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Issue: February ’12

  • The Clouds of Uncertainty

    Is our reality merely a game of chance? Is Schrödinger’s cat really alive and dead at the same time?
  • CD Review: Stormy Weather

    Although the mingling of east and west occasionally misses the mark, all in all, Gods Robots is worth a listen.
  • The Day I Met the Blues

    The two-day-long Mahindra Blues Festival at the iconic Mehboob Studio in Bombay was truly an experience.
  • Young Lust

    Grant Morrison's Kill Your Boyfriend is brilliant because it is darkly humorous, satirical, and poetically unjust.
  • Alice in Wonderland

    Against the backdrop of history exists a town dripping with experimentation and modernity. Except this is not a town. This is Hauz Khas Village.
  • Listening for Music

    Aditi Rao, winner of the Srinivas Rayaprol Poetry Prize in 2011, speaks to us about her writing.
  • Village Vignettes: Opium for Dinner

    For most of us, opium usually paints a picture of the messy tangle of the narcotics trade, undercover dealings, and sometimes, a withered Chinese lady smoking a pipe.
  • Book Review: Tamasha in Bandargaon

    In the fictional suburb of Bandargaon, hilarity and love rise from the seediness of the local underground gambling den and the self-righteousness of its educated citizens.

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