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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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The Pros and Cons of Online Exams

This year too many exams are being conducted online. Educationists talk to Monarose Sheila Pereira about the pros and cons of ...

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Disconnected democracy

Gautam Benegal discusses the twin pronged strategy applied by the present union government to establish absolute dominance. Read More

Signs of the times: Breaking the silence

Humra Quraishi explores why even the brave and honest in positions of authority choose to remain silent when they are witness ...

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Manush Bhalo Nei: Anupam Roy with Cizzy

Anupam Roy’s new single, featuring young Bengali rapper Cizzy, weaves in the COVID experience with some telling political commentary. The...

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A dog, a boy and a film: Musings on Kala

Janaky Sreedharan reviews the Malayalam film Kala (the unwanted) and raises questions on the obsession with violence and its d...

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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.

Rogue Thinker

Khalid Mohamed’s never-before published interview with the dogged rule-breaker, Ram Gopa...

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Failed promises of the right wing: Andrzej Wajda

Sharad Raj transports you back to the film Ashes and Diamonds - an all-time masterpiece of Polish cinema, directed by one of the most important filmmakers,...

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