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Ankush Arora

Imaging Sri Lanka’s colonial past

Oct 06 2015

For a journalist, it’s hard not to think of Sri Lanka as an island country recovering from a decades-long conflict that ended in 2009. But, there is a country that far predates this bloodletting and warfare. It’s called Ceylon, Sri Lanka’s colonial "other".

Photographer Prabuddha Dasgupta’s homecoming

Sep 23 2015

“Prabuddha Dasgupta: A Journey”, the first comprehensive exhibition of his photography since his death, was unveiled last weekend in Delhi. The show features his commissioned projects and personal projects, with most pictures in black and white.

Music video celebrates Udham Singh for avenging Jallianwala Bagh killings

Jul 31 2015

NEW DELHI An Indian pop group has made a music video honouring Udham Singh, an independence activist who assassinated a British official in revenge for a 1919 massacre, at a time of renewed calls in India for reparations from Britain for excesses during colonial rule.

Music video celebrates Udham Singh for avenging Jallianwala Bagh killings

Jul 30 2015

NEW DELHI An Indian pop group has made a music video honouring a freedom fighter who assassinated a British official in revenge for a 1919 massacre, at a time of renewed calls in India for reparations from Britain for the excesses of colonial rule.

Indian music video celebrates fighter who avenged massacre by British

Jul 30 2015

NEW DELHI An Indian pop group has made a music video honoring a freedom fighter who assassinated a British official in revenge for a 1919 massacre, at a time of renewed calls in India for reparations from Britain for the excesses of colonial rule.

Indian music video celebrates fighter who avenged massacre by British

Jul 30 2015

NEW DELHI, July 30 An Indian pop group has made a music video honouring a freedom fighter who assassinated a British official in revenge for a 1919 massacre, at a time of renewed calls in India for reparations from Britain for the excesses of colonial rule.

Mahabharata retold, with a twist from writer Kiran Nagarkar

Mar 17 2015

A ‘bedtime story’ is supposed to lull a baby to sleep. But Indian writer Kiran Nagarkar’s play of the same name is anything but sleep-inducing. Almost four decades after he wrote “Bedtime Story”, the play has seen the light of day in print for the first time last month.

Photo Gallery: A festival for Delhi’s palates

Mar 16 2015

It’s rather unappetizing to see an ambitious food festival getting little attention, especially when it brings together over a dozen food tents offering Japanese, Chinese, Turkish, and northern and southern Indian foods. The Mini Palate festival lived up to its name, judging by the miniature turnout of food lovers, who were conspicuous by their absence during most of the first day.

Book Talk: Ten years on, India's Bhagat prepared to face critics

Nov 20 2014

NEW DELHI India's biggest-selling author in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary critics, but that doesn't faze Chetan Bhagat.

Book Talk: Ten years on, Chetan Bhagat prepared to face critics

Nov 20 2014

NEW DELHI India's biggest-selling author in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary critics, but that doesn't faze Chetan Bhagat.

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