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Tashan Mehta's The Liar's Weave will remind you of Salman Rushdie's work
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Tashan Mehta's The Liar's Weave will remind you of Salman Rush...

Mehta's debut novel The Liar's Weave will remind you of magical realism Salman Rushdie employs in his work. Tashan Mehta's The Liar's Weave In 1981, Salman Rushdie unleashed Midnight's Children upon an unsuspecting world. Perhaps his greatest work, the novel ... India Today, 1 week ago

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Portraits of Partition in Four Fictional Characters

Time enables forgetting. This amnesia can make rogues of citizens and clunks out of children. If we turn ignorant about how our countries have suffered and survived, if we forget what our grandparents and great-grandparents have witnessed and endured, we do ...
 Open Magazine1 week ago
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Why I am thankful to Hasan Minhaj

'You made me realise that it is great to be brown, even if we are currently living under Donald Trump's false definition of America.''In my 36 years in America there have been few instances where I have laughed and cried so much watching a show about brown people.'Aseem Chhabra writes to Hasan Minhaj after watching Homecoming King on Netflix. Hasan Minhaj: Maybe there's something in the chai right now! IMAGE: Hasan Minhaj first created Homecoming King as an off-Broadway show.Photograph: ...
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Arundhati Roy: The Utmost Unhappiness of Being Indian

WHAT MUST IT be like to be Arundhati Roy? People in power are accustomed to being loved and hated in equal measure. But what of authors? Aren’t they the ‘sensitive type’, rheumy-eyed, thin skinned and prone to bruising? Fifty-five-year-old Roy, it would ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago

Sex and the Sanghi boys

So what troubles the average Sanghi boy more – the length of Priyanka Chopra’s skirt, or the potency of the peacock’s tears? The celibacy of the peacock was national news in the same week that the actor, who first became famous for being crowned Miss ...
 Sify2 months ago
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'Work well. Things eventually fall in place!'

'I think attending a coaching class is not a great idea. The professors there brainwash students to follow different techniques and methods from various books and authors. The student gets confused and ends up stressed.''For CBSE, textbooks are all you need to refer to, to clear the exams.' Tushar Rishi, 19, conquered knee cancer and other odds to score 95 per cent in CBSE Class 12 results. He tells Divya Nair his story. IMAGE: Ranchi topper Tushar Rishi fought knee cancer and then battled ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Tragedy in Transit

DEEPAK UNNIKRISHNAN’S Temporary People , a lacerating exposition of the existence of ‘temporary people’ in the Arabian Gulf, tells the unheard stories of sacrifice smeared with sweat, tears and semen, in a brilliant combination of Salman Rushdie’s ...
 Open Magazine2 months ago
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