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DOES PEACE STAND A CHANCE IN THE WORLD TODAY?

On the occasion of Mahatma Gandhi's birthday, which is also celebrated now as the International Peace Day, Monarose Sheila Pereira...

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Here I was born…

Humra Quraishi shares facts about the displacements of one particular minority community of India in the name of development.<...

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The Ghost of Flaherty

Thinking in retrospect, it is most likely that it was during the shooting of this sequence that the ghost of Robert Flaherty started to hover around me, writes Ramchandra P...

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The Untold Tragedy

Film historian Dhruv Somani narrates the story of Inder Thakur, a top model and upcoming actor who perished with his wife and ...

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The Silenced Valley

Can bringing Cinema to the Kashmir Valley settle the wounds and trauma? No, says Humra Quraishi 

A Silent Storm

All possible efforts like the Bharat Jodo Yatra should be made to stop the fascist forces, otherwise our future generations will suffer greatly...

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From King Lear to The Image Book: Jean-Luc Godard

The year was 1989, a print of Jean-Luc Godard's latest film, King Lear, an adaptation of William Shakespear's well known play was received by t...

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GIVE LOVE A CHANCE!

Replacing his film journo’s cap for the Ad-man’s hat, Monojit Lahiri explores the hidden virtues of love as a bran...

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A Conversation With Freny Manecksha

Freny Manecksha brings stories from Bastar and Kashmir in her latest book Flaming Forest Wounded Valley. She gets into a conversation with Read More

Leader of masses: Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru

Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, builder of modern India, was indeed a statesman and leader of the masses, writes Humra Quraishi<...

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