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Greed Is Back and Even More Wolfish Than Ever

Martin Scorsese’s The Wolf of Wall Street is an acid dissection of the wanton life and times of a criminally wealthy stockbroker.

Pirouetting Skywards

Contemporary Indian dancers are drawing on classical traditions to craft a new aesthetic and vocabulary of dance that reflect current sensibilities.

Supersize Us? Give Us Another 10 Years

The Indian middle-class obsession with food, weight and body image can be traced to the 1990s era of globalisation and consumerism.

The Body Is the Sum of Its Parts

Locating the coordinates of the north and the east in the poetry of northeastern India brings into focus the compelling sociocultural moorings of the region.

Some Kind of Bliss

A walk along the beaches of south Goa opened eyes and burst blisters but felt like being on cloud nine.

The Pleasure of Leisure

“Leisure” and “luxury” may well be practically synonymous but the only way to have uninterrupted leisure is to avoid work altogether.

It's Just Not Cricket !

As modern-day cricket has now attained the frenzied status of mass mania in India, purists have begun to flock to other sports.

I, Me, My Selfie

Self-portraits are passe – the “selfie” is the order of the day if you own a smartphone and wish to post your own mugshot on some social media.

Cracks in the Celluloid

This year’s edition of the International Film Festival of Kerala displayed disturbing trends of a dilution of core aesthetic and social norms.

The Day the Muse(ic) Died

As computers take on grandmasters and often beat them convincingly, the game of chess has undergone a significant transformation.

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