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IPL: Indian cricket’s Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde

Sunday, 15 Apr 2018 | AAKASH AGGARWAL | in Agenda

IPL took a novel cricket format and married it to Bollywood entertainment and money, making a heady cocktail. But what has been the tangible benefit — minus moolah — for Indian cricket? What has prevailed eventually — cricket or controversy? AAKASH AGGARWAL finds out June 1, 2008, 10.45 pm. My house...

American Dream in the Age Of Trump

Sunday, 08 Apr 2018 | ANUBHAV PRADHAN | in Agenda

ANUBHAV PRADHAN feels that the US is no longer what it used to be, that the civilisational goals of progress and equality seem to have been superseded by sectarian interests favouring a carefully framed portion of the American population Does the American Dream hold? Countless books, numerous songs, and movies have...

Nayan, nazar, nayaab Padmaavat's subtle beauty

Sunday, 01 Apr 2018 | SIDDHARTH PANDEY | in Agenda

SIDDHARTH PANDEY attempts to understand the phenomenon of Padmaavat through a new, original light, drawing attention to its politics of aesthetics and sound, while also taking into account the texture of Bhansali's filmmaking Now that the curtains have fallen and the ninth directorial venture of Sanjay Leela Bhansali has become the...

BEYOND THE BLACK HOLE

Sunday, 25 Mar 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

Rare onset of fatal illness in the 20s, socio-cultural rules about ‘coolness’, or the science behind the big, scary universe — Stephen Hawking’s life proved that no real or metaphorical black hole is permanent, writes UMANG AGGARWAL A nerd with a very visible disease, coupled with speech impairment in the early...

The new design vocabulary

Sunday, 18 Mar 2018 | Navneet Mendiratta | in Agenda

The lines between various disciplines — such as fashion, art, design, and architecture — are diminishing as the designers and architects seek to collaborate to open exchange and dialogue. Navneet Mendiratta shares her learnings from the recent art and design events held in Delhi February was a particularly bright month for...

Bond with the best

Sunday, 11 Mar 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

On an enchanting evening in his Mussoorie home, Ruskin Bond tells UMANG AGGARWAL about his ‘actual first’ novella, growing sense of humour, his lazy approach to life, and the dreams that haunt him Without a mobile phone, a computer, or even a palace for a house that some might expect an...

THE LAST DIVA

Sunday, 04 Mar 2018 | Gautam Chintamani | in Agenda

Sridevi’s death has robbed us of an actor who not only left an indelible impact on Indian cinema, but also created a space for future actors to strike a balance between being a superstar and not losing the actor within In the 2012 film My Week With Marilyn, there is a...

From a wink to a storm

Sunday, 25 Feb 2018 | UMANG AGGARWAL | in Agenda

Priya Prakash Varrier, the 19-year-old whose 10-second wink video recently went viral, has opened up discussion about male gaze, North India culture, religion, and censorship, writes Umang Aggarwal Ten seconds — like one, two, think, blink, and over... What’s the biggest achievement that you have managed in that duration of time?...

Democracies in the Dragons Show

Sunday, 18 Feb 2018 | Dr Ashutosh Misra | in Agenda

Since there are only 4,000 people of Chinese ancestry in India, China faces a demographic disadvantage in pushing its influence operations in India, unlike in the US and Australia, which have a large Chinese diaspora and have no history of direct military conflict with the country, making them more susceptible China’s...

Modi The voice of reason at DAVOS

Sunday, 04 Feb 2018 | Rajaram Panda | in Agenda

The Prime Minister presented India’s gentler and kinder vision of a new global order — a cooperative, harmonious, sharing, and caring world — which found resonance among the delegates at the world’s biggest networking platform Days before India was to host 10 ASEAN leaders as guests at the Republic Day celebrations...


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21 Apr 2018 | PNS

Earth Day at DPS, Ranchi Students of DPS, Ranchi of Class II celebrated Earth Day on Friday. It was a day to remind that the planet we live on is not our property, but responsibility...

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