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Postscript

Postscript
In the most perilous situations, those that are least protected by the state are the first to be compelled to make a choice between disease and starvation.
Despite being somewhat ignored in Indian academia, Henri Lefebvre comes to our rescue every time, helping us understand and respond to space–time challenges.
We need contemporary art and artists to engage with the idea of justice creatively, portraying the tragedy of our judiciary powerfully and compellingly.
Following anthropologist Iravati Karve’s grounding of the Mahabharata in realism, the author proposes a new origin myth for Karna, brother to the Pandavas.
Even those speeches that don’t intend to cause harm can lead to violence with the usage of “thick terms.”
While Hollywood has begun making some amends for the poor representation of marginalised communities, Indian cinema has a long way to go.
A climate scholar weaves a critique of environmental policy with a personal tragedy in light of the toxic levels of air pollution in Delhi.
Who decides whether one is disabled “enough” and how does it affect one’s sense of self?
A tribute to actor Soumitra Chatterjee who died of COVID-19 complications.

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