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Rape and the inherent violence of language
Bangalore Mirror

Rape and the inherent violence of language

By: Arshia Sattar If words of sexual assault are used as terms of endearment, how can the acts to which they refer be seen as reprehensible? How awful that there should be an inevitability about this, but it has finally happened: the rape of a ... Bangalore Mirror, 1 week ago

Non-vegetarianism a choice, let's respect it

By: Arshia Sattar We are creating a new class of untouchables, the meat-eaters, whose presence is enough to consign the pure to the worst of hells There's this piece of news that keeps bobbing up like a cork on the inside pages of the newspapers ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

The rise and rise of bullying in public spaces

By: Arshia Sattar There are so many people in public life these days that believe that rules and even conventions, are not for them How sad it is that we live in a time of public bullying, bullying being something that we should have left behind ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago
Bangalore Mirror

As we saved our very own sthala purana

By: ArshiaSattar ​Balabrooie is one of our secular sthala puranas. It is a part of the expansive and inclusive geography of national memory What an amazing weekend! Through entirely peaceful and civilised persuasion, citizen activists, who came ...
 Bangalore Mirror1 month ago

Flight of Fancy

The Golden Pigeon is an odd book. The first half seems to be the memoir of an old and aristocratic family from Shahjahanabad (Old Delhi, to you and me), and is littered with jinns and other wonderful ruptures in the natural order of things. The ...
 Open2 days ago

Where ideas grow wings

Book lovers gather annually in Jaipur, India, to feed on the essence of thought at the world's biggest free literary festival. The Zee Jaipur Literature Festival (ZJLF) in India attracts people from all walks of life, from the expected to the ... week ago
Times of India

Shobhaa De at Times Literary Carnival at Mehboob Studio

Lots happening at the ongoing 3-day Times Literary Carnival held at Mehboob Studios, Bandra. Entry is free to all sessions. For more details, log on to VENUE A POWER BREAKFAST Are Indians Power Hungry? Mani ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago Several sessions lined up at Times Literary Carnival at Mehboob Studios in Mumbai  Times of India2 weeks ago

Love, Sex and Satraps

A courtesan-turned-spy frolics in Pataliputra, revealing Mauryan mischief 28 November 2014 BY:
 Open3 weeks ago
Bangalore Mirror

Small Talk with Pascal Sieger: Following a different beat

The musician-anthropologist and scholar came to Auroville in 1996 on a one-year sabbatical but now India is as good as home The year was 1996 -much before the era of Google and emails. A bit disillusioned with his musical career, saxophonist Pascal ...
 Bangalore Mirror3 weeks ago
New Indian Express

Abhishek Majumdar Honoured For a Decade in Theatre

BENGALURU : On November 9, to commemorate the birth anniversary of Shankar Nag and recognise committed work in the field of theatre, Ranga Shankara gave away the first Shankar Nag Theatre Award to writer, director and actor Abhishek Majumdar. The ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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