Issue: January-March ’15
Even when a larger-than-life portrait of Ambedkar is looking over you, there is only so far the love story of a lower caste boy and an upper caste girl can go.
In conversation with the founders of the Eternal Library, India's first library consultancy firm, and Trilogy, a new library, book store, and event space in Mumbai.
This isn’t just about defending to the death the rights of a few comedians to make dirty jokes. It’s about building a space in our country for satire.
Terribly Tiny Tales has grown to become India’s most popular online storytelling platform. Read on for an in-depth look at their latest short-film initiative.
Gandu's quest won’t bring tears to your eyes or that warm feeling in your heart. But you will also not be able to take your eyes off it.
In conversation with writer and filmmaker Devashish Makhija about Forgetting, his new book of short stories.
The Maoists aren’t a ‘tribe’, though some of them might be tribals. The C.R.P.F. certainly isn’t. Which tribe hunts for a monthly salary?
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