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 Collateral Destiny

Caught between cross firing and shelling from either side, villagers along the LoC are in a

precarious spot. They demand to be urgently relocated.

Lotus Fear Unites

The BJP’s sweep in the Northeast has the saffron party at its strongest. It has forced opponents

to be innovative. The BSP and SP alliance could just revive the country’s opposition politics.

 The Deep Side of Scam

What exactly does the Sheena Bora murder case have to do with the arrest of former

finance minister P. Chidambaram’s son Karti’s arrest?

A Darker Past

Beyond the glorifying biopics, reading Churchill from the perspective of the colonised

 Ages of the Love Wine

From Devdas to Dev D to Daas Dev, the changing cinematic contours of Sarat Chandra

Chattopadhyay’s novella of love and pain

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