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Signs of the times: Colour of black is dark

Humra Quraishi comments on the hypocrisy of policy making in Kashmir, the communal colour being given to traditional education in madarsas and Nida Fazli’s verse holding...

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Good cricket but the joie de vivre is missing

Yuzvendra Chahal’s fiancee Dhanashree Verma cheering at RCB games has been amongst the most uplifting moments of the Dubai IPL, writes Dr Sandeep Goyal Collaboration be...

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Scaling 200+ & the Sixer

This piece by Dr Sandeep Goyal, in which he evaluates sixers, 200+ scores and their significance to broadcasters, marketers and advertisers is in collaboration with Free Press...

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Signs of the times: Congratulations Ammi!

Humra Quraishi writes, “In the backdrop of the upcoming Mahatma Gandhi Jayanti, I have been wondering how Gandhi would’ve reacted to the Babri Masjid.” She a...

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Jane Swamy – Tributes to the media professional

The Daily Eye Newsdesk spoke to Monarose Pareira, Ramesh Tekwani, Jehangir Patel and Fr. L Yesumarian sj to remember Jane Swamy and recall the great woman and teacher that she...

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Evening Shadows nominated in Best Gender Sensitive Script

Two LGBTQ films among five nominated in the first ever recognition of gender sensitivity in Indian feature film writing Recently the Screenwriters Association (SWA), the Indi...

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In Good Company

Here are a few famous people Vinta Nanda has sourced and found that they rolled a joint and smoked in a high once in a while. Alexander Dumas words: “When you return to...

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Some dope on pot: It’s Hazy

Vinta Nanda collates information from available materials on the web for us to find out what Bhang, Charas and Ganja mean to Indians at large. This article is pieced together...

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Life’s a beach!

A photo-feature by Megh Bhavsar on the hidden beaches of Mumbai. Text: Khalid Mohamed It’s one of those inspirational quotes, ascribed to an unknown writer, “Tim...

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Those Placid Waters

Humra  Quraishi tells another heartbreaking shortstory, set in Kashmir, where the blur between who is the enemy and who is not, has obscured the truth.   Shifting o...

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ART & SOUL OF MUMBAI

BMC in association with Kala Ghoda Arts Festival invites filmmakers and musicians to par...

July 6 2022

A Book Definitely For Keeps

Monojit Lahiri’s take on Dadamoni: The life and times of Ashok Kumar by Nabendu Gh...

July 5 2022

NOW WWI COLLABORATES WITH CU DENVER’ COLLEGE OF ARTS AND MEDIA

Students of Whistling Woods International (WWI) are set to receive increased internation...

July 4 2022