January 27, 2020
the fully loaded magazine
Eat, Pray, Live
Slime, The Inner Cycle
Varying fates of the victims of a social evil
Nov 20, 2019
On The Highest Style
Queer, myth-based practices bring temples to life
Nov 20, 2019
Figures In A Square
Polite, self-effacing submission stands out in Iyer’s explication of Japan’s mystique
Nov 13, 2019
Our Snowy Guardian
From petroglyphs to myths, people to climate change—a fitting history of the Himalayas
Sep 04, 2019
It Rains Futility In August
The gallows humour is dulled, but Chatterjee’s habit of framing at unusual angles helps a dark whimsy. From Thomas Roe to Art. 377, his canvas is wide.
Jul 10, 2019
Indentured labour, the 1971 War and search for identity are woven in a mother-haunted novel
Jun 12, 2019
Lord’s Sweet Blows
A school swaddled in sensuality, saffron and rectitude packs an ominous presentiment
May 29, 2019
The Best In His Line
A well-lit magnetic thespian and his lifelong influence over typecast and rounded others
Apr 03, 2019
Slippery Barbie Tattoo
Neon-lit, pulpy prose tracks the scapegrace Charlie in his myriad mishaps across Delhi
Feb 20, 2019
Calcutta In Dark Sci
This one propels the accumulated anxieties of a city into a shape-shifting future vortex
Feb 06, 2019
What A Waste, Bengal
In a state that has no industry, it is quite obvious that Durga Puja is an industry that works brilliantly well engaging a whole host of people united towards one end.
Sep 17, 2019
The Mamata Who Stole Christmas
Walkers around Calcutta's Rabindra Sarovar had grown used to being surprised by music; and from surprise it had become an indulgence. But gradually a note of disharmony crept into the proceedings...
Dec 27, 2016
Not At My Son's Funeral
Is it possible to do it in cold blood? The Nazis certainly did. But this? Looking into their eyes and asking them their names one by one?
Jul 05, 2016
The Residue Of Faith
The stink, the uprooted bamboos, the vegetable peels — all that is left behind once the prayers are said and the festival draws to an end
Mar 15, 2016
Jurassic Park, Kolkata Version
Nothing compares to the noise that Deshapriya Park was generating — an entire cement protima, and huge to boot, the goddess 88 feet tall.
Oct 22, 2015
The Writer Will Not Dance
The situation between writers and Santhals is actually fairly similar...
Oct 13, 2015
Inheritance Of Loss
In the corridors of Nabanna the perception is that Kolkata must become London, quite forgetting that the city was actually based on the London model
Sep 22, 2015
The Extinct Bungalow On Bondel Road
Set as the backdrop to an inane world that was always trying to throw yesterday into the face of now, it was incongruous and it was magnificent.
Aug 03, 2015
Voters And Other Strangers
The symbolism still gets you — a woman in a white sari with a green border going up against a wall of red promising change.
May 13, 2015
The Statue Went Bust
Vidyasagar’s bust perhaps did self-destruct at the current state of affairs!
May 18, 2019
Opinion: Resistance To Transparency Makes Our Courts Mysterious Institutions
Anti-Satellite Weapons System, Apache Choppers On Display On 71st Republic Day
Absence Of Political Parties Has Lent Credibility To Anti-CAA Protests
'Fundamentally Discriminatory': EU Groups Move Resolution On CAA In Parliament
New Zealand Vs India, 2nd T20I: Virat Kohli Praises Jasprit Bumrah And Co
Satire | ‘Are You From The Tukde Tukde Gang Or The Khan Market Gang?’
Brave Of Deepika Padukone To Take A Stand When Mum Is The Word For Big Bollywood Stars
Jamia, JNU Fallout: Why Is Amulya Patnaik Continuing As Delhi Police Commissioner?
Dismantling Sheikh Abdullah’s Legacy One Historical Step At A Time
Blog: Constitution In One Hand, Tricolour In Another, You Still See Their Burka And Topi
Is It Kashmirisation Of India? Not By Any Stretch
'India Needs A Better Opposition': Nobel Laureate Abhijit Banerjee
'Read It When You...': Congress Sends Constitution To PM Modi
Kerala Forms 620 Km Human Chain Against CAA, NRC On Republic Day
ULFA(I) Claims 4 Explosions In Assam On Republic Day; No Casualty Or Damage
Mobile Phone Services Suspended In Kashmir For Republic Day Celebrations
'State-Sanctioned Religious Persecution': Naseeruddin Shah, Mira Nair, In Note On CAA
Matter Of Self Respect For Any Nation To Run According To Its Constitution: RSS
After Padma Vibhushan, Mary Kom Aims For Bharat Ratna
Who Owns The Republic?
70 Years Of Indian Judiciary | Opinion: Electoral Majority Is No Licence To Bring In Immoral And Unjust Laws
Go Softly In A House Of Spies
70 Years Of Indian Judiciary | Opinion: Resistance To Transparency Makes Our Courts Mysterious Institutions
Amid 'Civil Disobedience', Kargil Revolts Against Leh, Kashmir On Thin Ice
Road To Khalsa
Delay In Opening Jagannath Temple's Ratna Bhandar Sullying Naveen Patnaik's Transparency Mantra
Political Tug-O-War Over Tipu Sultan Leaves Students, Teachers In The Lurch