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The Indian Quarterly – A Literary & Cultural Magazine – Society

Society

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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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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The Peter Pan Generation?

The Peter Pan Generation?

Anjali Doshi 1

Anjali Doshi doesn’t have her own house, a career plan, husband or kids and is yet to invest in a pension fund. Apparently, this makes her an “adultescent”

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Class Act

Class Act

Lawrence Booth 0

While sitting on the sidelines and soaking in an incredible summer for English sport, Lawrence Booth takes a wry look at the class dynamics of British society at play

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Strings Attached

Strings Attached

Naresh Fernandes 1

A Hawaiian import, the slide guitar left an enduring influence on Indian music

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An Awkward Subversion

An Awkward Subversion

Santosh Desai 0

Tales of the ‘pant-shirt’ in small town India

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Calcutta Mornings

Calcutta Mornings

Anuvab Pal 1

Some time ago, Aparna Jayakumar, a talented young photographer, came to me with seven striking photographs and asked me to write something about them. They were of typical Calcuttans who, although flesh and blood, look like they are part of…

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The Unhappy Valley

The Unhappy Valley

Justine Hardy 1

Hidden behind the beauty of the Kashmir valley is the ugly mental and moral damage wrought by two decades of conflict

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