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The Pet Peeves of Expats

Pallavi Aiyar

They should marvel at what a place is rather than complain about what it is not

‘Grief takes many shapes In the novel,’ says Jokha Alharthi

Omani author Jokha Alharthi’s new book chronicles a young woman’s attempts to understand home and belonging. The author in conversation with Open

Desert Pains

Expatriate anguish in an imagined country in the Gulf

A Longing for Home

We are suffering from a collective affliction called nostalgia

The Woman on the Balcony

Home as rebellion and respite

Home Studio

With minimal budgets and ample creativity, filmmakers are creating series and shows while locked in

The Coming Storm

A dramatic shift in the way we work and consume

The Sun’s Flowers

In summer the whole effort in a garden is geared towards saving the plants

Fight to Remember

Home and alienation at the fringes of the Kochi-Muziris Biennale

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