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Nawabi Cricket

Nawabi Cricket

by Abhijit Sen Gupta 3

Hyderabad was once synonymous with graceful, princely strokemakers, in keeping with the city’s aristocratic self-image. Abhijit Sen Gupta recalls lost glories

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O Jogo Bonito

O Jogo Bonito

by Aniruddha Sen Gupta 1

Goa has always been devoted to the beautiful game. Aniruddha Sen Gupta traces the history of football in the state and its evolving culture

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Mother Tongue

Mother Tongue

by Vidyun Sabhaney 1

Vidyun Sabhaney writes and draws about an elderly gentleman’s loss of land and language

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A Body Remembers

A Body Remembers

by Shanta Gokhale 0

Shanta Gokhale tells the story of her life through memories of her body

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Questions for My Sindhi Grandmother

Questions for My Sindhi Grandmother

by Poonam Ganglani 2

Poonam Ganglani persuades an elderly lady to share her memories of land, language and loss

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The Outsider

The Outsider

By Disha Mullick 0

Khabar Lahariya employs rural, lower-caste women to report on the patriarchical, caste-ridden world around them. It requires courage, writes their colleague Disha Mullick, to fight the fire

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The Man Who Knew Much

The Man Who Knew Much

as told to Shreevatsa Nevatia 0

Konkona Sen Sharma on Mukul Sharma, actor, editor, storyteller, polymath, beloved father

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Dog Day Afternoons

Dog Day Afternoons

By Avtar Singh 0

Until his son came along, writes Avtar Singh, the joys of summer were a concept celebrated in children’s books. Surely heat was oppression and not liberation

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Heat and Light

Heat and Light

By Shiv Ahuja 0

Shiv Ahuja documents the energies of a rock music festival in Arunachal Pradesh

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The Hungry Poets

The Hungry Poets

By Maitreyee B Chowdhury 0

In Calcutta of the 60s, a city roiled by poverty, immigration, violence and the energy of youthful anger, a new generation of writers staked their claim, says Maitreyee B Chowdhury

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