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Signs of the times: Come October

Humra  Quraishi remembers classical singer Begum Akhtar, also known as Akhtari Bai and we...

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India's soft power - the unrealized potential

Where does India stand in the latest rankings on leveraging its soft power, asks Amit Khanna

Who wants to be a Millionaire? – Vinod Pande

We think we know them well. However, when you venture out to ask them questions you thought you had all the answers for, like I did, you discov...

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The Men Against Gender Injustice Collective speaks on Sexism in the Music Industry

The Men Against Gender Injustice Collective hosted a music event at Brisbane on Sunday in order to encourage themselves to confront th...

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India News hosts the Gaurav Awards in Chhattisgarh

India News, known for its direct and unbiased brand of journali...

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Bareilly Kaifiyat that throbs in the Bone, Pulse and Heartbeat of a Doctor: Dr Brijeshwar Singh

On April 24 2016 while being car-driven from Delhi to Bareilly I was already in Read More

The Other Dilip Kumar

As the car heaves uphill from the Khar end, I notice a high blue scaffolding covering that familiar old place.  A sign board is clearly visible outside. Despite the sm...

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Redeeming A Vow To 120 Million Women And Girls

Raising a family is a balancing act. Last week, the world celebrated “World Population Day” by not rejoicing the spur of populous sperms scrawling to the brim o...

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Repeats, Ad Nauseum

With the Dalai Lama’s visit to Arunachal Pradesh doing the news rounds, there can be no better a time than this for Epic Channel to telecast the first two episodes of...

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FICCI Frames 2017: ‘The Hungry’ Is A Rare Example Of Indo-UK Co-Production In 2017, The Indo-UK Year Of Culture

MUMBAI, 22 March 2017: In what is being described as a rare example of an Indo-UK co-production in 2017, the Indo-UK Year of Culture, Cinestaan Film Company and Film London...

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