under Suhit Kelkar

Writer Martin Jacques sounds a wake-up call for India: engage China or prepare to endure its hegemony


19 Aug 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

A father tormented by visions of his dead son, a boy battling dreams of azaadi and football, soldiers fighting their inner demons... Djinns of Eidgah is a deeply disturbing play on Kashmir


15 Jul 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Niranjan Hiranandani was leased land to build affordable housing. Instead, he made flats for the rich. Now the Bombay High Court has ordered him to keep his original word


7 May 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Vaishali Salavkar is a wife, mother, masseuse. And, oh, she recently won her sixth national blind chess title


23 Feb 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Kiran Nagarkar was watching movies to put off writing, but ended up writing a novel set in Bollywood


25 Jan 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Maria Benedict, almost 11, was one of the 50,000 odd Indians who died of snakebite last year, but it was not the venom alone that killed her


7 Jan 2012 | BY Suhit Kelkar

A stage adaptation of a poem that retells a Mahabharata myth in a modern context


2 Dec 2011 | BY Suhit Kelkar

Hindustani classical singer Shubha Mudgal and her husband Aneesh Pradhan conceptualise a theatrical production on the struggles of musicians down the ages


2 Sep 2011 | BY Suhit Kelkar

The sculptor of Maharashtra’s most popular Ganesh effigy wants to patent the look, but can divinity be turned into property?


18 Aug 2011 | BY Suhit Kelkar

The Egyptian Revolution through the eyes of a 22-year-old who suddenly found herself part of an uprising that toppled a 30-year-old dictatorship


2 Mar 2011 | BY Suhit Kelkar
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