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Capital Comment, Madhu Jain
October 03, 2018

The Rules of Engagement

Text by Madhu Jain. Illustration by Rutuja Patil

Present-day India is more Westernised and secluded. Madhu Jain dwells on the significance of cultivating relationships with the people we have to engage with in our daily lives
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Megha Shah
September 24, 2018

What’s In A Name?

Text by Megha Shah. Illustration by Dhwani Shah

In modern relationships, we often need to reconcile our attitudes towards our monikers, before we figure out our feelings towards each other, finds Megha Shah
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Alice Agarwal
August 30, 2018

Putting the Muse in Museums

Illustration by Dhruv Tyagi

Showcasing exhibits in fresh and interactive ways is bound to awaken the curiosity of a community, and encourage engagement. Alice Agarwal underlines the role of museums in cultivating an interest in, and preserving, our heritage
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Hit Man Gurung, We Are In War Without Enemies (2016).
August 10, 2018

The South Asian Counterpoint

Text by Bhavna Kakar

With a narrative driven by the various geopolitical and economic shifts witnessed by the region, South Asian art has carved a special place for itself in the global arena
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Capital Comment, Madhu Jain
August 08, 2018

Tracing The Source

Text by Madhu Jain. Illustration by Devika Swarup

Art movements, trends and fashions are iffy, whimsical things, states Madhu Jain, who takes a ramble through the decades to find what is motivating creators in the subcontinent today
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Art, Columns, Featured, Kastoori Barua
August 03, 2018

Is Art Often Over-Intellectualised?

Text by Kastoori Barua

Everything now is art, so how does one distinguish the artist’s work from the charlatan’s?
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Columns, Featured, Genesia Alves, Opinion
July 23, 2018

Are Children A Gift From God?

Text by Genesia Alves

To have or not to have children… our writer asserts that this choice has never been as loaded with information, politics, gender issues and workable alternatives as it is today
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Politics, Women
July 06, 2018

The Hand That Rocks the Cradle….

Text by Harini Calamur. Illustration by Devika Swarup

We analyse how a social context that shows a rather regressive attitude towards women has paradoxically produced some of the strongest female political figures through history
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Femvertising

#Femvertising: Brands Are Waking Up To The New Wave Of Feminism

Text by Geeta Rao. Illustration by Tanya Eden

The pathway to empowerment is paved with hard-hitting hashtags and stirring visuals, but have we come far enough?
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Shreya Ila Anasuya
June 27, 2018

Decoding The Elusive Nature Of Modern Romance

Text by Shreya Ila Anasuya. Illustration by Sudeepti Tucker

What is dating like in the time of Tinder and WhatsApp?
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Sandhya Menon
June 26, 2018

The Unpredictability Of Dealing With Personality Disorders

Text by Sandhya Menon. Illustrations By Sonaksha Iyengar

A hard battle triggered by factors beyond her control, Sandhya Menon writes about the destructive downward spirals and the innate sense of doom that have become an intrinsic part of her life
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Column, Essam Doad, Featured, Junoon Salons, Parmesh Shahani, Parmesh's Viewfinder, TED Talk

Other Worlds Are Possible

Text by Parmesh Shahani

Compassion is not that hard to tap into. Parmesh Shahani pens notes from Vancouver and Mumbai
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