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TIGHTROPE WALK FOR JOURNALISTS IN THE MAINSTREAM

Here, taking off from a few discussions at the Orange City Literature Festival she attended, Vinta Nanda looks at ‘ethic...

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TORN BETWEEN TWO IDEOLOGIES – RAM RAJYA AND RAVAN RAJ

An excerpt from the book Mandodari, by Koral Dasgupta, released at Kitab Khana Mumbai with a conversation between the author and Avantika Bahug...

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THE NEW INDIA FOUNDATION ANNOUNCES AWARDEES FELLOWSHIPS

The New India Foundation announced the seven recipients of the coveted NIF Book Fellowships, reports The Daily Eye #Network Read More

FOCUSED AGENDA: CRONYISM AND HINDUTVA

Satyabrata Ghosh surmises the 9-year-old government from the point of view of the citizens yet to experience the fruits of the...

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TOLLYWOOD’S GIFTED ACTORS

Bengali cinema and filmmakers, though revered worldwide, still do not draw much attention within India. It may have to do something with the ov...

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CHINTOO SINGH WASIR: CENTERSTAGE AS SUFI SINGER & MUSICIAN

In the world of contemporary Indian music Chintoo Singh Wasir has emerged from being behind the instruments to centerstage with his Sufi music,...

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Two-in-one

Film historian Dhruv Somani tracks the double-pronged career of Feroz Khan, as an actor and director of tremendous s...

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Courtesan Queen

As Rekha brings in her 68th birthday, film historian Dhruv Somani recollects her famous roles as the courtesan who danced her ...

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The Soap Opera

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, tracks the Bollywood stars who have endorsed the iconic Lux toilet soap over the decad...

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PAST IS MY MASTER AND EVENING MY DAWN: VINAY SHUKLA

His film-work has been artistically selective and also across-genres, fairly mainstream, writes Aparajita Krishna.

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