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Breaking Walls


Struggling to cast off the shadow of his famous brother FN Souza, Lancelot Ribeiro found his warm, inclusive artistic voice in cold, indifferent London. It’s a voice, writes Anita Roy, that remains relevant


Essays »

The Jadoowallah from Madras

The Jadoowallah from Madras

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Ramo Samee, capable of extraordinary feats of dexterity, balance and daring, took...

The Rapture

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Art & Culture »

Breaking Walls

Breaking Walls

January 11, 2017, No Comments on Breaking Walls

Struggling to cast off the shadow of his famous brother FN Souza,...

The Rapture

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In Exile

December 21, 2015, 3 Comments on In Exile

Features »

Mother and Son

Mother and Son

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So much has been left unsaid, or taken for said, in an...

Society »

Being Tabu

Being Tabu

July 24, 2015, 2 Comments on Being Tabu

Gautam Chintamani puts the enigmatic star in context...

Fiction & Poetry »

New Poems

New Poems

October 10, 2016, No Comments on New Poems

Poem by Yves Bonnefoy, translated from French by Hoyt Rogers

The Call

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New Poems

July 26, 2016, 1 Comment on New Poems

Photo Essays »

The Way We Are

The Way We Are

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Footnotes to a career in photojournalism. Prashant Panjiar captures the everyday and...