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Novelist Upamanyu Chatterjee is the master of Indian cool. In his latest, Fairy Tales at Fifty, he pushes his limits in a bleak tale of modern Indian anguish. The writer in conversation with Open magazine


11 Dec 2014 | BY Rajni George

The outrage Rajnath Singh’s statement on English has evoked shows our genius at turning slavery into a virtue


25 Jul 2013 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai

With Thomas Pink entering the Indian market, English shirts have made a comeback in fashion talk


31 Jan 2013 | BY Aanchal Bansal

At Markazul Ma’arif, madrassa students are taught English with the aid of books by authors like Ted Hughes and Khushwant Singh


9 Dec 2012 | BY Aastha Atray Banan

It’s great to have Sridevi back on screen after such a long gap


14 Oct 2012 | BY Ajit Duara

A novel written in English can never really become a ‘Great Indian Novel’. Not even one by His Salmanness


10 Mar 2011 | BY Arunava Sinha

English grammar books in hand, young Afghans are in India to prepare their next generation for the linguistic challenge that comes with fighting a global war on terror.


27 May 2010 | BY Pallavi Polanki

Can the enshrinement of English as a goddess help Dalits overcome their hardships? Good question.


6 May 2010 | BY S Anand

The French have declared war on the corrupting influence of Anglicisms and English.


15 Apr 2010 | BY Kabeer Sharma

Kapil Dev, without any struggle, has got complete independence from the rules of the English language


13 Aug 2009 | BY Madhavankutty Pillai
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