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WHO SHOULD BE MADE TO COMPENSATE?

From the institutionalisation of bias to literature about the greatest artists of the past, Humra Quraishi’s c...

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The lives of Freda

Humra  Quraishi visits Andrew Whitehead’s book ‘The Lives of Freda - The Political, Spiritual and Personal Jo...

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Pre-Partition Punjab’s Contribution To Indian Cinema

Professor Ishtiaq Ahmed delves deep into the Partition phase. And here comes in focus the leading artists and creative folk who had to shift base from Lahore, writes Read More

A Border Love Story

Khalid Mohamed narrates the bittersweet tale of meeting his aunt, the major Pakistani filmstar Zeba Ali and her equally famous...

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The Rekha Mystique

Khalid Mohamed escorts us back to an up-close-and-personal interview with the eternally enigmatic Rekha

The Human Voice

Khalid Mohamed, who was commissioned to write the official autobiography of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (1948-1997)...

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Abanindranath Tagore: The enigmatic original who wrote art and painted words

The founder of the Indian Society of Oriental Art, Abanindranath Tagore’s work defies any straightjacketing, writes Shantanu Ray ...

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Kitu Gidwani: Distinctly Yours!

Aparajita Krishna flashbacks and forward with the life and times of Kitu Gidwani – an actor with, perhaps, the most well...

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Building bridges: Rekha Surya

Even before her soulful voice creates magic and captivates you, her charismatic persona hits you with an overpo...

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They go to die there, where there is life

Humra Quraishi veers to the bard, Gulzar’s verse written by him in the times of the pandemic.