Powerful People

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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Dr Lakshmi Lingam: A Person with long years of Experience in Public Policy Advocacy Work in Women’s Movements in India

“The mobile phone is a revolutionary artefact of our times: it represents a great potential for reshaping social relations and enhancing personal growth,” says Dr ...

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Meet Barnali Ray Shukla; A Writer, Director and Poet

Barnali Ray Shukla dons many hats – that of a writer-director, a documentary filmmaker and a poet. She has worked in movies like Satya (1998) as assistant...

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Bhamla Foundation: Working for a Greater Cause

The World Environment Day is the UN's most important day for encouraging worldwide awareness and action for the protection of our environment. From the time it began in 1974, ...

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Menstrual Hygiene Day 2018: #NoMoreLimits

Today, 28 May, as the world observes the Menstrual Hygiene Day (MH Day), Sukanya Sudarson brings to you an e-interview of Nirmala Nair, the India Team Lead of the Berlin based...

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Being Muslim and Gay: Meet Arshad Khan, Director of 'Abu'

The 9th edition of KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival will be held from 23-25 May in Mumbai at Liberty Cinema and Metro Inox. The festival will play 140 fil...

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Climate change could make insurance unaffordable for ordinary people

Insurance workers started to warn that climate change could make insurance unaffordable ...

March 25 2019

Indian gay film Evening Shadows’ journey unstoppable

Evening Shadows, the multiple award-winning Indian feature film about a son coming out t...

March 22 2019

Water for all – Leaving no one behind!

The World Water Day is celebrated every year on 22nd March focusing on the importance of...

March 22 2019