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POLITICS: DISTORTING HISTORY AND SPREADING HATE

Textbooks are increasingly misrepresenting with deletions and distortions altering historical facts. This alarming trend, with targeted violenc...

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KALEIDOSCOPE: DISCOVERING MEHAK GOYAL’S POETRY

In an unexpected journey from skepticism to admiration, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri explores Mehak Goyal’s evocative poetry. ...

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TRENDING: DIVISIVE AGENDAS PUT DEMOCRACY AT RISK

Rising joblessness exacerbates homelessness, while educational and political controversies undermine trust. A call for genuine governance and a...

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FESTIVALS: ARE DADS LESS IMPORTANT THAN MOMS?

To address why Mother’s Day is celebrated with such grandiosity and emotion compared to the more subdued Father’s Day, Mono...

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FESTIVALS: ZAIKAK IN SEARCH OF THE BEST MAHARASHTRIAN THALI

“I think it would be impossible to search for the best Maharashtrian Thali in Pune because Thalis are culture or ‘sanskriti‘ ...

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MOVIES: URBAN TALE OF CASTE BIASES

Prithvi Konanur's 2023 release, "Hadinelenthu", masterfully unveils the deep-rooted caste biases within the educational system and beyond, writ...

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TRENDING: A NEW DAWN OF INCLUSIVE LEADERSHIP

From Rahul Gandhi's padyatras to Engineer Rashid's Baramulla victory, India's electoral shift signals a rejection of divisive politics and a co...

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KALEIDOSCOPE: CINE-INTERIORS BY DEVDUTT TRIVEDI

Devdutt Trivedi, a film scholar, reassesses Mani Kaul's cinema in his book "Cine-Interiors: The Films Of Mani Kaul," which is reviewed by Read More

POWERFUL PEOPLE: LOVE (FOR THE CRAFT) CONQUERS ALL

‘I went through so many rejections that I can't remember,’ says Tanha Farmin Rezi, a cinematographer from Assam, in Bollywood. Read More

ALTERNATIVE ENTERTAINMENT: PHAS GAYA SYSYPHUS IS TRUE INDEPENDENT EXPRESSION

Saumesh Bangera’s cinema is a perfect manifestation of the phenomenon of democratisation of filmmaking since it got morphed into the digi...

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