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  • Of Weddings and Funerals

    April 29, 2011: A day engraved in history.
  • Testing the Waters

    A tiny haven in Karnataka for those weary of the constant activity at Goa, Gokarna is about five hours away and a world apart.
  • Days of Being Wild

    In my country, summer is the season when possibility often trumps over probability.
  • Cape and Cowl

    An exploration of the various graphic novels from which the story lines and characters were developed for Christopher Nolan's remarkable Batman series.
  • The Other: Part Two

    Women have inspired most great works of art, thus becoming the muse, the very core of the history of art borne out of great men.
  • Mirror, Mirror: Part Three

    Man Bites Dog becomes not only a satire on the fascination for televised tragedy, but also tries to joke about the uncalled stain provided to cinema.
  • When Feeling Blue Is Patriotic

    Unified by our indelible love for cricket, we are drenched in victory, thanks to our Boys in Blue.
  • Hyphenated

    Labels are not easy to live with, especially hyphenated labels. There is a sense of disorientation when it comes to choosing one side or the other.
  • Images and Words

    The First Annual Indian Comic Con sufficed as a commendable exhibit of talent and a fair of international stature for comic lovers.
  • Comic Conned

    A visual walk-through of India's first ever comics convention, the First Annual Indian Comic Con, held at Dilli Haat earlier this year.
  • Mirror, Mirror: Part Two

    The central underlying theme of Peeping Tom is voyeurism, captured through an aggressive and violating camera.
  • The Other: Part One

    Gender differentiation has played a significant role in hailing masculine art as ‘great’ or ‘serious’ and reducing so-called feminine art as the ‘other’.

The Tap #12

By Ramya Sriram