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Signs of the time: No light in dark times

Humra Quraishi addresses the politically exploitative atmosphere in Uttar Pradesh as assembly elections come closer and the ri...

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Signs of the time: About Indian Muslims

It’s about time we look into our backyards! And not ignore the murky events taking place there and along the by-lanes of our mohallas and...

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BAISHE SRABON: Dead Poets’ Society

In the series on landmark Bengali films post 2000, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri looks at Srijit Mukherji’s genre-bending noir ...

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Signs of the time: Rape, the weapon of mass destruction

Humra Quraishi comments on the most recent rape of a nine-in-year old girl in the national capital of India and the ruthlessne...

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Legal Eagle: Jamshed Mistry

Vinta Nanda reproduces a conversation she had with the multi-faceted lawyer Jamshed Mistry, a man with a keen sense of what is...

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Rickshawala

After the critical success of Seasons Greetings, Ram Kamal Mukherjee is back with a loving ode to that hoary Kolkata institution - the hand-pul...

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Sign of the times: This is the darkest hour

Humra  Quraishi revisits her conversations with Saira Banu and Khushwant Singh, both of whom had predicted that the times...

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Where there is no will, there is violence

Humra Quraishi talks about how polarisation in grassroots India, by the use of state machinery...

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Signs of the times: India’s battle for its soul

Humra Quraishi looks back at the last seven years in India, through the lens of A.G. Noorani’s writings about the RSS an...

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How civilized is the civilized world?

Vinta Nanda insists that we, the so-called civilized people, talk about poverty, violence and exclusion.