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Entanglements

Entanglements

By Purvai Aranya 3

#MeToo may have been revived in the wake of a Hollywood scandal, but it grew into a global movement. Purvai Aranya reflects on its effect on the Indian campus

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White

White

By Zac O’Yeah 1

Happy to have become a “reverse coconut”, Zac O’Yeah, when forced to examine his whiteness, goes to a mirror and sees red

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“It’s Anything but B&W”

“It’s Anything but B&W”

By Rukminee Guha Thakurta 2

A photographer widely known for her black-and-white work, Dayanita Singh tells her graphic design collaborator, Rukminee Guha Thakurta, why “it’s all about the greys”

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People of No One Book

People of No One Book

By Shashi Tharoor 1

In this paean to doubt, Shashi Tharoor argues that Hindutva does a disservice to a religion that encourages the seeking of answers rather than the giving of sermons

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Black

Black

By Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar 1

What is a night sky that is not black? Hansda Sowvendra Shekhar on the slow disappearance of an elemental essential

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Where the Heart Is

Where the Heart Is

By Mitali Saran 4

Your body is your first, last and truest home, says Mitali Saran. A miracle of design and build, a place you can never leave

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Breakfast for Nausea

Breakfast for Nausea

Written by CG Salamander, drawn by Ravi Gupta 0

This graphic story was published in the Jan-Mar issue of The Indian Quarterly magazine. download free themes

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The Wandering Tribes

The Wandering Tribes

By Kaushik Barua 0

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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The Small House

The Small House

By Gautam Bhatia 0

In a built landscape pushed to the edge by extreme social, ecological and civic practices, Gautam Bhatia urges the necessity of exploring architecturally extreme, even subversive, ideas

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House Keys

House Keys

By Rimli Sengupta 0

As Rimli Sengupta leaves India, having already left once before, she reflects on other, more fraught border crossings. On the talismans refugees hold fast to, symbols of lost homes and new beginnings

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