Confluence August 2019 Issue
By LALIT MOHAN JOSHI Friends of Girish Karnad in London congregated recently at the Nehru Centre to celebrate his life in theatre and cinema. It was
By Reginald Massey The death of Dina Wadia on November 2 at the age of 98 closes an era so far as Pakistan is concerned.
By Devi Rajab Muhammad Ali and Jules Browde followed the same quest for justice in their different worlds THIS week South Africans witnessed the death
By Ayub Aulia Salim Al-Din Quraishi, was educated at the Government Degree College, Rawalpindi, and the University of the Punjab, Lahore. Quraishi was born in Ambala,
The dancer who forged strong cultural links By Adrian Hindle-Briscall Today Britain is a multicultural country. But many unsung heroes and heroines have been
By Agnes Thambynayagam Professor Vito Perniola, a priest of the Society of Jesus, a Historian and a Linguistic, passed away in Negombo, Sri Lanka on
By Reginald Massey On December 1 in New Delhi the great musician Ustad Sabri Khan passed away. During the 88 years of his life his