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The series win in Australia allows to believe in his role of being the guardian of Test cricket, writes , ,
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: Included here are analyses of well-known clearly Shakespearean films like Sanjay Leela Bhansali’s glorious Goliyon Ki Raasleela Ram-Leela and the Vishal Bhardwaj trilogy, says , ,
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As for the 'Temple of Democracy', its work has been reduced to a farce as allies and supporters of the ruling party have brought the winter session to a standstill through disruptions orchestrated by the government, writes
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: An insider’s account of the apathy plaguing wildlife conservation, writes Ranjit Lal, , , ,
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Pan Macmillan India Jan 14
The chilling account of an attempted assassination of a Russian spy by the Russian state in Britain. by Have you read the book yet?
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Open Magazine 23h
“A big area that has opened up today is aerospace and defence. We are quite large there though we do not talk about it too much,” tells
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Open Magazine 23h
Exile and the kingdom: Filmmakers Tenzing Sonam () and Ritu Sarin give the Tibetan cause a dramatic 91 minutes of exposure, writes
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Once a year, the Nawab would costume himself as a yogi, wearing saffron robes, his face and body smeared with ash, pearl necklaces around his neck and a japa-mala in his hand, writes ,
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Ranjit Hoskote Jan 14
In which I reclaim the legacy of Wajid Ali Shah, the last Nawab of Awadh - an artistic visionary and votary of syncretic culture who has been unjustly reviled and consigned to caricature.
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Manish S. Dabhade Jan 14
superb, rare interview of : ‘We don’t have the urge to be No 1’
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Open Magazine Jan 14
A Ramachandran traces the inner rhythms of nature, says Rosalyn D’Mello
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Open Magazine Jan 14
The Nawab, I would argue, anticipated Hindustani and Parsi theatre as well as popular Indian cinema, writes ,
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Open Magazine Jan 14
The spy who survived: Ravi Joshi on the untold story of Sergei Skripal,
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Open Magazine Jan 13
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Open Magazine Jan 13
“I consider myself lucky. That I can lead this struggle. I feel a connection to it. Maybe I've done the same in my past life, says ” Bramhachari Atmabodhanand tells
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Open Magazine Jan 13
For the time being, it is an electoral trump card that the BJP leadership seems to have played well and at an opportune time even as its Govt. faces inconvenient questions over job generation and deprivation, writes
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Open Magazine Jan 13
“Our sales people made the greatest mistake by marketing it as the cheapest car. The aura around the Nano became a stigma. People said: I don’t want to be seen in the cheapest car,” tells
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Open Magazine Jan 13
In Australia, a new dawn broke upon Indian cricket, writes , ,
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Vignesh Santhanam Jan 13
Another excellent writer composes a symphony on . A must read for any VK fan.
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Open Magazine Jan 13
Shakespeare and Company: on the localisation of the bard as a cultural study, , ,
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