Tag: swetha regunathan
Sweltering heat and blazing fires in Russia have contributed to devastating mudslides in Pakistan and China. Guernica counts down its top five reports of natural disasters.
Set in 1930-40s India, there are no frills or golden endings in this understated, moving film—only the promises we all wish we could keep.
From Laos to America: a family’s story of war, separation, tragedy, and reunion.
To watch Contempt now (whether for the first time or the tenth time) in the fallout of savage capitalism is to reconsider its beautifully drawn dilemma: how can art survive the onslaught of industry?
Edited by Jeffrey Eugenides, My Mistress’s Sparrow is Dead is a quiet, yet powerful collection of great love stories, from Chekhov to Munro. These are stories which search for and lose love.
Nothing comes easy in O’Neill’s complex novel—neither dreams nor lengthy jaunts through a New York populated by “others.”
What if the September 11th attacks had coincided with the ravage of Hurricane Katrina? In India during November’s monsoon and the Mumbai attacks, our writer weighs the connections between weather and terrorism.