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Where there is no will, there is violence

Humra Quraishi talks about how polarisation in grassroots India, by the use of state machinery...

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Web talent on the rise but…

The fresh acting talent on the OTT platforms could rewrite the rules of Bollywood’s age-old star system but… are they promoted suf...

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So much hokum-pokum

Khalid Mohamed reviews the time-travel series JL 50, the documentary  Social Dilemma and ...

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Kill kill, bang bang

Khalid Mohamed reviews  the cop flick Class of ’83 and more fare streaming on the channels currently.

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Feast or Fast: Navarathri

Bhooma Sundarajan reflects on her experience during the Navarathri Festival in North India, when everyone fasts for nine days....

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Status Single & Lockdown

On April 1, 45-year-old auditor, divorcee, Kriva, who quit her last job in December after being harassed for being single, picked on for lookin...

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Lost but not found: An artist focuses on the tragedy of the Nation’s rising cases of Missing Children

At a modest estimate, a lakh, if not more children go missing every year from diverse parts of the nation, incl...

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Wedding-Go-Round

It has already been established that Bollywood loves romance and weddings—every year there are a handful films set around noise and bustle of traditional weddings. It...

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Aussie Bikers Document Child Rights In India

Call it Orientalism or an honest attempt at discovery, four Aussie bike enthusiasts have crisscrossed the hallowed land of India to find what it takes to make life click in...

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Panels Should Be Proactive In Curbing Child Rights Violations

With crimes against children rising every year, a senior Supreme Court judge has urged the national and the state commissions for protection of child rights to play a proac...

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