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Cabaret Queens

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, returns to the era of cabarets to select seven of the dancing divas that shone a light on Bollyw...

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Farm Bills: Exciting times for advertising

All the politics around them notwithstanding, the new Farm Bills could open up an entirely new domain of work for advertising and media. Read More

Signs of the times

Humra Quraishi rewinds to 1995; when she met the first ambassador of Uzbekistan to India, Surat Mirkasymov, and remembers how ...

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Rewinding: Ustad Zakir Hussain

“I had interviewed Ustad Zakir Hussain, years ago in 1992; and he told me what made him emotional on stage once”, writes Hu...

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Salim Arif: His Work of Many Parts

It is a daunting task to undertake summarising Salim Arif’s multifaceted talent and work resume in a few pages, writes ...

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Gas-lighting: The News Normal

Vinta Nanda analyzes the news media as it stands today and what it can achieve for its mass audiences if it so chooses to do.<...

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Let the music play on…

Musicians and singers share their stories about how they’re coping during lockdown, with Monarose Sheila Pereira.

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No Man is an island

Rinki Roy Bhattacharya writes that the relentless media coverage about the pandemic we are all stuck in was guaranteed to...

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She loved Cinema: Pamela Rooks

Humra Quraishi revisits the life and times of Pamela Rooks. And, her films, Miss Beatty’s Children and Train to Pakistan...

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Radical and Revolutionary: Smruti Koppikar

In this interview with Vinta Nanda, Smruti Koppikar throws light on the way that journalism in India has chan...

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