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THOUGHT FACTORY: THE MANY HINDUISMS OF SECULAR DEMOCRATIC INDIA

Keeping religion a personal matter and not politicising it is crucial to prevent discrimination, promote social cohesion, and uphold the princi...

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POLITICS: NOT MEDIA, MASSES SPEAK THE TRUTH

Humra Quraishi wonders why the ruling party of the day needs to demolish opposition parties and diminish leaders, when it is a...

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ART HOUSE: THINKING ABOUT JAANE BHI DO YAARO

Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro (Just Let It Go, Friends) is a 1983 black comedy directed by Kundan Shah and produced by the NFDC. It is a satire on bureauc...

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THE BEST BOOKS I READ IN 2023: NANDITA PURI

This week-long series begins today and brings to you the best of 2023 through the eyes of the most influential among us. Author and writer Read More

MUJIB: THE MAKING OF A NATION

The  much-anticipated biographical epic delves into the life of Sheikh Mujibur Rahman, the towering political figure of Bangladesh. &ldquo...

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CONFLICT MUST END: LET PEACE PREVAIL ON THE WORLD AND HUMANITY

Humra  Quraishi recalls conversations she’s had with academics, envoys  over the years about the Palestinian i...

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TAMAS: THE LIGHT OF TAMAS

Aparajita Krishna writes,35 years after it lit India’s television screen and cinema, I am herei...

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THE POLITICAL GAMECHANGER

Satyabrata Ghosh analyses the politics of the day, and arrives at conclusions, which opposition parties must adhere to if they...

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A CONVERSATION OF PEACE AND HARMONY

Here, Vinta Nanda tells the story of Shabnam Hashmi, one among the millions of people who have, over the last 75 years, built a secular, democr...

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HOW WILL I KNOW PEACE

Humra  Quraishi revisits the artist Satish Gujral and his words, as she tries to make sense of the polarisation and lack ...

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