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Irom Will
Rini Barman

After nearly 14 years, a sessions court in Manipur finally agrees that Irom Sarmila Chanu isn't trying to kill herself, that her indefinite hunger strike against the draconian Armed Forces Special Powers Act is a legitimate form of peaceful protest. The Iron Lady may be free, but her struggle is far from over, says Rini Barman.

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The must-read book on a Finnish island

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Being naturally curious, even self-indulgent, about the reincarnation of things, I have often spent national holidays speculating about the ...

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Dolly Ahluwalia

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Acting might have added yet another National Award to her kitty (for assaying the role of Ayushmann ...

"The artist belongs to his work, not the work to the artist. "

Novalis

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Atul Dev

The AAP's dharna against the Delhi Police officers was termed unconstitutional by many. What is your view regarding this? A. Anyone going on a dharna...

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Angus and Julia Stone
Angus and Julia Stone
EMI

If your first introduction to this band (and Julia's rasping-haunting vocals) was Big Jet ...

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Dandaniya Apraadh
Hoirong
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It's that time of the year again. As Independence Day draws closer, India's flag-waving, c...

Marcel Duchamp speaks about his work

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