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The short story is the most powerful of literary forms
Sunday Guardian Live

The short story is the most powerful of literary forms

(L-R) Va Ve Su Iyer & Subramanya Bharathi. A new anthology of stories traces the peaks of Tamil literature, attained not so much by the novel as by the modern short story. The volume's editor, Dilip Kumar writes about how this form evolved. The ... Sunday Guardian Live, 2 weeks ago
The Hindu

The house of the Peshkar

Puthen Madom a.k.a. Peshkar Madom in Sreevaraham is pretty much what it was a century ago In a heritage quarter like Sreevaraham, where row after row of agraharams stand tall, like packed pillar-boxes, their interiors just a step up from the ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Old and Damp, But Standing Tall

BENGALURU: The brick-red building of University Visvesvaraya College of Engineering stands hidden behind a row of yellow flame trees near KR Circle. As you walk into the campus, time seems to come to a standstill. Clusters of students are seen ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago
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Tanishq again reaches out to the modern woman

The campaign, conceptualized by Lowe Lintas, presents the Niloufer collection jewellery as the adornment for the newly arrived and empowered woman achiever Archit Ambekar | Mumbai | April 21, 2016 Click on the image to watch the TVC. In its ...
 Best Media Info1 month ago

Author's notebook: How Nehru, Mountbatten and Patel warded off India's power grabbing princely states

By Sandeep Bamzai One third of India's land mass comprising 100 million people and ruled by the Princely Order through linkages by treaties with the British Empire contemplated a Third Dominion in the lead up to Independence. With the British ...
 Firstpost.com1 month ago

Pastoral Adyar of yore was a haven for arts

Old-timers remember Chennai as Madras, a city of horse-drawn carriages, lonely streets and men in suits. A TOI series brings recollections from a mix of neighbourhoods A green canopy, cacophony of chirping birds and squirrels - the idyllic world ...
 Times of India1 month ago
Counter Currents

More Than 500 Film Makers, Writers, Artists And Activists Demand Release Of Deba Ranjan Sarangi

Film Makers, Writers, Artists And Activists Demand Release Of Deba Ranjan Sarangi By Concerned Citizens 02 April, 2016 Countercurrents.org We the undersigned film makers, writers, professionals in the area of art & culture, academics, activists ...
 Counter Currents1 month ago
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