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No Child's Play

Writing for children is a demanding task that calls for humour and imagination but it is ultimately rewarding.

Mumbai in the Time of Sachin Tendulkar

In the two decades that Sachin has been scaling new peaks, the game has become an adjunct of the entertainment industry and Mumbai, his home, a very different city.

Ways of Seeing

From mid-August to September, the road snaking out of our locality was transformed into a site of creativity. On a stretch of pavement, figures of the goddess Durga gradually took shape in the sure hands of artisans in anticipation of the Puja season – from basic bamboo structures to bodies of...

Shiva Lives in Rochester

A jogging professor of sociology experiences the power of Shiva atop Pinnacle Hill in New York.

Dog Bites Tiger

The basic premise of conservation practice is to keep the wild and the domestic apart, or at least tightly monitored.

The Great Outdoors

The lure of the outdoors derives from an aesthetic of delicate balance and elegance in equilibrium.

Kindle a Love for Reading?

Isn’t it funny how meanings change and words get dressed in other clothes? Surely, no one uses “gay” today in the old Wordsworthian sense of the word? And you no longer talk of kindling an interest in a particular field or in the object of your affection. Today “Kindle” has come to mean a library...

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