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Being Boris

Can Boris Johnson play Churchill in the divided kingdom?

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Capitalism and the Fall of Man

Two plays and one big message from London

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Churchill and Brexit Ghosts

A letter from London: Boris Johnson is the nearest Churchill Britain can get today

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S Prasannarajan

S Prasannarajan is the Editor of Open magazine

The Fear of Change
Columns
The Fear of Change

Rattled by Modi, we make too much noise about our lost little worlds

Rushdie’s Quest
Books
Rushdie’s Quest

Cervantes gets a worthy successor

Dream Girl Movie Review
Cinema
Dream Girl Movie Review

If you like your comedy drier, subtler and more cerebral, this is the wrong movie for you

'It Chapter Two’
Cinema
‘It Chapter Two’ Movie Review

Though technically good and with excellent special effects, the movie lets itself down by gross hyperbole

Chhichhore Movie Review
Cinema
Chhichhore Movie Review

There are amusing parts in the movie, but as a whole, it doesn’t add up to much

The Origins
Cover Story
The Origins

The debate on Aryan migration has long divided Indian academics into opposing camps. Two recent genetic studies appear to have solved the mystery of where we come from by offering fresh insight into who the people of the Indus Valley Civilisation really were

Shanta Gokhale: Body of Truth
Books
Shanta Gokhale: Body of Truth

Writer and translator Shanta Gokhale reflects on what it means to be a woman in India

Business
The Other Side of the Coin

As India’s rare-coin market takes off, counterfeiters too are having a field day

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