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Nidhi and Sushil Poddar talk to Khalid Mohamed about their book Blaze…, a tribute to their late son Divyansh’s tr...

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Stayin’ Alive: Pt. Jasrajji

Senior musicians speak to Monarose Sheila Pereia, to pay their tributes to the great legend Pandit Jasrajji, who passed away o...

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When words are just not enough….

I write this with a heavy heart, says Rujuta Vaidya as she remembers her time-spent learning dance choreography from the unparalleled to date, ...

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Home and Heart

Reading Barbara Kingsolver’s Unsheltered, the thought that passes through the mind is: there but for the grace of...

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Jack Nicholson At 80: Life In Pictures

Hard to believe but the mischievous, scene-stealing star of Easy Rider, Chinatown and Batman turns 80 on 22 April. WILLIAM COOK toasts his career while his One Flew Over th...

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Water Rights Are Civil Rights & Civil Rights Are Human Rights

An April 20, 2017 press conference in Atlantic City, New Jersey was held to protest the state's planned privatization of the city's water utility company and to advocate fo...

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Indian-American Teen Indrani Das Bags The ‘Junior Nobel’ And $250,000 In Cash Prize

Indrani Das, an Indian-American teenager, has just walked away with the top prize in one of the most prestigious science competitions in the world – the Regeneron Sci...

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Actor Kal Penn Raises $160K In A Few Hours For Syrian Refugees After Being Told 'He Doesn't Belong To America'

Actor Kal Penn has turned a nasty comment about his origins into an inspiring cause as he raised more than $160,000 in a few hours for Syrian refugees. The Harold and Kumar...

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It’s Funny Because It’s True: Fact-Based Comedy Can Affect Audiences

Can stand-up comedy be a platform for investigative journalism? It may seem like an odd question, but that’s exactly what The Center for Investigative Reporting and W...

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Boring Movies Can Be Great: A Defense Of ‘Paterson’ And ‘Everything Else’ — NYFF

The following essay was written by a participant in the 2016 New York Film Festival Critics Academy, a workshop for aspiring critics co-produced by Indie Wire, the Film Soc...

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