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Issue: June ’12

  • Book Review: The Edge of Desire

    Tuhin Sinha’s latest novel—The Edge of Desire—accentuates the vices that prevail in the Indian government.
  • Film Review: Gangs of Wasseypur

    Replete with profanity, lechery, drugs, and dirty secrets, Anurag Kashyap's latest is one of the most bad-ass movies ever to hit the silver screen in India.
  • Beyond Happily Ever After

    A world of magic, marvels, and miracles; a world borrowed, stolen, yet far moved from the innocence of the happily-ever-afters.
  • The Prodigal Father

    In conversation with bestselling author Amitabha Bagchi about his recently released second novel The Householder.
  • Book Review: Impeachment

    Anjali Deshpande offers a scintillating take on one of the most tragic industrial accidents that the world has seen.
  • The Long Run

    Author Girish Kohli speaks to us in an exclusive interview about his trippy debut novel Marathon Baba.
  • Winding Up the Clock

    Where does one start when one starts to ponder such fundamental questions as the origins of life and the nature of time itself?
  • Village Vignettes: Romancing Rural Rajasthan

    In Rajasthan, pride does not take on the ugly avatar of arrogance. It helps the people ground themselves in a coherent identity in the face of a fast globalising landscape.
  • Deliciously Despicable Dexter

    The slow blossoming of a ‘monster’ into a human being has been wonderful to watch.

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