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The Hyperlinked World

Ranjan Das takes the Diptakirti Chaudhuri account, Written by Salim-Javed, as a case in point to explore a vast hyperlinked un...

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The Hairdresser’s Husband: Too Much of a Good Thing?

Vandana Kumar explores how a film like The Hairdresser’s Husband starts as a man’s...

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Behind Every Successful COVID Vaccine Is A Woman

At least in the field of vaccine development, women have shown that they are capable of delivering a safer world. More power to our new sheroes...

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The First Prime Minister of India

A day after Pandit Jawarharlal Nehru’s birth anniversary, also known as Children’s Day in India, we recall his leadership; the high...

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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.

Personal Characteristics that English struggles to Describe

Language is the expression of human personality in words, whether written or spoken. The English language is spoken or read by the largest number of people in the world, fo...

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Shanghai International Film Festival: What’s Around This Year?

There are not many countries in the world with a culture as distinct as China. The country also offers the thri...

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Celebrating the Women behind the Camera

In this age of Netflix, Hotstar and Amazon Prime, there's a unique streaming service called MUBI which I am sur...

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Miami Jewish Film Festival Features Compelling Films

South Florida film buffs may appreciate the compelling features "1945" and "Harmonia," both screening during the 20th annual Miami Jewish Film Festival. The haunting Hungar...

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Berlin Film Festival: Director Defends Eight-Hour Movie That Features Hour-Long Lunch Break

‘It’s not slow cinema, it’s cinema,” says Lav Diaz, director of historical drama A Lullaby to the Sorrowful Mystery, shown at the Berlin film festiv...

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