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  • Homesick by Roshi Fernando

    Book Review: Homesick

    In her debut novel, Roshi Fernando beautifully captures the guilt and loneliness of a tightly knit Sri Lankan famiy in South London.
  • The City Speaks #18

    The City Speaks #18

  • Butterfly Love

    Butterfly Love

    Layers upon layers of fabric, he knew, were surely hampering his beloved white butterflies from fluttering in the breeze.
  • Happy Birthday and other stories

    Book Review: Happy Birthday! and Other Stories

    With her second book, Meghna Pant offers an emotional, compelling insight into the lives of people around us.
  • Goldspot

    Album Review: Aerogramme

    It is by listening to the songs as incomplete but coherent narratives set to music that Goldspot's latest album comes into focus.
  • Skylight, illustration by Pooja Satish

    Skylight

    I was always watching you but you never felt the heat of my gaze.
  • The City Speaks #17

    The City Speaks #17

  • The Oracle of Tripe #3

    The Oracle of Tripe #3

    Ever curious about your dying day? The Oracle of Tripe has all the answers. Won-Tolla presents the bewildering tale of a man who asks for it and, unfortunately, gets it.
  • Chakra

    Stan Lee’s Chakra: India’s Newest Superhero

    Chakra is based on the life of Raju Rai, a young Indian boy living in Mumbai, who discovers his hidden superpowers after wearing a technologically advanced suit.
  • GSDR

    All Warmed Up: Showcasing Contemporary Dance in Delhi

    The Gati Summer Dance Residency's six newest performers will showcase their work this weekend. Read on for details.
  • Fugitive No More, illustration by Kruttika Susarla

    Fugitive No More

    You would be pleased to know that the evidence has been removed.
  • The Oracle of Tripe #2

    The Oracle of Tripe #2

    Ever curious about your dying day? The Oracle of Tripe has all the answers. Won-Tolla presents the bewildering tale of a man who asks for it and, unfortunately, gets it.

The Tap #13

By Ramya Sriram