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Issue: October ’11

  • Butthead Metalheads

    A first-person account of the chaos and mismanagement that overtook the F1 Rocks Metallica concert.
  • Wife Sharing and Other Stories

    Our friendly religious epic, the Mahabharata, is replete with cases of charitable Brahmins impregnating obedient queens in order to oblige heirless kingdoms.
  • Et tu, Brute?

    Does Marcus Brutus really deserve to carry the burden of this stigma?
  • Book Review: Revolution 2020

    When Chetan Bhagat’s characters are in love, they don’t just love each other, they own each other.
  • A Life in Transit

    We have all experienced, condemned, and practised road rage. Now meet its dysfunctional spouse, traffic lag.
  • Don’t Cross Your Lakshman Rekha

    The ambiguous Lakshman rekha from the Ramayana symbolises the many boundaries imposed upon female sexuality while growing up.
  • U-bends: Ujeli

    Ten minutes later we were out cold, long before we realised that the rushing lullaby outside our windows was the river flowing just feet away.
  • Doing the Dewarists

    The Dewarists producer Samira Kanwar speaks to us in an exclusive interview about the process, method, and effort involved in creating the hit T.V. series.
  • Sex, Drugs, and Tofu

    A peek into the mind of Stefan Kaye, founder and keyboardist of Delhi-based band the Ska Vengers.
  • From Zero to Hero

    The multi-talented Sidd Coutto talks to us about his new solo album Sunny Side Up.
  • The Emerging Comic

    Being a stand-up comedian is no laughing matter. Unless, of course, you're as exceptionally gifted with a microphone in your hand as Neville Shah.
  • Technologic

    How alert are we? How agile are our senses? Is our reflex going to be outsourced? Are you going to tell me it can be?
  • Village Vignettes: Jogilal Meena’s Mittens

    An attempt to piece together the story of water availability in rural Rajasthan and what farmers are doing to adapt to their changing environment.
  • Cinephilia: Rear Window

    On why Alfred Hitchcock’s celebrated Rear Window is not just a thriller.
  • Soul Sisters

    20-something-year-old sisters Vishala and Kamakshi Khurana provide an all-natural way to live better and feel healthier through music.
  • A Day of Shakespeare in the Park

    Helena and Bertram proclaimed their love for one another under a sky filled with fireflies, over a lake filled with dreams.
  • CD Review: A Creature I Don’t Know

    What makes Laura Marling so special is her ability to soak into your brain, layer by layer.

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