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The Loss of Childhood

A few months ago, the game Pokemon became a rage on our smartphones. It had fictional characters around us that we needed to find, give a home to, and nurture…
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Come Autumn

Come late September or early October…the ruddy autumn sunlight would creep in through chinks in my bedroom window shutters and fall squarely on my pillow at day break. I would…
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Androgyny and Female Impersonation in India: Naribhav ‘OUT NOW’

Androgyny is an engaging subject of discussion and research in the present times. This volume makes an effort to understand concepts of androgyny and ‘nari bhav’ or sensibility of the…
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Our Literature, Their Literature

At the very beginning I should admit that I’ve plagiarised the title of this article from Satyajit Ray’s anthology of film critique, Our Films, Their Films, where the legendary filmmaker,…
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Keki N Daruwalla’s new book of Short Stories “Daniell Comes to Judgement”

Daniell Comes to Judgement: New & Vintage Daruwalla is a collection of short stories by Keki N Daruwalla, is the acclaimed author-cum-poet-cum-novelist at his very best. There are new stories…
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What I learnt from APJ Abdul Kalam!

Once upon a time there was a scientist; very dedicated as was also the demand of the high-pressure project he was working on. But, a family man he was also;…
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Books are the Best Gifts

It is again that time of the year, with the festivals round the corner, when we are surrounded with friends and family, taking part in all kinds of merriment and…
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Imbibe the culture first to save from being superficial…

The Author of the recently released magna-opus on Kathakali Dance-Theatre: A visual narrative of Sacred Indian Mime, KK Gopalakrishnan speaks to us to understand some nitty-gritty's regarding Kathakali; its past, present and…
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Why Do We Need to Travel?

The long tight hug from the best friend or a compliment from a stranger, the little teardrop at the corner of the eye due to uncontrollable laughter or the chuckling…
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How to live for Passion…

Among 8,000 global professionals surveyed by LinkedIn, only 30% were found to be doing their dream job. That is a terrible statistic. That’s almost three out of four people not…
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