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  • 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.
  • 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.
  • Alive for a Day

    Neil Gaiman's Death: The High Cost of Living makes you realise how Death is kind, compassionate, loyal, and brave.
  • 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.
  • From Highway to Hell

    A book with a plot that cleverly weaves in emotions as the narration digresses from the usual fare of bloodthirsty violence.
  • I Get by with a Little Help…

    How do you make friends when you're living alone in a strange, big city?
  • Space

    1.027 billion people, living in 0.3 foot crammed spaces, longing for personal space.
  • Staccato on the Streets

    Perhaps, this summer is going to be one of self-re-discovery. Perhaps, I could love the city after all.
  • Citydog

    What is it about white picket fences that gives us a false sense of security?
  • Compromise

    His story was nothing new, I guess, to most working in the “biz”, but to me, it was quite repellent.
  • Rollin’ Stone

    This is a love story. If you don’t believe in love, you are forgiven.
The Oracle of Tripe #10

The Oracle of Tripe #10

By Chaitanya Modak and Benita Fernando
The Oracle of Tripe #10