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Scrolling Through Activism: An American’s Thoughts on Social Media, Politics, and Entitlement

By Claire Winslow

  I saw the article but I didn’t actually click on it. The headline gave me all the infor...

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'Requiem for the Deferred Desire: A Comparative Reading of the Works of A. Ramachandran and Gabriel García Márquez'

By Jonny ML

In 1989 Gabriel Garcia Marquez wrote one of his grand novels, ‘The Major in his Labyrinth’ based on the life

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Mani Ratnam & A.R. Rahman – A 25 Year Legacy!

By Upamanyu

Upamanyu Bhattacharyya celebrates in posters the evolving partnership of music and the art of storytelling between the two legends— Mani

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Looking Back and Beyond ‘India’s Daughter’

By Leslee Udwin

Last year, on the 8th of March—International Women's Day—India’s Daughter, directed by Leslee Udwin about the 2012 Delhi gang-rape and

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'The Intolerance of Gender and Identity'

By Suresh Jayaram

"In the same Cubbon Park, a small lake is considered sacred and is associated with a prominent jatra, called Karaga,

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" Bauhaus and Santiniketan: Two Models of Art and Design Education, Impact and Implications"

By R. Siva Kumar

Though there were several common elements that went into the shaping of these two models, the hierarchical relationship between them

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'Need to Keep Equal Distance from Majority Intolerance and Minority Intolerance'

By Johny M L

"Artists in India, time and again have proved that they are not real intellectuals like the historians, scientists, writers and

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BeingSalman: The upcoming book of Jasim Khan

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There can be no doubts about the fact that Jasim Khan’s upcoming book Being Salman is going to make it

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