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What Dana Majhi's ordeal tells you about India

What Dana Majhi's ordeal tells you about India

Dana Majhi's walk home is a shrivelling indictment of our humanity and of our priorities, says Mitali Saran.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/   A tribal man in Odisha started walking from a hospital, where his wife had died, towards their village 60-odd km away, carrying her corpse on his shoulders. This wasn't their tribal custom. It wasn't a protest. He wasn't making a point. He simply had no other way of bringing the body home. He didn't have the wherewithal to negotiate with the ..., 1 month ago
Mitali Saran: House of horrors Business Standard, 2 months ago

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Business Standard, 5 months ago

Mitali Saran: 5 rings to bind them all

The Olympics have inspired me to start exercising again
 Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: The god-awful state of secularism

When it's the thought that counts, but not in a good way
 Business Standard4 days ago

Mitali Saran: Birdiness, birditude, and birdicity

Turns out ornithology isn't for the birds
 Business Standard1 week ago

Mitali Saran: Patriot games

In which cynicism preys on sentiment, and everyone loses
 Business Standard2 weeks ago Mitali Saran: The extempore has no clothes  Business Standard1 month ago Mitali Saran: Happy 70th to us  Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Another boring, muggy weekend

What if they gave a nuclear war and nobody came?
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Mitali Saran: Unsent letters

Mad at Pakistan? Writing it down helps cool the brain
 Business Standard1 month ago Mitali Saran: Dear John letter to the USA  Business Standard2 months ago

Mitali Saran: Row, row, row your boat

Because the crew isn't going to
 Business Standard1 month ago

Mitali Saran: The beat of your own drums

Or, why homeless musicians are a thing
 Business Standard1 month ago Mitali Saran: Until the cows come home  Business Standard2 months ago

The politics of 'nationalism'

'That's the stunning achievement of two-and-a-half years of this government -- a political bait-and-switch, selling a promise of economic development, and delivering a triumphalist machine that sacralises country, nationalism, majoritarianism and tradition, to achieve Hindutva goals,' says Mitali Saran. On a recent television debate, actor Om Puri stuck up for Pakistani actors working in Bollywood, and said that nobody forces soldiers to sign up to the army. The ensuing tide of vitriol caused ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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