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Tarabari: The Bihar village that is bad publicity for Brand Nitish's claim of development

Tarabari: The Bihar village that is bad publicity for Brand Ni...

Tarabari/Purnea (Bihar): Tarabari, a village tucked away a few hundred kilometres from Bihar's capital Patna, has a problem. People living outside the village are reluctant to give their daughters in marriage to men from the Tarabari. The reason? ..., 6 days ago

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New Indian Express

A Love Letter to a City that's Stuck in the 1800s

Sitting in a cab that was driving through Kolkata, from the airport to what would be my home for the next three months, there was this feeling in the pit of my stomach that I had been here before. Not just that catch-all thing you call deja vu, but ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Science and the Arts

Man's interest in heaven is perhaps as old as the origin of Homo sapiens on this planet. This is undoubtedly because of his erect posture which enables him to look and wonder at the sky and the various striking phenomena occurring there day by day, ...
 The Statesman2 weeks ago
India Today

Manjhi The Mountain Man review: Nawazuddin's the man, with a mountain or without

Director Ketan Mehta takes on the mountain-high project of depicting on film Dashrath Manjhi's life in Manjhi The Mountain Man. And he succeeds only in parts. Nawazuddin Siddiqui and Radhika Apte in a still from Manjhi-The Mountain Man ...
 India Today1 month ago
The Hindu

Yellowed pages, unforgettable tales

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Photos: Parshathy J Nath Opening up a new world Photo: Parshathy J.Nath Opening up a new world Photo: Parshathy J.Nath Opening up a new world Photo: Parshathy J.Nath TOPICS PARSHATHY J.NATH finds a ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

A Pyjama Party? Rahul Gandhi Still Doesn't Get It

Sometime in 2010, while traveling to report from interior Maharashtra on the atrocitiesagainst Dalits, I came across a Dalit poet who had been arrested by the policeforprovoking Maoist ideas through his poems. During his interrogation in Nagpur, he ...
 NDTV1 month ago

The Indian element

Several years back, college fashion was more or less a blind aping of the Western trends. Some denim gears or flashy T-shirts. That, or Salwar-Kurta on the other end. The trend were bipolar. But recently, desi choices and techniques have become more ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago
Deccan Chronicle

Gussadi dance gets Baahubali boost

Adilabad: The well-known dance Gussadi of the Adivasis has got recognition in the blockbuster movie Baahubali directed by S.S. Rajamouli. The Gussadi dance has been filmed for the first time. Adivasis perform the Gussadi dance wearing hats made of ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 months ago

12 stops, 50 markets

Markets embody living traditions—they are windows to local culture and markers of a point or two in history, but they are also constantly evolving. Old markets are often built around landmarks—think Chandni Chowk near Red Fort in Delhi—or ...
 Livemint.com2 months ago
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