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My first contribution to Confluence was a review of Katherine Boo’s remarkable book, “Behind the Beautiful Forevers” in the October 2012 issue. Her painstaking study of the Annawadi slum in Bombay is a devastating exposition of the part played by…Continue Reading
Film-Book Review A peep into the cultural heritage of Indo-British film saga By Subhash Chopra The pre-1947 Indo-British interaction generally was, to say the least, highly uneven, much more so in the sphere of filmography. Quite unsurprisingly, before independence, the…Continue Reading
In terms of human capital South Africa has an enviable abundance of wealth that she is not fully aware of. As the world came together to bid farewell to Navi Pillay the outgoing United nations High Commissioner for Human Rights…Continue Reading
Dear Editor, Thank you for presenting, in your Confluence issue of November 14, two contrasting views by Lord Dholakia and Mr. Reginald Massey, about India under Mr. Modi. Lord Dholakia rightly wishes to encourage good relationships between Britain and India.…Continue Reading
In the November issue of Confluence………. “Indian” meaning what…exactly? by Jameela Siddiqi MUMBAI EXPRESSIONS by Anju Makhija To Catch a Poem – Review by Malathy Sitaram Understanding Sheikh Mohammad Abdullah by Nyla Khan In Conversation with Cyril Perira by Rashmi…Continue Reading
Dr. Jagdish Sharma, Chairman Confluence Foundation I first met Joe at an Indian Independence Day celebration at the Indian High Commissioner’s residence in Kensington Gardens many years ago. He was distributingcopies of the first-ever issue of Confluence magazine. After the…Continue Reading