Women at work
A women's art collective is serving a dose of truth–strong and Kadak
Kadak Collective’s latest project, Reading Room, is a virtual-physical space for South Asian female artists.
Across the border
Shivaji the great to Aurangzeb the terrible: We see in our kings what we want to see in ourselves
India and Pakistan, though always in opposition, are similar in many ways – one among them being how they have appropriated their rules and invaders.
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The Daily Fix: Karnataka's decision to increase caste quotas has nation-wide repercussions
Everything you need to know for the day (and a little more)
A morning spent in a queue to withdraw cash is a day without earning a wage, say factory workers
Several workers in Delhi got their wages for October and November in old currency notes while others got cheques. Now, the challenge for both is withdrawal.
'Part of a plan to create a civil war?': Mamata alleges unauthorised army deployment across Bengal
The Indian Army has refuted the allegations, calling this a 'routine exercise' in preparation for contingency situation.
Opening this week
Film review: ‘Kahaani 2’ is an almost-convincing yarn of crime and punishment
Vidya Balan shines in the lead role of a woman accused of murder, while Arjun Rampal provides eye-candy and solid back-up.
‘The transistor’: A chilling short story from Kashmir
An excerpt from a collection of short fiction set in the state.
Demonetisation is a sacrifice that cleanses. It is the real swachch abhiyan of the republic
There is no sense of injustice or a feeling of being misused. It is a pollution ritual that involves everyone.