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Issue: September ’11

  • Alive for a Day

    Neil Gaiman's Death: The High Cost of Living makes you realise how Death is kind, compassionate, loyal, and brave.
  • Film Review: Noukadubi

    If you are a connoisseur of films that leave a lingering aftertaste like gourmet French wine, watch Rituparno Ghosh's Noukadubi.
  • Playing a Losing Game

    Story books can glorify immolation in the name of love, but what they don’t tell you is that love kills in softer ways.
  • Book Review: The Girl in the Garden

    The predictable plot twists and stonewashed themes are drawbacks, but the subtly etched characters make the book worth reading.
  • The Radiowalla

    It is believed that he still adheres to his ritual every Sunday, waiting patiently for his own private moment of enlightenment.
  • Film Review: John & Jane

    Ashim Ahluwalia's disturbing film is about a different kind of imperialism: a psychological one.
  • Song Review: Quest

    Vivek Rajagopalan’s music manages to sound both global and indigenous at the same time.
  • Book Review: The Eighth Guest & Other Muzaffar Jang Mysteries

    In her sequel to The Englishman's Cameo, Madhulika Liddle manages to tell Mughal murder mysteries with aplomb.
  • CD Review: I’m with You

    With their tenth album, the Red Hot Chili Peppers prove that they’ve still got a few tricks up their sleeves.
  • The Dawn of Opinion

    Hyperbole and extremism are taking centre stage in almost all public or private discussion, compounded by the influence of suspect role models and modern pop culture.
  • And then There Was One

    It’s always easy to start off a tale of apocalypse, but sustaining the pace, the twists, and the appeal of the tale is not easy.
  • Progress, No Matter the Cost

    Narendra Modi is a master strategist who is almost obsessively dedicated to his role as Chief Minister.
  • There Is Beauty in Not Knowing

    Life is but an empty canvas; paint a pretty picture and make it your own.
  • Just for Laughs

    Stand-up comedy has made a place for itself in India and is here to stay.

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