Their suffering had a deep impact on me. In the isolation of a badly managed lockdown in rural Goa, I drew nourishment on the bleakness and blinkered hope of our time to edit this book again, cutting out its fat, reassigning
The 149-minute film tells the story of the Karkhanis, the last joint family of Pune, which after the family patriarch dies, undertakes a road journey to Pandharpur to immerse his ashes in the holy Chandrabhaga river.
Ajeesh Puthiyadath and Salim Abdulla, the Indian photographers living in Doha, narrow in on Doha’s popular corniche, Islamic art, souks and the FIFA World Cup to be hosted by Qatar in 2022 to define life in the Gulf nation.
The global anger against the climate change catastrophe will be reflected at the JLF, where the presence of US environmental lawyer and writer James Thornton will add to the simmering debate on hazardous pollution in the nati
Three years ago, a theatre group from Sri Lanka came to the famous Under the Sal Tree festival at Goalpara in Assam to stage a play—Payanihal (Passengers)— that seeks reconciliation between the Tamil and Sinhalese commun
In July this year, an economics professor at the University of Tokyo turned heads when she hit the campaign trail in the parliamentary elections in Japan. Ayumi Yasutomi, a transgender, ran on the promise of “saving our c