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Extraordinary Characters

The achievements of India’s women cricketers are forcing sports fans to change their attitudes.

Brown Clouds and Black Humour

Indians are choking—on the vile air in Delhi and other cities, and with laughter about the way the authorities are responding.

Crossing the Vindhyas

Carnatic vocalist T M Krishna’s critiques may shift the genre’s middle ground, but the broad contours and deep structures of this ancient civilisational resource are likely to endure.

Ancient Life Lessons

Why rainforests, millions of years old and one of the most diverse communities on earth, are crucial for our survival.

The Scent of Politics

The Meghalaya government’s cherry blossom festival is more a marketing stunt to attract tourists than an expression of the state’s culture.

Caught in a Time Warp

Beneath the beautiful architecture in Rajasthan’s Mewar region lurk regressive social and historical forces propelling the protests against the film Padmavati .

The Pottery of Physics

Why we must question the polarisation of learning into academic and non-academic, curricular and extracurricular.


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