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Distorted to Divide

Humra Quraishi comments about the distortion of Indian History and the caste, class and religious divides it seeks to indulge....

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Scent of a Killer

Film historian Dhruv Somani, revisits Rajesh Khanna’s slasher film Red Rose, which was a flop on its release in 1980 but...

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The Indian ‘New Wave’ for the Millennial

Even though I use a lot of close ups, “Once upon a time, long, long ago…” should be the tone and tenor of this account from ...

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Hinduism, not Hindutva, was Nehru’s idea of India

Let us not be in any illusion. Being complacent basis the belief that there’s any sensitivity left in the discourse would be wrong, write...

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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.

Begums on top, or nearly

Khalid Mohamed reviews the flawed and yet commendable Begums of Bombay, finds 1962: The War in...

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Signs Of The Modern Times

As the friction accelerates between the Centre and the Kashmiri leaders in the  Kashmir Valley, how I wish...

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Signs of the times: Congratulations Ammi!

Humra Quraishi writes, “In the backdrop of the upcoming Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, I have been wondering how Gandhi would&r...

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Signs of the times

Humra Quraishi rewinds to 1995; when she met the first ambassador of Uzbekistan to India, Surat Mirkasymov, and remembers how ...

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The Maestro: Pandit Ravi Shankar

This year – 2020 - is sitar maestro Pandit Ravi Shankar’s birth centenary year, writes Humra Quraishi  

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