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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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This Distance

Humra Quraishi lays out the importance of the Bharat Jodo Yatra in context to similar Yatras taken by great men like the Mahat...

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Frank and Fearless

Film historian Dhruv Somani assesses the yesteryear success story of the gossip-packed monthly magazine Stardust.

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BLAZE: THE WALTZ OF GRIEF AND RESILIENCE

In this interview with the authors of the book ‘Blaze’, Nidhi and Sushil Poddar, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri asks ...

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Pre-Partition Punjab’s Contribution To Indian Cinema

Professor Ishtiaq Ahmed delves deep into the Partition phase. And here comes in focus the leading artists and creative folk who had to shift base from Lahore, writes Read More

"Who Killed Judge Loya?” (Remember this is not fiction!)

The prologue itself is an unapologetic foray in Niranjan's state of mind, as he must have started penning down his story, writes Darsha...

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Tum kya History Parathe ho?

Humra Quraishi writes: Words like riots and rioting hit you hard, because they announce another round of destruction of human ...

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The Defiant Ones

Khalid Mohamed marvels at the bold and timeless writings of the iconic writers Ismat Chughtai and Saadat Hasan Manto, on the b...

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Of egoistic Indian men and Mulk Raj Anand

Humra Quraishi remembers Mulk Raj Anand on his birth anniversary and what he had said about Indian men consumed by superiority...

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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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