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Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

What is between recent popular Malayalam flicks and the wedding eve ceremonies in the bride’s house, asks...

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Nidravatwam: Between sleep and wakefulness

Janaky Sreedharan believes Nidravatwam was a brilliant initiation into the language and aesthetics of theater conceptualized b...

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Why a Statue of Netaji now?

Subhashini Ali explains why the statue of Netaji will not transform the Prime Minister into an inheritor of the legacy of the ...

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Women in Cinema Collective: A Work In Progress

“An actress was a person who could never own herself,” writes Janaky Sreedharan in her piece about the role played...

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Land of Unsuitable Women

We are witnessing in the state of Kerala today a spurt in unsuitable women - women who are undaunted naysayers, living or dead, writes ...

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A Life in Translation: Gita Krishnankutty

Gita Krishnankutty is a name inextricably intertwined with the history of Malayalam translations into English, writes Janaky Sreedharan...

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Her Bollywood

Anubha Yadav’s book Scripting Bollywood: Candid Conversations with Women Who Write Hindi Cinema, lights up a neglected space in film...

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The loneliness of an Indian (virgin) Bride

What are Indian wedding dreams made of? – a question Janaky Sreedharan answers as she views it through the lens of the r...

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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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