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Articles labelled ‘india’

  • Wires

    Madurai, 2010 · Photograph by Aashim Tyagi
  • Dirty Linen

    Will the lasting legacy of the 2010 Commonwealth Games be one of chagrin and sheer mortification?
  • Where’s Babuji?

    Puducherry, 2010 · Photograph by Aashim Tyagi
  • Immortal Lies

    Amar Chitra Katha comics, translated into almost every Indian language, paint pictures of misleading communal harmony and peace, while perpetrating stereotypes of gender, caste, and creed.
  • The Tap #14

  • The New Tube Order

    An exclusive interview with Samira Kanwar and Rohit 'P-Man' Pereira, creators of The P-Man Show.
  • Khublai Shibhon, Sohra

    Sohra is at most a two-hour drive from Shillong—scenic, with rolling greens and misty blues.
  • Researcher Arrested for Disclosing Problems with Electronic Voting Machines

    Wired.com reports— “A security researcher in India has been arrested after he refused to provide authorities with the name of a person who supplied him with an electronic voting machine that was used to discover vulnerabilities in the system. The researcher had used the machine to demonstrate how someone could hack voting systems to easily […]
  • Kasol Capers

    Visiting Kasol in January is a little bizarre, but an adventure nonetheless.
  • Will India Be Ready to Host the Commonwealth Games?

    Time Magazine reports— “The rains that hit New Delhi last week were bad news for the 2010 Commonwealth Games, the biggest sporting spectacle ever to come to India. The event’s two shooting ranges, one of them inaugurated just 60 days ago, were extensively damaged in the downpour. A week earlier, the temporary roof of the […]
  • Backstage with Jalabala Vaidya

    An exclusive interview with leading playwright and actress Jalabala Vaidya, owner of the Akshara Theatre, New Delhi.
  • The Problem with Indie Movies Today

    A quick look at the state of independent cinema in India and the West.

Testimonial Comics #14

By Nishant Jain