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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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Half a lifetime: Rahul Vohra

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

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Usha Ganguly: A Curtain-Call

Aparajita Krishna walks you through the rich life of theatre stalwart Usha Ganguly, through Om Pareek’s experience of ha...

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Those magical tours

Rumi Taraporevala travels back in time, to recapture the joy of the iconic Lala Tours of Bombay, conducted by St. Xavier&rsquo...

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Failed promises of the right wing: Andrzej Wajda

Sharad Raj transports you back to the film Ashes and Diamonds - an all-time masterpiece of Polish cinema, directed by one of the most important filmmakers,...

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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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Zohnerism: The Art of selective communication

Dr. Sandeep Goyal explores the art of selective communication during this post truth era, the times in which it’s diffic...

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The Iconoclast

Long before Angela Merkel became a messiah for Arab migrants and courted controversy, there was Adolf Hitler wh...

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Sign of the times: The Mahatma and the Frontier Gandhi

February 6 was Khan Abdul Ghaffar’s Khan birth anniversary; he was born in 1890 in Utmanzai, Pakistan, writes Humra Quraishi Read More

Voices we miss

Film historian Dhruv Somani, chronicles the popular film playback singers, who are rarely heard today.