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TIGHTROPE WALK FOR JOURNALISTS IN THE MAINSTREAM

Here, taking off from a few discussions at the Orange City Literature Festival she attended, Vinta Nanda looks at ‘ethic...

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UNDERSTANDING TRUE FEMINISM FROM KAINAZ JUSSAWALLA

When a true feminist speaks, her words are like leaves floating right before they rest their feet on the ground. Here’s Kainaz Ju...

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TORN BETWEEN TWO IDEOLOGIES – RAM RAJYA AND RAVAN RAJ

An excerpt from the book Mandodari, by Koral Dasgupta, released at Kitab Khana Mumbai with a conversation between the author and Avantika Bahug...

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PUNISHED FOR BEING BORN TO TIMES OF DIVISIVE POLITICS

Humra  Quraishi writes, “Before I focus on the ground realities in the Mewat region of Haryana, it is important for...

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THE CURIOUS CASE OF BOLLYWOOD AND POLITICS

One’s been listening to viewers of The Kerala Story. The common refrain is, “Ye picture dekh kar Musalmano se darr lag raha hai! (A...

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FIFTY YEARS AFTER GARM HAVA

Garm Hava (1974) is undoubtedly the best Indian film to capture the pain of Partition that swept the Indian subcontinent, writes O.P. Srivastav...

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MAHABALI: M. K. Raina’s Theatre!

Aparajita Krishna reviews the latest MK Raina play Mahabali and discusses its significance to these times when a distorted int...

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CASTE, RELIGION AND LEARNING GAPS

In the backdrop of an incident that took place a couple of weeks ago, when a young Muslim student was taunted by his teacher, Humra Qur...

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WHO’S AFRAID OF FILM CRITICS?

Monojit Lahiri does a checkout on the significance of film reviews and how they pan out differently for serious cineastes from...

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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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