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Arts  /  Published 07.05.22

Enduring vision

Benode Behari had taken Mozumdar under his wings. In Nepal, where art and craft were indistinguishable, he was groomed by master the craftsman, Kulasundar Shilakarmi, in the late 1940s. Here, he glean...
By Soumitra Das

Arts  /  Published 07.05.22

Ominous signs

In the middle of the gallery at Birla Academy was a tiny island of rubble with an upright tamper: a common enough sight on city roads that transcends the particular to symbolize serial makeovers of me...
By Rita Datta

Books  /  Published 06.05.22

Life, law, language

Book: Liberty After Freedom: A History Of Article 21, Due Process And The Constitution Of India Author: Rohan J. Alva Publisher: HarperCollins India Price: Rs 599 Of the different vantage points ...
By Lalit Panda

Books  /  Published 06.05.22

Characters people love to hate

Book: Pure Evil: The bad men of Bollywood Author : Balaji Vittal Publisher: HarperCollins Price: Rs 399 In a conversation with the author, Raymond Chandler, in 1958, Ian Fleming, the famed creator...
By Devdan Mitra

Books  /  Published 06.05.22

Other voices

Book: Last Among Equals: Power, Caste And Politics In Bihar’s Villages Author: M.R. Sharan Publisher: Context Price: Rs.599 The one thing that makes Last Among Equals stand out in a sea of ...
By Aaliya Waziri

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Books  /  Published 06.05.22

Rebels with a cause

Book: Rebels against the Raj: Western fighters for India’s freedom Author: Ramachandra Guha Publisher: Allen Lane Price: 799 Ramachandra Guha’s latest opus focuses on seven women and m...
By Durba Ghosh

Lifestyle  /  Published 03.05.22

Samsung aims for consistency and meaningful features on Galaxy M53 5G

Device: Samsung Galaxy M53 5G Price: Upwards of Rs 26,499 High notes • One of the best displays on a mid-range phone • Excellent camera performance • Good processing power • ...
By Mathures Paul

Books  /  Published 02.05.22

New reads coming your way in May

Mean Baby: A Memoir of Growing Up by Selma Blair As an infant, Blair was known as a mean baby, thanks to a scowl and a judgmental, scrutinizing face. In this autobiography, Blair — known for ro...
By Joumana Khatib

Arts  /  Published 30.04.22

Broken up

There is now a Wall, said the title of Experimenter’s recent Rathin Burman show. The question that immediately comes to mind is, where’s “there”? The eponymous work, an imposin...
By Rita Datta

Books  /  Published 29.04.22

Shelves and selves

“The library in the daytime is an organised place,” Suresh Menon remembers the Canadian polymath, Alberto Manguel, telling him once, “but at night you can imagine the books talking t...
By Debnita Chakravarti


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