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Government in Hibernation - Lay-offs Rampant

Instead of preparing the youth for difficult times ahead, the government of India is leading them into uncertainty by giving false hope, writes...

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Bengali Cinema: A Middle Way to Tread

Satyabrata Ghosh explores the cinema of West Bengal to conclude how the median between art and commerce exists and has been of...

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The Hyperlinked World

Ranjan Das takes the Diptakirti Chaudhuri account, Written by Salim-Javed, as a case in point to explore a vast hyperlinked un...

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Decolonizing The Caste Question

Vanshika Bhagat discusses the present status of Dalit converts to Islam and Christianity vis-a-vis reservation, which endeavor...

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This Distance

Humra Quraishi lays out the importance of the Bharat Jodo Yatra in context to similar Yatras taken by great men like the Mahat...

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Memories of Underdevelopment

Sharad Raj writes, “Many consider Tomas Alea, the greatest filmmaker to emerge from Cuba and Memories of Underdevelopmen...

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Figuring out Chaddha

An essential quality of cinema is to portray moments that are transitory in human life, writes Satyabrata Ghosh in his take on...

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No Country For Minorities

Humra Quraishi points out the double standards adopted by the state when dealing with minorities in India.

Hope and Glory

Film historian Dhruv Somani narrates the long and fulfilling journey of Asha Parekh, also known as The Hit Girl who has just b...

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Here I was born…

Humra Quraishi shares facts about the displacements of one particular minority community of India in the name of development.<...

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