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Articles Published

Why a Poetry Festival’ – read here

Talking Poetry, Ginsberg and the Hungryalists: Samir Roychoudhury, a retrospective’ – Read here

A gender to what women write- Sensuality and the written word – Read Here

The ordinary artist, in an extraordinary frame- Walking with Ramkinkar Baij’ – Read Here

The Santhal Life by the Kopai – Read Here

A Tale By The Tungabhadra – Read Here

Is This Aung San Suu Kyi’s Moment And Can She Make It Count? – Read Here

Vidrohi – Read Here

The united colours of Imagined Communities – Read Here
Ordinary Lives, Extraordinary women – Read Here

Let There Be Poetic Noise – Read Here

In Search of a different Truth – Read Here

The River Sutra- Read Here

The Baul Tree- Read Here

In His Footsteps: Banaphool- Read Here

A Look at KAVYAMIMAMSA OF RAJASEKHARA (A TRANSLATION BY DR. SADHANA PARASHAR) And the Secular In Indian Poetry- Read Here

Dighir Pare- (By the River Side )- Read here

Rites Of Passage: Street Food and the Bihari Bhaiya- Read Here

‘In her feet, an entire universe’- Read Here

The Man on the Road: Exploring the Unexplored- read here

Uttam Kumar – Suchitra Sen: Enduring Magic of the Iconic Romantic Pair- read here

Suchitra Sen (1931 – 2014): Forever young- read here

Tune in to Priyanka @ 90.4- read here

The co-existence of parallel cinema with popular cinema in Bengal in the 50s and 60s- read here

Indira Gandhi: Tryst With Power- read here

Nirbhaya – A discussion with Poorna Jagannathan- read here

100 Years of Indian Cinema – Dance of the Wind- read here

“Amazing Women” – Mother Teresa of Bangalore- read here

The murder of the Feminine- read here

HURRIEDLY BREWED: THE TASTE OF A CITY- read here

Talk Sikkim Feb 2013- read here

Where are the good ol’ vultures?- read here