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A Long Pause

The process of healing from anxiety is a long, cathartic journey that requires one to feel warmth, love, and hope.

Bertolt Brecht’s Theatre of War

The theatre work of Bertolt Brecht reminds us that art must find a way to not only confront, but also challenge reality.

Embracing the Ink Pen Again

A daughter rediscovers her love for ink pens as she honours her father’s memories and hopes for a plastic-free future.

The God Question

Looking for answers in Stephen Hawking’s last book, Brief Answers to the Big Questions

Not Even Crocodile Tears for Gujarat's Muggers

The manner in which we are overlooking how the mass relocation of crocodiles is taking place in Gujarat exposes our collective hypocrisies.

From Shahiri to Sahitya

Ambedkari Shahiri, in the form of sound and music, took the ideas of the anti-caste movement to the masses, paving the way for Dalit literature.

‘Beg to Humbly Pray’

The language of our courts is strange, archaic, and can lead to fostering inequity.

Of Stand-up Comedy and Stereotypes

Even though stand-up comedians claim to represent the interests of the young and the hip, they are still steeped in misogyny.


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