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Raj Kapoor and Nargis in ‘Awara’, (1951). Courtesy Osian's Centre for Archiving, Documentation, & Research. Reproduced from The Bollywood Cookbook, published by Mapin Publishing.

The Bachchan phenomenon

Arindam Sen reviews Resistible Rise: A Fascism Reader — Marxist critique of Fascism
Amit Sengupta on the creative rebellions in Latin America —A review of Dispatches from Latin America: Experiments against Neo-Liberalism
Parshotam Mehra calculates the human cost of the Stalin and Mao regimes in his review of John Lewis Gaddis' Cold War

Anita Rau Badami's Can you Hear the Nightbird Call? and Azhar Abidi's Passarola Rising
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