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Thatcher’s Final Wash: Aaron Murdoch

You have no idea how much I shivered at stepping into this bath. It was under a bath that the

Jaywalking at Kolkata: Subho Maitra

# Dwindling between Tagore and Kerouac I discovered my city, zaniest credo of being took me to the Old Park

Nand Kishore Acharya Speaks with Indranil Chakraborty

1. Let us move Thirty seven years back when your first book “Jal Hain Jaan”, was published. Please tell us

Tanvir Mokammel : A Conversation with Tanvir Ratul

1. What particular realization drove you to choose filmmaking as your life and living ? Since childhood I used to

Dreaming of Freedom: Palestinian Child Prisoners Speak: Yousef M. Aljamal

Shadi Farrah was just 12 years old when he was arrested in November 2015 with his friend Ahmad alZataari. They

Life: A User’s Manual – A Reading by Souva Chattopadhyay

Seldom you come across a book which is so magnificent in its scope, so disarmingly rich in style and variation,

The « Silent Nature » of Odilon Redon: Konstantina Moschou

As part of the national celebrations for the 100th anniversary of his death, the Bordeaux Fine Arts Museum proposed to

Seven Haiku

1. My dream globe encompasses Your rain-cries, summer-wrath And broken-heart yellow leaves. 2. Your silent song fills the air. It

Healing Voids & Other Poems: Sayani Banerjee

IRON FRAME The twinkling stars in dark blue sky, Are sweet to hear in beat- But sweeter is the crinkling

3 Poems: Anirban chattopadhyay

Cylinder is kept at the dickey of the four-wheeler That is stockpiled narcotics; using it The four-wheeler enters a love-scene

O Tempora! & Other Poems: Amit Chakravarty

Inside The Eyes of a Fortune-teller Inside the eyes of a fortune-teller lied a rural road. Then the evening was

The Tree: Ritwik Ghatak

Once, a banyan tree had leaned over a tiny river flowing through some distance away from a village. As a