The film critical of Indira Gandhi's regime was banned during the Emergency, but what's the purpose of continued censorship now?
Amit Shankar Saha has quietly carved a niche for himself in the overactive world of Indian poetry in English
The stunning narrative and music of Haqeeqat tried to spin India's defeat in the 1962 China war as a tale of sacrifice
The internationalist outlook of the Dalit Panthers has been described as fitting 'into the global mosaic of anger, protest, demonstrations, violence, and youthful revolutionary upsurge'
Globe Theatre in London could bring down the curtain if the UK government did not inject $7 million to make up for the losses it has suffered because of the coronavirus
I found refuge in the poetry of Tomas Tranströmer, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 2011
A project named Mother Tongue Twisters run by poet Mohini Gupta aims to create contemporary poetry for children in Indian languages
The Plague serves as a parable of the German occupation of Paris during World War II
Katyal, as his many fans would already know, also creates a queer map for Delhi
As uneasy calm settles on Delhi, there is little hope for sprouting love like between Mr and Mrs Iyer
Apple does not allow bad characters in films to use its iPhone
Mohanty's book brings us to darkness and end, but gently
At Shaheen Bagh - or similar protests across the country, such as at Park Circus in Kolkata - women have emerged as the face of the protests
The act of love, writes Polish theatre director Jerzy Grotowski in Towards a Poor Theatre, involves making oneself vulnerable; so does the act of theatre - or in fact any art, including poetry
n recent times, it has also become very fashionable to call people "anti-national" if they are critical of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led central government or its policies