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Kuttanad after the Flood

The central and state governments must find a long-term solution for the constant flooding woes of Kuttanad in Kerala.

​Secular Hymns

T M Krishna’s concert in Delhi was a statement on his commitment to democratising traditional music.

‘Hamara’ Alyque

A theatre artiste and entrepreneur looks back at the influence Alyque Padamsee (1928­–2018) has had on his life and career.

Facing the Flood

A new bride experiences for the first time the floods in the flood-prone Kosi region of north Bihar.

Politics of Food and Sexuality in Lust Stories

Lust Stories uses the metaphor of food to unpack the politics of desire, companionship, and sexuality in India.

Durga Pujo and Pandal-hopping

Celebrations spill on to the streets of Kolkata during Durga pujo, making it an extraordinary time for those visiting the city.

Namdeo Dhasal’s New Language

Marathi poet Namdeo Dhasal challenged Brahminical literature and sought to reconstruct a caste-less society through his works.

Goopy–Bagha’s Betrayal

Female characters and role models are conspicuously missing in Satyajit Ray’s works for children.

Stitching and Unstitching Labour with Sui Dhaaga

Sui Dhaaga : Made in India features Marxist ideas such as alienation, exploitation of labour, and social class.


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