Magazine: Volume 1, Issue 1

The Missing Interpreter

The Missing Interpreter

Gopesh Singh 0

By Gopesh Singh

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Acceptable Prejudice?

Acceptable Prejudice?

Anjali Doshi 0

aturday night at the Wankhede Stadium, Mumbai. Forty-five thousand spectators descend on the party: the “hit and giggle” cricket under lights, the latest Bollywood chartbusters on the 1000-megawatt sound system, the scantily clad dancing girls and the seductive razzle-dazzle of…

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Back from the Future

Back from the Future

Michael Hanlon 0

Half a century ago, the USA and USSR began a race to the Moon that America won in 1969. It seemed like the start of a grand progress that would have men on Mars by century’s end. It didn’t happen.…

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Delhi to D.C.

Delhi to D.C.

James Crabtree 0

Edward Luce won wide acclaim for In Spite of the Gods: the Rise of Modern India. Now the Financial Times bureau chief in Washington he has set tongues wagging again with Time to Start Thinking a controversial new book on…

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The inner way to Mongolia

The inner way to Mongolia

I. Allan Sealy 0

An excerpt from I. Allan Sealy’s forthcoming travel book The Small Wild Goose Pagoda

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Not in the Streets!

Not in the Streets!

Clea Chakraverty 2

For Clea Chakraverty this enigmatic phrase sums up the relationship the Indian male has with sexuality and women

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War in the Clouds

War in the Clouds

Peter Worthington 0

Fifty years ago, the Canadian foreign correspondent Peter Worthington was high up in the North East Frontier when war broke out between India and China

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A Writer’s Room of Her Own

A Writer’s Room of Her Own

Daisy Waugh 0

Daisy Waugh has the perfect spot all figured out

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What You Owe Sailors When You Converse

What You Owe Sailors When You Converse

Raja Menon 0

ailors often wonder how ordinary people could possibly communicate with each other without the help of salty language invented by sailors. Ordinary people of course have no idea that anything they say has a nautical ori- gin and would be…

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Dogged Evolution

Dogged Evolution

Jonathan Foreman 0

e has few friends. His alliances with human street dwellers are as informal and precarious as those of the first proto-dogs who guarded campfires in return for food. But for all his drab familiarity amid the untidiness of the urban…

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