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Manash Bhattacharjee

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Something Of A Scandal: Dylan's Silence On The Nobel

Something Of A Scandal: Dylan's Silence On The Nobel

Oct 26, 2016

Is Dylan going to repeat Jean-Paul Sartre’s gesture in 1964 and reject the Nobel honour? Are there grounds for Dylan to repeat Sartre?

The Iron Lady

The Iron Lady

Aug 06, 2016

A poem for the iron lady of Manipur, Irom Sharmila

A Sufi's Last Song

A Sufi's Last Song

Jun 29, 2016

For the soul of Amjad Sabri

Camus & The Barbarity Of Capital Punishment

Camus & The Barbarity Of Capital Punishment

Jul 29, 2015

India, in the spirit of its rhetoric on tolerance, needs to show more solidarity towards life.

The Nation As Daddy

The Nation As Daddy

Jul 03, 2015

The logic of the PM’s selfie-absorbed campaign is patriarchal

A New Left Politics?

A New Left Politics?

Feb 10, 2015

Are we going to see a non-left party, raise the class question in Indian politics?

Nature Is Not Nation

Nature Is Not Nation

Sep 12, 2014

We need to thank the army for the simple fact of their saving lives in Kashmir, without getting into dubious complications.

Mind The Guru

Mind The Guru

Sep 05, 2014

Remember how Drona cut a sorry figure, acc­used of unsavoury behaviour by all sides?

The Last Staging Post Of Gandhi

The Last Staging Post Of Gandhi

Oct 06, 2012

The forgotten ashram in Sodepur, near Calcutta, was where a conflicted Gandhi put ahimsa on trial

An Untouched History

An Untouched History

Aug 11, 2012

His stature as a social actor often obscures the value of his scholarship

Beyond Good And Evil

Beyond Good And Evil

Jul 13, 2012

Gangs of Wasseypur is perhaps India’s first post-nationalist film — a Nietzschean saga against a provincial backdrop, illuminating a squalid aspect of the country's political history.

Against The Cunning Of Reason

Against The Cunning Of Reason

Jun 05, 2012

Those in opposition to the cartoon were branded politically naïve, undemocratically partisan and unenlightened victims of emotionalism. But to the ‘rationalists’ their self-representation was never a matter of doubt.

Cartooning Politics

Cartooning Politics

May 22, 2012

The political class’s high-handed and noisy intervention has diverted us from the important questions. The old problem of throwing the baby with the bathwater stares at us once again.

The Left’s Untouchable

The Left’s Untouchable

Apr 13, 2012

Why was Ambedkar’s critique of caste anathema for Indian Marxists?

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