Business and Politics

Nepotism: Advertising Industry better or Bollywood?

Sandeep Goyal gives you a view to the nepotism, which mocks at as much talent in the Advertising Industry of India as it does Bollywood.  The media has been raving ...

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Tragic Loss: Sushant Singh Rajput

Sushant Singh Rajput’s suicide by hanging, at age of 34, sent shockwaves through Bollywood on Sunday afternoon.  The police rushed to his apartment in Bandra. Init...

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Copy-right-Copy-wrong

Veena Bakshi reveals the flawed system by which our Indian entertainment universe operates; where copyrights holders may as well not be. Two films, both made by the same cele...

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Global Economy to Plunge into Worst Recession since World War II: World Bank

Per capita incomes are expected to decline by 3.6%, which will tip millions of people into extreme poverty this year, the World Bank says in its June 2020 Global Economic...

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Denial: In the Industry of Entertainment

Actor and Executive Committee (EC) member of CINTAA Ayub Khan highlights a challenge confronting the Hindi television industry since a long time. When daily soap operas were ...

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Brotherhood of man and woman

Amit Behl walks us through the huge impact that the COVID-19 crisis has had on the film and television industry and how the fraternity has rallied together to help daily wagew...

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Pragmatic Panchsheel

Alok Jagdhari walks you through why it is important to stay on the path India has followed for foreign policy, which is based upon the principles of Panchsheel, since independ...

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News Media: The End..

Geeta Datta, programmer and veteran reporter, views news broadcasting from what goes on inside newsrooms and explains why the media is losing its relevance now. ‘There ...

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Labour, Rights, Disaster and Capitalism

The global pandemic crisis gripping the world currently has claimed over a quarter of a million lives. It has decimated livelihoods and incomes across the world, write Alok Ja...

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Wake up & smell the Propaganda

Liquidity via monetary policy is like blood infusion into a patient admitted for a heart transplant in a near death situation. And fiscal stimulus is that heart that needs to ...

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Woh Sadhana thi

The cine-young living in the 60-year-old that I am, refuses to abandon my lingering fasc...

May 18 2021

After a Pause

Film historian Dhruv Somani, writes on Bollywood’s comeback syndrome, or why top s...

May 16 2021

Signs of the times: Time to talk truth to power

Humra Quraishi’s commentary demands answers and accountability for the sufferings ...

May 15 2021