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Rajeshwari: Queen of her roles

Aparajita Krishna zooms in on Rajeshwari Sachdev of a delicate, petite frame, who has a very commanding acting presence and rules the little ki...

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A Mother’s Metamorphosis

Bhooma Sundararajan introspects on parenting through the experience of watching her own daughter giving birth.

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 I...

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Just Carry on: Ebrahim Alkazi

Aparajita Krishna walks you through the life and times of Ebrahim Alkazi; also what it was, that he meant to Indian Theatre.

The Little Time Machine of Arambol, Goa

In a small part of Goa called Arambol lays a quiet and peaceful wellness retreat called Read More

Sri Lanka beckons Indian film ‘Evening Shadows’

After successful screening in several film festivals in USA, Canada and Europe as well as India, the feature fi...

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The Books on top of Bill Gates’ List

Apart from being one of the world's richest person and a philanthropist, Bill Gates is also an avid reader. He tears through around 50 books per year and prioritizes readin...

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Resurgence Of Religion: Not Despite Modernisation But Because Of It

In his 1967 book, The Sacred Canopy, sociologist Peter Berger, famously argued that religion would decline and become redundant as the world modernised. Three decades later...

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The Rise Of The Social Entrepreneur

Recently, I wrote a column suggesting that, in the field of social change, we’re getting smarter. I went so far as to say that we may even be going through a new Enli...

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India’s New Economic Model: Sustainable Development The Buddhist Way

Over 2500 years ago, Siddharth Gautam, a 29 year old man from India undertook a spiritual quest. His 6-year-old journey took him from Kapilvastu, then in India, to Bodh Gay...

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