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With Swami Agnivesh’s Death, We Have Lost a Strong and Persistent Voice for Justice and Social Reform

Swami Agnivesh’s death has left behind a massive void but his contributions for the welfare of the toiling masses and his commitment to social change continue to be cherished.

Etoa Munda Won the Battle

BOOK REVIEW Stories are indeed the most fascinating pedagogic tools. With their narrative, characters and story line how beautifully they unfold life’s deepest treasures. Here is...

SEPTEMBER 2016

The historic day of independence is celebrated across the country with pride and gusto and the symbols of nationalism are adorned with new fervour...

Bulbbul: From Toe Rings to Iron Rods, India’s Obsession With ‘Controlling’ its Women

Bulbbul is a film that takes us on a journey that is at once mythical and supernatural, historic and scary.

Cinema on Women is not Just Women’s Cinema

Films are a medium of immense possibility given their potential to depict narratives and characters with a sincerity that touches people’s lives. The emergence of films about women’s issues marks a remarkable turn from films that were centered on male protagonists alone but will this trend result in societal transformation if it is seen and appreciated only by women? Dr. Reetamoni Das

Rethinking Reading: ICSE and the introduction of popular comics in official Curriculum

Rethinking Reading: ICSE and the introduction of popular comics in official Curriculum Recently ICSE introduced comics like Tintin and Asterix in their syllabus. What will...