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A Faust for Bangladesh

Farrukh Dhondy at his best as he recounts the attempt he once made to adapt Goethe’s Faust for the Bangladeshi screen. Read More

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 Time: Call of the Valley

This week Humra Quraishi looks into the way Kashmiri youth and their future is impacted due to communal politics in the Valley...

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Signs of the time: For God’s Sake, Be Human!

This week Humra Quraishi questions politicians and lays out bare facts – about human rights and political mischief that ...

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‘The Poetic Minimalism’ of Abbas Kiarostami

 Abbas Kiarostami (1940-2016) is unarguably the most known face of Iran on the map of World cinema, writes Vandan...

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Death of the language and a metaphor

Humra Quraishi expresses her anguish at the mindless violence and hatred spreading across India, which is also attacking the c...

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Signs of the time: The trauma generation

Humra Quraishi looks into reports, that are available, to find out about the fears and anxieti...

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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 times: The Needle of Suspicion

Humra Quraishi explores what causes the chasm between the Hindus and Muslims to widen in India...

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The Manipur Man: Bijoykumar Tayenjam

Bijoykumar Tayenjam is an author, a poet and a civil engineer in Imphal, Manipur, writes Vinta Nanda