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Saturday, October 21, 2017

Racism in Show biz – Thasni Salim

The ghost of British colonialism is still wandering through Indian sub continent. The British who consider Indians as slave because of their complexion...

Hyderabad, a dying City – Narain Rao, Balijipeta

Every city, although it may seem metaphorical, has an exclusive memory to itself, a memory through which it sustains its life. And that memory...

Experiences in Speaking Telugu and Writing ‘Ramkoti’ – [Sankupurana – Memoirs of an Engineer]...

Kalluru was a bigger village than Gopalapuram in those days and could boast of having a number of state government offices apart from medical...

Untitled-II – Rithwik Bhattathiri, Bangalore

I wake up, as if into a dream. Limbs aching. Nails biting into the flesh underneath. Can’t see the abyss behind me. I know...

Eating Apples – Naran, Chennai

A poverty stricken writer wrote the word ' apple' on a piece of paper and ate a dozen of those everyday. A stone sculptor...

A Thousand Love Affairs – Monalisa Dash, Toronto, Canada

I am in love With the air I breathe With the sky which holds me in place With the water which keeps me alive With the fire that...

A dream -Resham Sharma, Raipur

I got to bed early that night A starry night i must add Tired and ready to sleep I let my eyes close upon my bed My eyes...

Like the old Oak Tree – Devika Mathur, Lucknow

Beneath the crackers of immortality I seek a path for a transparent moment, defining hidden walls of pale truth. I drink the nectar, sweet nectar from the...

‘Panthibhojanam’ in 1917 & ‘Beef Fests’ in 2017 – Nithya S. Shobha & Praveen...

Beef violence took 28 lives in India (among them 24 are Muslims) and hundreds injured in the riots occurred recently. These violence were framed...

‘Argumentative Indian’ exposes the nonsense arguments of Censor Board – Praveen Pilassery & Thasni...

Central Board of Film Certification’s (CBFC) decision to not permit Suman Ghosh’s much expected documentary ‘Argumentative Indian’ shows new heights of cultural emergency that...