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Om is where the art is
From early recognition to instant oblivion to artistic hibernation to a cutting-edge landing — Anil Revri is a portrait of an artist as a devotee. To his isht devi who appears and disappears, giving him visions of beauty and realisation while h...  | Read.. 
 
‘Let’s all laugh at England’
Warning. This article is not suitable for Anglophiles, who are advised to skip straight to the column down below. The rest of ...  | Read.. 
 
A tale of two cities
Cover uncover
Magic pop
Well spoken
Life line
Tittle tattle
 
 
 
‘Why would I want to be a man'’
You arrive a few minutes early, at the designated coffee shop, for an interview with Malobika Chakra- borty, a just-peeping-out-of-the-closet lesbian and founder-member of Sappho — a lesbian rights movement, which was started in the city exactly five...  | Read.. 
 
Last Word: Talking to ourselves
The Sixties were sputtering out when a group of women met in Boston to share their experiences with healthcare, to discuss their bodies, and to try and find out why women knew so little about the medical system that was supposed to treat them. ...  | Read.. 
 
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What a record
Bring down the wall
On duty
‘Let’s all laugh at England’
The worm turns
Divine drumbeats
Gettin’ jiggy with the Jag
The Ring rules
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