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Into the Heartland

Text by Shalini Singh

As days of isolation stretch ahead of us in a locked-down world during the pandemic and we remain bound indoors, travel writing takes on its age-old task of memory-making. Award-winning journalist Shalini Singh — who’s covered the better part of the country and the globe to break stories on climate change, development and its effects on our environment — reminisces on the spiritual nature of her work and how being out on the field is actually a journey within
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Six filmmakers, who have screened their movies at some of the best-known festivals across the globe, share how they made the most of their quick trips to the cities of Venice, Toronto, New York, Cannes, Hong Kong and Tel Aviv…
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The Panoramic View From Blackcomb Mountain, Whistler, Canada

Exploring Canada’s Havens Of Adventure

Text and Photographs by Huzan Tata

While its natural glories are not unknown, Canada offers escapades that will thrill even the most wary traveller.
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#MeToo, #TimesUp, A Room of One's Own, Australia, Canada, Chandra Talpade Mohanty, Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, Egypt, Elena Favilli, Elif Shafak, Featured, Feminism, Feminist Stories, Feminst Books, France, Francesca Cavallo, Germaine Greer, Goodnight Stories For Rebel Girls, Headscarves & Hymens, India, Iran, Italy, Margaret Atwood, Marjane Satrapi, Mona Eltahawy, Nigeria, NoViolet Bulawayo, Online Exclusive, Persepolis, Simone de Beauvoir, Sylvia Plath, The Bastard of Istanbul, The Bell Jar, The Female Eunuch, The Handmaid's Tale, The Second Sex, Turkey, Under Western Eyes, United Kingdom, United States, Virginia Woolf, We Need New Names, We Should All Be Feminists, Zimbabwe
November 14, 2018

A comprehensive list of books from all over the world that help navigate the true meaning and impact of feminism
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October 15, 2018

The coastal seaport has much to offer for those who need their literary fill. Verve takes you on a trail of places to visit for every kind of fan of the written word...
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A polar bear gazing into the distance, Canada
April 22, 2018

On Thin Ice: The Tundra Experience

Text by Geetika Jain. Photographs by Anjali Singh

Sweeping landscapes, predators, scavengers and a migration…the rhythm and cadence of Africa’s Serengeti is also played out in the Canadian Tundra
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