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Avoidable: The 'ageism' bias

With all that is being written in the media these days about ageism, I should not (actually could not) have done all that I did over the years,...

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Sycophancy: At the intersection of Art & Politics

Vinta Nanda writes about the mood in the country. She says that Bollywood and Indian Politics,...

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The Standoff: Pataal Lok and Contagion

Vinta Nanda writes about how we process these times when the movies are advancing our future.

Those Magnificent Women and their Flying Machines

The more you want to know Mini Vaid the more there is to her that remains unknown. An author, filmmaker, journalist and television reporter...

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CAMPION TALES OF OLD BOMBAY

Producer, Director and Actor Rajiv Kapoor, shared this precious piece written by his school mate John Mani, with me on Whatsapp last night and I publish it here in The ...

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Indigenous Music Festivals for Music-lovers

Music has the power to heal the soul and pull distant hearts together. Listening to music on phone or on television is the way to relax for man...

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Music Festivals in India that will Revive and Energize You

If there is one thing that helps everyone escape reality, it is music. A much-needed dose for survival in this tough world. And music festivals...

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Axis Bank Wins Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017

The Dale Carnegie Training India has announced Axis Bank as the winner of the prestigious Dale Carnegie Global Leadership Award 2017. The first runner-up award w...

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Ola Partners With WWF India To Contribute To 'Sahasra Jyoti' Initiative

India’s largest cab-hailing service, Ola has started taking interest in CSR activities in India. The company recently partnered with Mahindra and Maharashtra Governme...

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The Ganpati Story

How did Lord Ganesha get his elephant head? The myth is part of Indian folk lore—Shiva came home one day and a little boy prevented him from entering the house becaus...

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