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The moor’s legacy
U.R. Anantha Murthy’s story of how he embarked upon his first work, the short novel Samskara, is, again, as in Dutt and Vijayan, a narrative of homecoming in the middle of exile, recovery in the midst of physical, and inward, distancing: “It ...  | Read.. 
 
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WOMEN ON TOP
The record of women in power in India is not an edifying one. Proponents of empowerment need to look at this reality....| Read.. 
 
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The cap doesn’t fit
Mobile man
A tide in the affairs
Crumbling wall
Angry woman in saffron
Elections are a time for parties
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Man doth seek a triple perfection: first sensual, consisting in those things which very life itself requireth either as necessary supplements, or as beauties and ornaments thereof; then an intellectual, ... which none underneath man is either capable of or acquainted with; lastly a spiritual and divine,... whereunto we tend by supernatural means here, but cannot here attain unto them. — RICHARD HOOKER