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Is Indian Literature in English Facing Extinction?

Posted by on Jul 16, 2013 in Art, Books, Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 0 comments

You can understand by now from our previous post that we are worried and concerned. Is English literature in India facing extinction? And...

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In Chetan Bhagat’s Defense

Posted by on Jul 15, 2013 in Editor's Desk, Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 5 comments

Imagine a world before Ekta Kapoor made her television debut or before Rakhi Sawant’s (and the likes of her that followed) pelvic thrusts...

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Open Letter to the Students

Posted by on May 28, 2013 in Featured, Journal, Opinions/Critiques, Rage Writing, Random Thoughts, Your Arena | 0 comments

Dear Students, How are your admission into your favorite graduate programs going? Are you happy with your results? Have you scored enough?...

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An Urge to be Faithless

Posted by on May 24, 2013 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Philosophy, Your Arena | 1 comment

Many intellectuals claim that religion has played a significant role in the making of humanity. Not only the primitive men but we too as a...

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Women’s Condition in the Dark Age of Indian 21st Century

Posted by on Feb 27, 2013 in Editor's Desk, Featured, Opinions/Critiques | 2 comments

India maybe was/is a golden bird but only in the books, which were inked mostly by fabled words. Let’s open the doors of reality. Well,...

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Reservation: Two Sides Of The Same Coin

Posted by on Feb 14, 2013 in Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 0 comments

Edited by: Arpita B & Shrutika Mathur Reservation, the word, is nowadays mainly limited to reservations in educational institutions...

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Jaipur literary festival- 2013, Packed with Controversies, Not Audience

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 0 comments

Jaipur Literary Fest has become the hotbed of controversies. Over the years, this festival has gained both positive and negative spots in...

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India’s Ban on Surrogacy for Gay Parents

Posted by on Feb 13, 2013 in Causes, Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Social Justice | 2 comments

India’s latest ban on surrogacy for gay parents has come as a shock to the LGBT community as well as the people involved in the process....

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Hindutva or Development: Why Can’t We Choose Both?

Posted by on Feb 7, 2013 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques | 1 comment

Anyone who keenly or incidentally follows Indian Politics and particularly BJP’s role in it would have been amused to see the events that...

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What’s In A Name?

Posted by on Feb 1, 2013 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques | 4 comments

Editor’s Note: Citizens should analyze well before going ahead and forming an opinion on the basis of biased versions from all sections,...

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Being a Delhi Girl

Posted by on Dec 24, 2012 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques | 0 comments

I returned home five days ago. I was away for almost three months, living out of a suitcase. I struggled for existence but homesickness...

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The Quest for Morality & Choice

Posted by on Jul 23, 2012 in Featured, Opinions/Critiques, Philosophy, Your Arena | 0 comments

We are taught to become sophisticated well-bred individuals ready to take up all the challenges world has in store. We choose to become...

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Where’s The Faith Gone???

Posted by on Jul 1, 2012 in Opinions/Critiques | 0 comments

The best and the worst things anyone can do to you are ridiculing you. But after a point if you have faith, it doesn’t matter at all....

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Atheism- Through The Eyes Of One Who Has Been In The Club For A While Now….

Posted by on Jun 30, 2012 in Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 0 comments

Written by Swayamsrestha Kar I am an atheist and have been so since I was old enough to think for myself and question whatever was told to...

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Should Women Give Too Much Thought To What They Wear?

Posted by on Jun 15, 2012 in Causes, Gender, Opinions/Critiques, Your Arena | 0 comments

Women have long been saddled with expectations of a patriarchal society that subtly demands them to look swoon-worthy at any given time of...

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