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Depiction of underworld's creatures devouring the damned in a miniature from Apocalypse of Cambrai, illuminated by the French School of the 13th century.(Corbis via Getty Images)

Review: This Could Have Become Ramayan Chamar’s Tale: Two Anti-Novels by Subimal Misra

Hindustan Times | By Percy Bharucha
PUBLISHED ON JUL 19, 2019 07:29 PM IST
This Could Have Become Ramayan Chamar’s Tale: Two Anti-Novels presents a collection of visions, diary entries, newspaper clippings, cinematic key frames and vignettes written by the anti-establishment activist Subimal Misra
Firms such as Facebook have sought to monetise content by allowing people to socialise with the dead online.(REUTERS FILE)
Firms such as Facebook have sought to monetise content by allowing people to socialise with the dead online.(REUTERS FILE)

What happens to your digital remains after you die?

Hindustan Times, London | By Prasun Sonwalkar, London
UPDATED ON APR 19, 2018 07:57 PM IST
Internet activity lives on long after a person dies and firms such as Facebook and experimental start-ups have sought to monetise this content by allowing people to socialise with the dead online. 
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