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The Directors This November

The Daily Eye Newsdesk lists three big releases on OTT awaited this month and also the three directors on top of the game

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Bansi Kaul: Rang Bansi!

He is the chronicler of the theatre of clowns, acrobats, painted faces and laughter, writes Aparajita Krishna

The Talented Taurean: Bhanu Athaiya

Bhanu Rajopdhye Athaiya was born on April 28, 1929 in Kolhapur. Humra Quraishi interviewed Athaiya around ...

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India News Hosts ‘Manch Punjab’ and ‘Punjab Gaurav Awards’ in Chandigarh

India News, known for its direct and unbiased brand of journali...

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Power Of The Printed Word

Poster, by Dr. Shankar Shesh, a social satire about the exploitation of tribals, remains relevant nearly forty years after it was written, and is a great favourite...

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Losing our Lakes

Lonar Lake in Maharashtra is rapidly shrinking in size, researchers have found. The lake, situated in the Buldhana district near Amravati in central India, has recorded a d...

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258 Grooms In Surat Will Cycle To Their Weddings To Raise Awareness About Traffic & Pollution

The Central Pollution Control Board’s data from 2002-2014 shows that all major cities in North and Central India, including Delhi and Surat, have recorded a rise in p...

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How A 105-Year-Old Ended Open Defecation In Her Village

On Tuesday, Dhamtari became the first district in the central Indian state of Chhattisgarh to be declared free from open defecation. And the credit for that is being given ...

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India's Tribes And Lower Castes Demand Legal Right To Shelter, Land

For as long as she can remember, Panchi Sahariya and those in her tribal community in central India have been threatened, harassed, beaten and even arrested for living on l...

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Krishnapatnam Port Conferred The “Golden Peacock Environment Management” Award

New Delhi, 13th July 2015: Krishnapatnam Port, recognized as one of India’s largest ports and ranked amongst wo...

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