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    Garga Chatterjee

    Dr. Garga Chatterjee is a Kolkata-based commentator on South Asian and Indian politics and culture. He received his PhD from Harvard and is a faculty at the Indian Statistical Institute.

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  • Leave the flag, take the wicket

    Leave the flag, take the wicket1

    Cricket in its ‘national’ avatar has become an avenue for war by other means — an opportunity to display jingoism, sexual objectification of women, of doing ‘lena’ and ‘dena’ between nation-states It starts off pretty innocuously, and happens most often during cricket tournaments. Certain citizens of the Indian Union start talking about the possibility of

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  • The Politics of Remembering the Icons of Anti-Colonial Struggle

    The Politics of Remembering the Icons of Anti-Colonial Struggle0

    If you live within the territorial limits of the Union of India, it is very likely that you were unaware of two important red-letter days in late March. You are not alone. Bhagat Singh was executed on March 23, 1931 and Shurjo Sen was born on March 22, 1894. Governments that utilise half a chance

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