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Not Quite Checkmated Yet

Despite his recent loss to Magnus Carlsen, chess maestro Viswanathan Anand could well bounce back quickly.

Setting Women Free

As a revolutionary political thinker, Buddha’s teachings stress women’s potential for spirituality, enlightenment and equality.

From the Bunkers

Videos of the final stages of the civil war in Sri Lanka provide evidence of brutality and injustice.

Some Lows, Many Highs

Jhumpa Lahiri’s The Lowland is intellectually and emotionally captivating, even though some elements in the plot seem unconvincing.

Handle With Care

Most literary festivals in India fail to bridge the missing synapses between the writer and the reader.

There's a Match On, I Think

A strange mix of delirium and ambivalence filled Wankhede stadium as Sachin Tendulkar stepped out for his last Test match.

As Sachin Says Goodbye, Say Grace

Much like W G Grace 150 years ago, Sachin Tendulkar has been instrumental in spreading the popularity of the game of cricket.

The Celluloid Women of Kerala

For all its applauded elan, Malayalam cinema has engendered the myth and the mystique of the “empowered” Malayali woman.

Showcasing a Proletarian Past

The Communist Museum in Prague attempts to present the dream, the reality and the nightmare of communism.

No Child's Play

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


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