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Daddy's Day Out

The saas-bahu domestic conflict is old hat now, Atul Satya Koushik comedy-drama, Dad’s Girlfriend, twists genders for sasur-damad tug-of-wa...

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Hidden Prejudices

After the uproar over the denial of restroom access to two African American men, on May 29, the coffee chain Starbucks announced that it will close more than 8,000 stores acro...

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Difficult Daughters

Neil Simon (along with Moliere) must be the most popular western playwright whose works are adapted (often plagiarized) on the Mumbai stage. There is something about so many ...

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Love Hurts And Love Heals

When Isabel Allende’s The House of the Spirits came in 1985, it became an international bestseller. The Chile-born, California-settled author&rs...

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The Evil Within

Atul Satya Koushik has written and directed two plays based on mythology before – Chakravyuh and Draupadi—and his strength is clearly in his wr...

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Life is Brutal

Lisa Genova’s Every Note Played is about courage, but also states a brutal fact—there is no nobility in suffering. Some diseases strike without warning, ...

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The Man With Two Faces

In today’s fractured world, a white-skinned Urdu-speaking man would either be a suspect or an asset.  Most of David Coleman Headley’s life was spent in t...

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That's What Friends Are For

It is one of those happy miracles in the publishing world. Gail Honeyman was discovered through a writing competition and before she knew it, the author, making her debut in h...

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Media Matters

These days the controversies around the media are about fake news, marketing gimmicks and overall dumbing down. But amidst all the noise, the issues about what constitutes new...

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When Love Dies

The title may sound mundane but Tayari Jones’s An American Marriage is a layered and moving piece of work. That it comes with Oprah Winfrey’s recommendat...

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Rohit Shetty to WWI's Student: “Have no fear and follow your heart.”

Whistling Woods International (WWI), Asia’s premier Film, Communication, and Creat...

January 22 2019

Exercise and activity can preserve brain cells and prevent Dementia

Researchers have found that people who move around more and are active have shaper brain...

January 22 2019

National Museum of Indian Cinema inaugurated in Mumbai

In the recent days, Bollywood celebrities were flying on and off for a meeting with the ...

January 22 2019