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Self Indulgence to Self Discovery

Bhooma Sundararajan writes, that boredom and inaction sets in when one has a lot of empty time...

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Some dope on pot: It’s Hazy

Vinta Nanda collates information from available materials on the web for us to find out what Bhang, Charas and Ganja mean to I...

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The Forever Story: Protima Gauri (Bedi)

Humra  Quraishi writes that Protima Bedi, was the quintessential modern Indian woman who had once written her own destiny...

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Of Borders and Boundaries

In a short conversation with Selina Sheth, the Indian-born writer-director Vikram Zutshi, talks of his need t...

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HOT SHOT - Bani J

Khalid Mohamed quizzes Bani J, the young woman on the go who’s made a wow impact as a bisexual woman in love in Season 2...

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Cannes in Support of Films made by Dissident Directors

The 71st Annual Cannes Film Festival is scheduled to be held from 8 to 19 May 2018. Asghar Farhadi's psych...

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Kumbh Mela named Intangible Cultural Heritage By UNESCO

Kumbh Mela has been recognized by the UNESCO as an “intangible cultural heritage of humanity” for being the world’s larges...

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Men Without Tears

For a few years now, Haruki Murakami has been in the running for the Literature Nobel; meanwhile he collects fans all over the world, with his books about modern-day Japan,...

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Girls As Young As Five Are Sold To Prostitution In India: Ruchira Gupta

Girls as young as five are being sold into the multi-billion dollar sex trafficking industry, said Ruchira Gupta, founder and president of Apne Aap Women Worldwide, at a ta...

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Knitting, baking and painting improve well-being and mental health, study finds

It’s hard to pinpoint when exactly it happened, but at some point over the past few years, wool got cool.

No longer the preserve of grannies, knitting is now ...

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