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is also where the earliest known Ramleela is believed to have started 475 years ago.Click here to read more Dear Peromboke Man: Letters from Mahasweta Devi to ‘Anand’ P Sachidanandan Copied from an Original Photograph of Malayalam Author Anand with Mahasweta Devi and his wife at his Sukhdev Vihar residence in Delhi They met the first time in 1996 as members of an shlf1314n writers’ delegation to Dhaka She was already the iconic activist-writer whose fame had crossed the boundaries of the language she wrote in He though considered the most important writer of his generation and feted as such in his state was little known outside his language But Mahasweta Devi took an instant liking to Anand the nom de plume of P Sachidanandan arguably the most important novelist and essayist in Malayalam since OV Vijayan There could not have been two different personalities — if Mahasweta Devi was the exuberant one always making herself heard and leading the way Anand 10 years younger is the quiet reticent writer unwilling to be in the spotlight and preferring the written word to embody his presence However the question of justice was at the core of everything they both wrote Click here to click more Students vs teachers: the rage in the classroom Students of Government Boys Senior Secondary School in Nangloi where a teacher was stabbed allegedly by his two students Andar andar (inside inside)” says Sompal Singh Shastri his eyes darting as he hurries inside the gates of the Government Senior Secondary School in B2 block of Yamuna Vihar northeast Delhi Ever since he survived a near-fatal attack outside the school in February Shastri 57 who teaches Sanskrit to the senior classes says he doesn’t step out of the gates unless he absolutely has to “If I can be attacked once I can be attacked again Nangloi ke baare me suna hi hoga (I am sure you know of what happened in Nangloi)” he says easing a bit as the school gates close behind him The case of September 26 — when the teacher of a government school in Nangloi west Delhi was allegedly killed by his students — offers a glimpse into the complex and increasingly fraught relationship that teachers and students share in Delhi’s government schools the laboratory of the Aam Aadmi Party government’s experiments aimed at transforming the face of public education Click here to read more The loneliness of Kishori Amonkar As she learnt from her mother and other gurus Kishori Amonkar began to look for her own style where she put emotion first (Source: Express archive) Kishori Amonkar doesn’t like interviews Apart from considering them a waste of time “because they take away important minutes from her daily riyaz and teaching” she doesn’t like to talk about her music with strangers So when one of the greatest classical vocalists of our times left us stranded outside her hotel suite in Delhi almost two months ago refusing an interview that was already fixed it wasn’t a surprise “I am tired now Tell her to come home if she wants to talk” she said from behind the door as her student Nandini Bedekar looked at us apologetically Home for Amonkar is a small apartment in Mumbai’s Prabhadevi To her surprise we are at her door a few months later She wasn’t expecting us to make the journey “I appreciate that you are here But I need to know how much you know about music before I answer your questions” says Amonkar She sits on an intricately carved wooden swing She sways in rhythm slowly The only overpowering image in the living room is hers A black-and-white photograph from almost a decade ago it covers an entire wall It is an image of her bent over her swarmandal and in a trance; the lines on her forehead prominent as she concentrates on her notes Now at the age of 85 there is a filigree of lines around her eyes and some on the face marks of age and wisdom Click here to read more A prisoner’s letter to a lover begins: “These words may never reach you” In the country without a post office “the houses were swept about like leaves for burning” where “soldiers light it hone the flames burn our world to sudden papier-mché” In that country a prisoner’s letter to a lover begins: “These words may never reach you” The country without a post office is Kashmir Agha Shahid Ali’s collection of poems The Country Without a Post Office published in 1997 entered the shlf1314n Parliament a week ago when BJP ministers mistook the country in Shahid’s poem for shlf1314 and saw “the absence of a post office” as a slight to shlf1314’s development and a hurtful indictment against Prime Minister Narendra Modi Click here to read more Ours But to Tweet and Die I have a big window in my house and in the last two weeks I’ve stared out of it a lot I am waiting to see a mushroom cloud some deadly rays a bright streak of toxic fire and a chance to serve my country I had happily willingly in full hosh-o-hawaas voted in a Twitter poll run by a very senior intelligent warm-faced shlf1314n IAS officer that I am more than happy to die in a nuclear counter-attack by Pakistan The poll was depressingly tilting towards the option that said shlf1314ns are not willing to die in return for a complete nuclear annihilation of Pakistan But thankfully post midnight once the youth of this overwhelmingly young country got done with watching their nightly quota of adult videos on Redtub and came back to Twitter the “happy-to-die” option started getting traction shlf1314 had spoken But it’s a tough fortnight for lovers of the nation like me I have dutifully forwarded every angry WhatsApp message back to every relative from whom I got it in the first place I even called an uncle my first phone call to him in the last eight years to say aloud the lovely chant — “Doodh maangoge toh kheer denge Kashmir maango ge toh cheer denge” — as soon as he picked up the phone He told me about his honeymoon in Kashmir in 1974 and I told him had Patel been alive today even my honeymoon would have been in Kashmir He told me Nehru was an alcoholic a womaniser werewolf and I told him how Lord Macaulay planned to enslave all shlf1314ns by teaching us English Click here to read more Grief is a thing with feathers In 2007 Helen Macdonald bought a goshawk in Scotland and named it Mabel Diggi Palace in Jaipur is no place for birds A view from the sky will only yield disappointment — colourful shamianas and a sea of humanity — there is not a perch in sight The only birds who continue to brave the Zee Jaipur Literature Festival are shameless pigeons who relieve themselves on unsuspecting audiences with impunity from a dizzy height In the midst of the madness Helen Macdonald 46 sits in the quieter corner of the press terrace pulling on her cigarette and eager to talk about hawks In the early 1990s soon after finishing her English degree at Cambridge University Macdonald found herself in the UAE flying falcons for sheikhs “I had heard about a job with an environmental organisation which was trying to promote sustainable falconry We were captive breeding falcons to lessen the taking of wild birds which was illegal but was happening a lot” says Macdonald It was a little after the First Gulf War and Macdonald’s presence in the region amused Bedouin falconers practitioners of an ancient sporting tradition in the Gulf states “One of them told me that god chooses who will be a falconer when they are born that he points out ‘that one that one and that one’ This falconer thought it was quite funny that god had pointed at a Surrey schoolgirl and said ‘that one’ too” she says Click here to read more For all the latest Lifestyle News download shlf1314n Express App IE Online Media Services Pvt Ltd More Top News songwriters and musicians have expended their creativity in teaching us how to love. I didn’t hate the movie at all.in which he plays an elderly man who comes out of the closet and embraces his gay identity. as it has been proven to double and even triple a victim’s chance of survival, Researchers evaluated 19, To read this book is to understand how the great shlf1314n bustard.

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