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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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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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A Ringside View of Circus

Janaky Sreedharan writes that to read a book on circus is, in a way, to revisit our childhood - to recall the color, joy and a...

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Cinema of Resistance

Reema Moudgil walks us through some compelling cinema over the last seventy years of India’s independence, which has chr...

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The Alchemy of Fear, Superstition and why India should be led by a Coalition Government?

The Modi-led BJP came to power in 2014, after three decades that any political party of India got a majority in...

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The More Things Change…

Ajit Dalvi’s Marathi play Samajswasthya, directed by Atul Pethe, is a startling reminder that in spite of all the progress India has witnessed ov...

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True Review Television - An Epic Showcase

Thanks to Lost Recipes hosted by Aditya Bal for Epic Channel, I actually watched culinary masterpieces of my community.  No, it isn’t Dhansak and patra ni machch...

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Top 6 Landmark Judgments From The Judiciary That Stirred India In 2015

World’s largest democracy is India; and there are three pillars which constitute this democracy: Executive (comprising of President, PM and Cabinet Ministers); Legisl...

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True Review TV - Intrigues And Valour At Prime Time

I, a history buff, have been drawn to two current shows on weekdays at Prime Time -- Chakravartin Ashoka Samrat on Colors and Bharat Ka Veer Putra Maharana Pratap on Sony. ...

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REPORTERS: WHERE’S THE STORY?

I don?t feel at home with Reporters. The look is too glossy, too unreal. The channel head sports a muffler. The editor Kabir is usually in a jacket (wonder why the tie is m...

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