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Plot of Gold

The life story of Dakxin Chhara, who belongs to a tribe that the British ignorantly labelled as “criminal,” is as gripping as his first feature film, Sameer.

Child’s Play

Teaching children to plan, exercise self-control and develop flexibility in thinking is as important for helping them succeed and attain goals as is nurturing their intellect.

In Praise of Doubt

Society may be better able to deal with differences if individuals hold their values lightly and think of morality not as a set of ideas, but attitudes and processes.

A Sari Story

In a polarised climate, a person’s name and attire can make a big difference, including between life and death.

The Long History of Priestly Debauchery

In 1862, Bombay High Court ruled in favour of a journalist accused of libel for writing articles about the sexual exploitation of women by the head of a Vaishnava sect.

Outsourcing Love

Studying the lives of Nepali women who care for the elderly in Cyprus leads a researcher to reflect on her own life as a migrant.

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