Powerful People

Who wants to be a Millionaire? – Vinod Pande

We think we know them well. However, when you venture out to ask them questions you thought you had all the answers for, like I did, you discover depths that are yet unvisited...

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Those Magnificent Women and their Flying Machines

The more you want to know Mini Vaid the more there is to her that remains unknown. An author, filmmaker, journalist and television reporter, Mini has worn many hats and at e...

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Of human bondage: National award-winning photo-journalist’s S.L. Shanth Kumar’s believe-it-or-not real-life story

He snagged this year’s National Award for the Best Professional Photographer on the theme of Women-led Development. Right now, he’s in the midst of acquiring a vis...

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A pioneer, a frontierswoman at heart: Presenting Anupama Mandloi

One of the most significant outcomes of my having started The Daily Eye, which is an online publication specifically targeted to content creators, about five years ago is, tha...

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A CUT above the rest…

My friendship with her is deep. She's a feminist and the most expressive among most whom I know. She's probably the only writer I've read who lures you by her storytelling a...

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Who is Teesta Setalvad?

She’s simple, strong and she talks straight. She’s also one of the very few among us, who remains committed to fighting for the survival of India’s democracy...

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Well-behaved women rarely make history

Mona Ambegaonkar is an Indian film and television actress. She has featured in over 15 plays, 18 feature films, 38 TV projects and 37 advertising campaigns. She...

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Such a curious Journey: Raj More, from mimicry shows to National Award-winning Artist

His artworks are tongue-in-cheek comments – on subjects ranging from demonetisation and political unrest to the vice-like grip of Bollywood cinema on the youth today. C...

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A Tribute to Kalpana Lajmi

"A woman filmmaker is a hustler who is constantly trying to sell herself." – Kalpana Lajmi    (A maker with a vision of her own, Kalpana Lajmi passed awa...

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Shades of Saffron in Good Faith

Saba Naqvi, an accomplished and admired journalist in India, has always fascinated me. I’ve been watching her on prime-time television debates for sometime now and have ...

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Conversations with Aditiya Singh’s Canvas’

“I don’t paint music, I paint noise, I don’t paint for aesthetic appea...

October 7 2019

Who wants to be a Millionaire? – Vinod Pande

We think we know them well. However, when you venture out to ask them questions you thou...

October 7 2019

Suspense Is The Key

Alfred Hitchcock made Frederick Knott’s stage play Dial M For Murder immortal by m...

October 4 2019