Dunkirk is not a bad movie, but…

Dunkirk is not a bad movie. I must begin with this lest I be ostracized online by vehement fans of Christopher Nolan who religiously spent their time ranking his movies and then arguing about said rankings. I myself am one of them and yet I made the mistake of going to see Nolan’s new directorial gift […]

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The Unspoken Dangers of Being Good

I was made aware at a very young age of the dangers that befell young children who ventured past their neighborhood. There were stories of monsters that dragged children by their heels to lands where they are forever tortured. They come in hordes, my grandmother used to say, clad in saffron, pretending to be monks, […]

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Weatherman

There is a certain subtlety to the wind, the way in which it seems to evade everything, and if when hindered, how it bends and forks to resume a path to nowhere. Such innocence often bequests questions, but none for the quiet wind. There is not an inquisition into its past, on what it had […]

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When the Wimpy Kid Man Was in Town

  New Delhi, 6 December, 2016 – Penguin Random House India hosted the tenth edition of its iconic publishing brand event, The Penguin Annual Lecture, with Jeff Kinney delivering the lecture. Jeff Kinney is New York Times bestselling author and a six-time Nickelodeon Kids’ Choice Award winner for Favorite Book. He is the author of […]

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