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BOLLYWOOD: THE GIANT CALLED RAHUL RAWAIL

The box office failure of Dacait was perhaps the single biggest reason for Rahul Rawail to never be the same filmmaker again. He tried coming b...

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CLOSE TO THE GARDEN OF BROKEN SHADOWS

Humra Quraishi traces the events from 6th December 1992 to the recently concluded assembly elections, bring to fore...

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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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YOU LOVE CINEMA SO RANJAN DAS RECOMMENDS

From Highway Dragnet to a Michael Hanake film, an American Indie, Kasargold and Night Moves, check out what Ranjan Das recommends for you to see this weeke...

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CONFLICT MUST END: LET PEACE PREVAIL ON THE WORLD AND HUMANITY

Humra  Quraishi recalls conversations she’s had with academics, envoys  over the years about the Palestinian i...

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HOW CAN YOU CELEBRATE WHEN YOUR COUNTRY BURNS?

The video surfacing reveals the torture and humiliation that not just the two women faced but thousands in Manipur have while the government re...

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LOVE AND SURVIVAL IN THE WAR ZONE

Humra Quraishi observes the events over the last week and asks this question: Where’s the so-called development when ent...

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THE BURDERNED OF TRUTH ON SILENCE

I’m writing this column in the backdrop of the film, The Kerala Story. It is not just controversial, it can polarise and divide, writes <...

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A CONVERSATION OF PEACE AND HARMONY

Here, Vinta Nanda tells the story of Shabnam Hashmi, one among the millions of people who have, over the last 75 years, built a secular, democr...

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HOW WILL I KNOW PEACE

Humra  Quraishi revisits the artist Satish Gujral and his words, as she tries to make sense of the polarisation and lack ...

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