• A still from the movie, Gone With The Wind, 1939.
    Dec 16, 2018 18:42 IST
    Eight decades after it first released, its legacy is more than just as a film that brought to life a much-beloved book. Helmed by three directors, scripted and revised by many writers, and having taken two years to cast the two leads, the almost four hour long film is what would now be known as a......read more
  • In the past few decades, both India and its voters have undergone profound changes.
    Dec 16, 2018 18:41 IST
    Which way the Indian voter will swing and what would drive their choices? In recent years, the Indian voter has flummoxed pollsters, journalists, and even the most seasoned political observers. Gone are simple tropes and stereotypes about voters who only care about their ascriptive identities (read......read more
    Neelanjan Sircar and Rahul Verma
  • In a culture where sexual assault is equated with loss of honour, rape tends to be shrouded in silence. Those who are raped, regardless of whether you call them victims or survivors, are put into a Shamed Victim box
    Dec 16, 2018 18:40 IST
    Sohaila’s just published book, What we Talk About When we Talk About Rape seeks to break that wall of shame. It sets out to break the silence...read more