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Signs of the times: Colour of black is dark

Humra Quraishi comments on the hypocrisy of policy making in Kashmir, the communal colour being given to traditional education...

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She loved Cinema: Pamela Rooks

Humra Quraishi revisits the life and times of Pamela Rooks. And, her films, Miss Beatty’s Children and Train to Pakistan...

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The Bard of Bollywood: Gulzar

Humra Quraishi recalls her meetings with Gulzar. Born on 18th August 1934, his words that explore  the complex...

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Sing freedom: Songs of nationalist fervour

Anil Dixit walks down melody lane to track some of the most memorable songs of our national pride and patriotism

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Coming of Age: Child stars that could make it big

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, looks back at Bollywood’s babies and moppets who could make that tough transition to leadi...

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Shaheen Bagh and the Idea of India

This necessary collection comprises interviews with some of the brave women at the core of the protest; ground reports and photographs by journ...

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Bazaar 2 In The Works: Sagar Sarhadi

Khalid Mohamed catches up with the eminent short story writer, film dialogue wordsmith and dir...

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Chann Pardesi: Reuniting with the cult-classic

Aparajita Krishna writes, Chann Pardesi would be a stranger to the young cine-goer, India 2020, including the young diaspora g...

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Khushwant Singh: Salaam to the Sardaar

Humra Quraishi writes about the many conversations she had with Sardaar Khushwant Singh. 

Sudden Impact: In Conversation with Harsh Chhaya

Khalid Mohamed interviews Harsh Chhaya, whose performance as a despotic Papaji in the series U...

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