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Raavan movie review
Talking against the revolution
In Popular Imagination, Punjab is the land of agrarian abundance, picked for its fertile promise by the harbingers of the Green Revolution.
The No.1 Ladies Full Of Agency
Sex And The City 2 movie review
Where Have All Our Farmers Gone?
“Globalisation is nothing but the ultimate takeover of the planet’s resources by a few companies, whereby the freedom of the species....
Rallying for the valley
Pragya Tiwari rediscovers pre-militant Kashmir in a Hindi classic
The silent songs of the desert
“Will This film benefit us, you think?” Mura Lala Fafal asks his brother. “The world will see how little we have and how we embrace our life
The divine apparatus
Satish Gujral’s latest exhibition is sure to invite the usual comparisons to his earlier work — but will it finally put the debate to rest
Silent Flow the Saryu
Pragya Tiwari on Ram Ayodhya and Saryu
Stage against the machine
A young crop of theatrewallas are swashbuckling across Mumbai, says Pragya Tiwari
Still Showing you the money
America is going through a renaissance of television where its best minds have turned to creating shows such as Mad Men, The Wire....
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