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The Religion, Caste & Poverty Discussion

In continuation of what she’s written earlier, Humra Quraishi is focusing on the young in context to the horrific commun...

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Women and Welfare

Humra Quraishi’s commentary today views welfarism and how it has gone wrong in India because it was applied only after p...

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Revisiting Mani Kaul’s Mini-series Ahmaq

Devdutt Trivedi writes that in Ahmaq, Kaul wanted to underline the symbiotic relationship between Hinduism and Islam.

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The Discreet Charm of the Bourgeoisie

Sharad Raj writes that Bunuel has been called a cruel filmmaker, he sees that we are hypocrites, admits to being one and belie...

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Poverty Rises: Millions Pushed Out of Middle Class

According to a report by Pew Research Centre, during the 2020 pandemic 32 million people were pushed out of the middle classes in India, report...

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The genius of Jacques Tati

Sharad Raj explores how the existential and political angst of the torchbearers of the Novell Vague got an edge over Tati when it came to intel...

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Gup-shup with GoPu

Noted academic, playwright, writer Govind P Deshpande (2nd August 1938 – 16th October 2013) was be...

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Signs of the time: The stream of freedom’s flood

With the passing away of writer Ved Mehta, I can only say that we have lost  not just a great writer but also a man with a definite person...

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The second last word

Vinta Nanda writes about the prevailing culture in the business of media and entertainment in India. 

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Your teeth. Please!

Humra Quraishi tells this story about a woman who is led through a strange experience because of a toothache