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The Fictional World of Henry James – Ramlal Agarwal

In the second half of the 19th and the first quarter of the 20th century there was a surge in creative writing and...

The Barefoot Colonial – Ram Govardhan, Chennai

Naipaul painted his books with words, rendering them unbelievably graphic, affording astonishing clarity. His simple and everyday words acquired unheard eloquence, unseen shades and...

Your privacy is no longer private – Thasni Salim

  The world was seriously discussing about the data leakage from facebook recently. Do such a data can make changes in a society?  Quoting...

In a zone without the smartphone – Pranjal, Kolkata

How often do we get out of our pretentious worlds to all intents and purposes enjoy what we pretend to be enjoying? Scarcely ever. “Have...

Arresting Azadi Kooch Leaders reminds the Emergency Period – Praveen Pilassery

Arrest of Jignesh Mevani, Kanhaiya Kumar and Reshma Patel reminds us the emergency period from 1975 to 1977. The three were arrested on 12th...

Mr. Broomstick Nostalgia – Sneha Rout

A non-human aptitude check on Indian governance- retrospective analogies drawn in to savour a healthy political jest….. Thinking of humanity, I am one of many...

An Encounter of a Special Kind – Befriending a town – Chandra Mohan Bhandari, Gujarath

The Mission Like humans, a city or town has its specific identity, its own ‘personality’. For a long time I have pondered over the idea...

Indian Novel in English: Last three decades – Ramlal Agarwal, Maharashtra

Writing about Indian writing in English. Salman Rushdie in his preface to Vintage Indian writing in English 1947-1997 says, “the prose writing – both fiction...

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“Lokame Tharavaadu celebrates diversity; at a time when the secular aspects of India are being questioned,” ̶ Artist and Curator Bose Krishnamachary

The Editorial Team of Indian Ruminations had a discussion with Artist and Curator Bose Krishnamachary of Kochi Biennale Foundation...
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“Elected Autocracy can lead to Fascist Dictatorship; that is the Lesson We Draw from History” CPI General Secretary, D. Raja on Modi Government

D Raja, the General Secretary of the Communist Party of India (CPI) spoke to Sreerag PS- the Associate Editor...

The Grind

(Third Floor)A nonchalant company label,Atop the elevator panel reads“Committed to people flow.” I descend, to a lower level.Shoulders stoop, the...

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