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Payal Dhar 23m
My review of Tishani Doshi's new book "Small Days and Nights" for
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The root of the problem lies in the number of willing receivers and disseminators of disinformation present in a divided society, writes
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: Recent IT raids put the spotlight on middlemen who have operated for years with impunity, leaking judicial verdicts to corporates and other interested parties ~ by PR Ramesh, , , , ,
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After the first phase, the BJP claimed that in 250 booths where paramilitary forces were not deployed, the Trinamool did massive rigging, writes , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 24
In an admittedly ‘controversial’ editorial decision, Gaskell and Gujral also include the work of several non-Indian photographers, each of whose sensibility was informed by their time in this country, writes , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 24
“A tree is not just a tree or a pond is not just a pond to Santhals. There are familial values attached with these things. I see it as the way we were born, and something we move away from gradually,” tells , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 24
‘I start out with a monster who is scary and then realise that there’s a dimension to the story that is different,’ says ,
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S. Prasannarajan Apr 23
My campaign sketches from last week. The Ascetic versus the Urbane and the Swing Vote of Gods | OPEN Magazine
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Open Magazine Apr 23
“Modi is the only face of the party now. This is the message we are sending. Devendrappa was chosen by party leaders, keeping this message in mind,” says B Sriramulu, BJP vice president for , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
“Mumbai is such a diverse city. But the identity of the city is in threat. What the city needs is a political platform that takes everyone along,” says , Mumbai Congress chief, writes , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
In the aftermath of the massacre, the public mood, while counting its dead, was one that cried for revenge. It was a rage that deciphered clearly, write PR Ramesh and , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
has a keen sense of public anger and the realisation that Indians have both the stomach and the stamina to face risks when it came to national interest, write PR Ramesh and , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
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Open Magazine Apr 23
“I want the place to be a character in a film. I try to understand the facets of the place. I try to understand the place in its little details,” tells Veena Hariharan, .Ma.Yau,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
Along with propaganda, disinformation deep-strikes into the heart of a democracy, distorting perspectives through flawed narratives, writes
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Open Magazine Apr 23
In Karnataka, this election is a story of three generations for the Gowda family. Deve Gowda is contesting along with two of his grandchildren, writes , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
Responding to BJP's claims, BSP chief Mayawati said: “Ali and Bajrangbali, both are our own. That's why we want both Ali and Bajrangbali”, writes , ,
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Open Magazine Apr 23
Malayalam filmmaker Lijo Jose Pellissery () is one of India’s most original auteurs, writes Veena Hariharan, .Ma.Yau
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Open Magazine Apr 22
Framing the fable: This study on the evolution of in the subcontinent strikes a fine balance between the medium’s formal and aesthetic aspirations, writes ,
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Open Magazine Apr 22
In contrast to the 90s, what is resounding in the aftermath of the massacre and, more particularly, post the air strike, are the slogans of a new, united nation, write PR Ramesh and , ,
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