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The Wandering Tribes


In a world marked by migration, some have the privilege of cosmopolitan professional lives while others scratch out meagre lives on the margins. Attachments to “home” are at once ambivalent and intense, argues Kaushik Barua


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A Sensuous Geometry

A Sensuous Geometry

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A chance encounter leads a poet to an epiphany. Arundhathi Subramaniam on...

Disarmament

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Dargahs

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The Reader

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Speaking Silence

Speaking Silence

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The Indian Novels Collective is the latest attempt to fill the cultural...

Love Life

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The Wandering Tribes

The Wandering Tribes

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In a world marked by migration, some have the privilege of cosmopolitan...

House Keys

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Hearth of Darkness

Hearth of Darkness

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What does the end of time look like? Ronny Sen’s photographs take...

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I’ll Be Looking at the Moon

I’ll Be Looking at the Moon

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Ways of seeing one’s lover, the desire and heartache of looking for...