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True Grit: How Kashiling Adake became a Pro Kabaddi star
Indian Express

True Grit: How Kashiling Adake became a Pro Kabaddi star

Dabang Delhi offered Kashiling Adake Rs 10 lakh and the deal was quickly sealed. (Source: Express photo by Saikat Ghosh) Dabang Delhi's jersey number 11, Kashiling Adake, looks different from the rest of his teammates. He is tall, well-built, and ... Indian Express, 1 month ago
From farmer to Pro Kabaddi star MSN News US, 1 month ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Child rights in focus

Children from Mukti Rehabilitation Centre perform at American Center. Picture by Chanchal Ghosh Child rights was in focus at a panel discussion hosted by Mukti Rehabilitation Centre at American Center where NGO workers, social activists, ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago

Young torchbearers of age-old tradition

Philosophic plane We often hear that the source of all Indian performing arts is introspection-oriented knowledge that leads to the path of salvation through self-transformation. This essence of our art-tradition is grossly misunderstood in the ...
 The Statesman3 days ago
New Indian Express

Theatre of the Oppressed

The loquacious Calcuttan ensures that Calcutta is never ignored in conversation even if it gets the short-shrift by commerce. Among all the cities in India, Calcutta, perhaps, has inspired the most number of compelling literary creations in Indian ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago

Kolkata's decadent theatre

Back in 1835, what did it take to spend Rs. 2 lakh in a single night in Calcutta? Babu Nabin Chandra Basu, a wealthy member of the landed gentry from Shyambazar in north Calcutta (now Kolkata), once spent that sum on a play. His 1835 production ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

I'm not 'ambaran di queen' or 'kudi namkin': The spoken word

Touted as 'one of the most vital and energetic movements in poetry during the 1990's', 'the spoken word' is gaining ground in India, not just as a form of expression but as a movement of resistance. Resistance to patriarchy, resistance to ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Choice based credit system continues to face opposition

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Students staging a protest against CBCS at Delhi University on Friday. —Photo: Sushil Kumar Verma It has been almost a month since Delhi University opened its gates to around 58,000 students — the first ...
 The Hindu1 month ago


A look at the world of books, publishing and writers. In a column on January 11, 2015, The New York Times published Michiko Kakutani's review of Harper Lee's much-awaited Go Set A Watchman (@GSAWatchmanBook ) — on the front page, no less. There ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
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