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Deepika, Madhuri, Alia, Vidya, Shefali – Women-centric films explode!

Will the recent whammos unleashed from these female big-hitters trigger more of the same? Monojit Lahiri attempts a checkout.&...

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RISHI KAPOOR: THE MEMORABLE SECOND COMING

As the last film starring the beloved star, Sharmaji Namkeen, gears up for release, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri looks at ...

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How civilized is the civilized world?

Vinta Nanda insists that we, the so-called civilized people, talk about poverty, violence and exclusion.

Womanpower in khaki

Film historian Dhruv Somani, tracks down the heroines who have portrayed top cops, a domain usually reserved for heroes.

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Hershey’s $500 Million Story of Sustainable Kisses

Scientists found that the UK chocolate industry produces about 2.1 million tonnes of greenhouse gases in a year...

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From Delicate to Daring: Actresses Who have fought the Good Fight

Gone are the days when women in Bollywood were portrayed as diffident and reserved. Over the years, the role of...

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265 Million Children are working around the World this Universal Children's Week 2017

The International Labour Organisation states in its latest World Report on Child Labour (2013) that there are around 265 million working children in the world which is almo...

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Plagued By Decades Of Child Trafficking, India Activists Call For Crackdown

MUMBAI // Activists are clamouring for the rapid introduction of a new law to crack down on child trafficking in India, a problem that has plagued the country for decades. ...

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Dia Mirza Turns Artist Ambassador For Save The Children

With this association, Dia will help raise awareness about malnutrition, quality education, gender equality and child trafficking. She has also made an appeal in a video me...

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Tired Hands, Weary Feet

‘Slavery is legally banned. But millions of India’s children live and work in slave labour conditions — bonded labour,...

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