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The Dichotomy of Bob Dylan

Bob Dylan, the iconic singer–songwriter who has been awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature for 2016, turned popular music into a potent tool that dovetailed intellectual aspirations and social commentary.

A Canticle for Ramanujan

Srinivasa Ramanujan, the Indian mathematician with incandescent work on pure mathematics, was a magician of a genius who broke into a select club of intellectuals in Cambridge.

When Harry Met Darcy

By enabling and empowering readers to imagine a wide range of alternative worlds, fan fiction allows fans to participate in the reimagining of their favourite fictional beings.

The Film-maker as Chronicler

The passing of Polish film-maker Andrzej Wajda on 9 October 2016 is an occasion to salute one of the longest careers of any film artist in the modern era, and acknowledge a truly remarkable life in the 20th century.

The Wonder Years

Soap operas and serials on Indian television during the 1980s and 1990s were often commonsensical, well-written, witty and catered to the whole family.

Roadside Blues

For drivers on the roads of the capital, the Delhi Traffic Police’s new-found zeal in enforcing traffic rules is creating more harassment than relief.

A Cussed Letdown

Harry Potter and the Cursed Child, the latest offering in the saga of magic and wizardry created by British author J K Rowling, is a disappointment in its own right.


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