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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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Similar strokes

Call it a coincidence or plain copycatting. Film historian, Dhruv Somani, writes on the curious clashes between Bollywood film...

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Don’t cry for Sushant!

Vinta Nanda discusses why in the creative universe, we should feel sorry for ourselves and not for those who have left us...

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Copy-right-Copy-wrong

Veena Bakshi reveals the flawed system by which our Indian entertainment universe operates; where copyrights holders may as we...

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Denial: In the Industry of Entertainment

Actor and Executive Committee (EC) member of CINTAA Ayub Khan highlights a challenge confronting the Hindi television industry...

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In spoiler fight, Hollywood has its free-speech moment

Steven Zietchik reports in the Washington Post that, it began with a few sentences from Quentin Tarantino.

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Meet Sandra Moran: Guatemala’s First Openly Lesbian Congresswoman

Sandra Moran, 55, was elected to Congress as its first openly gay member in the September 2015 general election...

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The Push Indian Healthcare Needs

One of the 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) articulated by the United Nations in 2015 is to “Ensure healthy lives and promote well-being for all at all ages&rd...

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FICCI Frames 2017: IPR Policy Philosophy Should Be To Protect Knowledge To Spur Innovation And Investment

MUMBAI, 21 March, 2017: The new National Intellectual Property Rights policy of the Government of India has established a unified institutional mechanism for implementation...

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Patchy Progress on Fixing Global Gender Disparities in Science

Although women are publishing more studies, being cited more often, and securing more coveted first-author positions than they were in the mid 1990s, overall progress towar...

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