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A Wave-kissed Biennale

As a large-scale contemporary art expo that sought global attraction and transboundary presence, the second edition of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale was a felicitous winner.

The N-Word, Loud and Clear

Recent incidents in the United States raise fears of a renewed bigotry and discrimination that could increasingly fuel racial and cultural hatred.

Superheated Expectations

The courage and tenacity of Bhagat Singh was invoked in a meeting at Meja in Uttar Pradesh when villagers gathered to discuss resistance to superthermal power plants.

Blood, Period

In many countries, especially in India, menstruation is a subject of taboo and stigma, which feeds the ego and pride of a misogynist society that objectifies and sexualises women.

London Yields

A recent graduate from the London School of Economics reminisces about the triumphs and tribulations of living and studying in one of the most exciting cities in the world.

Second to None

For the intrepid bibliophile, second-hand bookshops, especially those found on city pavements, are an endless source of pleasure and serendipity.

The View from Above

The first edition of an occasional column that will take a tongue-in-cheek look at economics and society.

A Child's Primer

Children who aspire to become budding development economists would do well to imbibe some of these hints and pointers, whose soundness is matched only by the author’s zaniness.

Down and Out in Ahmedabad

Migrant workers, who are often landless labourers, seek succour and refuge in night shelters mandated by the Supreme Court of India.


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