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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.

Sans History, Sans Style

The recent Tamil film Kabali, starring the flamboyant and popular actor Rajinikanth, raised plenty of expectations but fell flat since it chose to ignore the history of its setting.


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