Archives: '19 Issue 02
The hill town in North-East India has famously been declared the domain of innocuously rebellious rock music. But Shillong's contradictions are better represented through the cultural strains of metal, finds Silvester Phanbuh. He links up with Nangsan Lyngwa and Dolreich Bianglang Kharmawphlang (Malice), two members of local death metal band Plague Throat, to talk guitars, gigs and social issues....
The niche industry of fast-paced Hindi crime fiction was slowly on its way out, but publisher Minakshi Thakur remained convinced that these novels could find a wider audience. Rebranding the pulp fiction ‘pocket books’ of prolific mystery writer Surender Mohan Pathak, she turned him into a best-selling author in the mainstream market.
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