including the young diaspora g...

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The Day Before Today: Lockdown Stories by Gayatri Gill

The Day Before Today is Gayatri Gill’s debut novel.

She is a producer, scriptwriter...

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Those Placid Waters

Humra  Quraishi tells another heartbreaking shortstory, set in Kashmir, where the blur between who is the enemy and who i...

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