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Preti Taneja comes up with a thought provoking adaptation of Shakespeare's King Lear set in contemporary India.

What is Delhi about if not land and money?

Delhi of a certain kind, of course. The kind that needs a golf cart to motor through their farmhouses; that swathes their women in diamonds and no dignity; that ensures their men are trust fund babies for the rest of their lives; that think little of the lives of others. Former

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