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Hate mongering and dreamy love songs

Humra Quraishi asks us how we can participate in assemblies of pleasure and write dreamy love songs, in this atmosphere of vio...

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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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And a New Year is about to begin…

It is the good times of the past that inspire us to look forward to the coming year, for there is little in the events of 2021 that give any co...

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Double standards… all the way!

Humra Quraishi goes over the many events of recent past in which it is getting clearer by the day that the discrimination agai...

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They go to die there, where there is life

Humra Quraishi veers to the bard, Gulzar’s verse written by him in the times of the pandemic.

Signs of the times: Nothing’s right

Humra Quraishi says that the signs of fascism are spreading, yet as mute spectators we sit quiet and subdued.

Signs of the times: You’re changing

Humra  Quraishi wonders if the bleak days will continue with new strains of the corona and the communal virus spreading.<...

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Signs of the time: The vacuum

Humra Quraishi imagines what it would be like if India is to have a ministry of loneliness and leaves you to ponder over a bea...

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She loved Cinema: Pamela Rooks

Humra Quraishi revisits the life and times of Pamela Rooks. And, her films, Miss Beatty’s Children and Train to Pakistan...

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