Features

Mass Media / Mass Effect

There is a scene in Inside Out where Joy and Sadness, Riley’s emotions along with Bing Bong, her imaginary friend are riding literally in her train of thought when th...

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BEHIND, THE NEWS BREAKS

When going beyond kitchen melodrama and family politics, television content providers need to research the setting for their shows with a fine tooth comb. When Lifeline was...

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Technology, The New Value Add-On

Just as channels and producers are exploring new content, so too television screens are taking on a new look most of the time. What leaps out of the screen is a barrage of ...

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Tech Trek: Themes of Technological Influence in Cinema

Like the ever-present air, we live and breathe technology. Despite our excessive dependence on the array of media at our disposal, we take our options for granted. Neverthe...

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Technology, The New Value Add-On

Just as channels and producers are exploring new content, so too television screens are taking on a new look most of the time. What leaps out of the screen is a barrage of ...

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The Right To Life

Watching a few clips of Blue Natalie, an Israeli Television series left me disturbed with the emotionally rough scenes of women being herded on to a yatch and then shoved d...

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Top 5 Films with Human Rights Commentary

Human rights are inviolable. The Indian Constitution has held sacred the rights of the people when it comes to Right to Equality, Protection and so on. International bodies...

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Out With The Old…?

Our society has been in a constant flux for change. There is a greater adaptation afoot in a nation like India because of its many contradictions, complexities and voices. ...

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Diverse, not different

We live in a world spanning myriad landscapes that host a multitude of cultures within their boundaries. It is these borders that define and divide us. And it is often in t...

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How Data Can Improve the Impact of Stories

‘Our ancestors created their myths and told their stories for a human purpose. Any good story, any good novel, should have a message’, wrote Chinua Achebe, the ...

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This Universal Children’s Week, 265 million Children around the World are Working

The International Labour Organisation states in its latest World Report on Child Labo...

November 22 2017

The Breadwinner': Best Animated Feature of 2017

From executive producer, Angelina Jolie and the creators of the Academy Award-nominat...

November 21 2017

The Effects of Virtual Reality on Children

I am standing in the Arkham Asylum. Immersed in the Dark Knight’s universe as I...

November 21 2017