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Badnam Basti: Found after 49 years

Badnam Basti (Alley of ill repute), India's first gay film that was released in 1971 only to be lost to obscurity for around five decades, befo...

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Raj Marphatia: A Bombay Boy who never lost

He was the first non-white President of the prestigious Harvard Law Review, writes Dilip D’souza

Thousands of Followers and Friends, and yet a Lonely Generation

Report says nearly half of the Millennials feel isolated. Loneliness is a significant problem that can predispose young children to immediate a...

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Scripting the Next Generation of Writers

Whistling Woods International (WWI), Asia’s premier Film, Communication and Creative Arts institute, conducted a five-day screenwriting w...

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It is Guilt and not Housework that’s harming your Health!

According to a recent analysis by the International Social Survey Programme, guilt over not doing enough housework may have a serious ...

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Koko, the Gorilla: A Great Communicator and an Extraordinary Teacher

It's not every day that you come across a gorilla who knows sign language. Koko, the celebrated western lowland...

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Exceptional and Soul-stirring Films at the 5th Illuminate Film Festival

For most people, films are the idea of entertainment. Be it rich or poor to educated and uneducated, films infl...

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Human Rights Violations in the Interpersonal Sphere

Individuals, families, communities, the government and the workplace - all have witnessed human rights abuses b...

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The Politicization of Social Media

Back in 2012, a national survey questioned 3,000 young people, ages 15-25 on how they use the Internet, social ...

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It’s Now or Never…How to Stop Procrastinating

Let's talk about a situation. You've got a long day ahead of you, piled up work, from doing your laundry to preparing for a sales meeting, or maybe writing a res...

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