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GENDER: VOICES UNHEARD IN THE CORRIDORS OF POWER

On the occasion of International Women's Day, as the world celebrates the achievements of women, it's imperative to reflect on the role of acco...

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THE COURAGE AND CONVICTION OF SAIF HYDER HASAN

After seeing the film YES PAPA, story of a victim of child sexual abuse at the hands of her father, Vinta Nanda has a conversa...

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WHO’S TO BE BLAMED: THE FILM OR INDIAN AUDIENCES

Leher Sethi walks us through the many reasons why as a society we are to blame as much for the toxic misogyny and sexism in th...

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RAJ KAPOOR AND MY SON

Raj Kapoor’s 99th birth anniversary was on the 14th December. Kamlesh Pandey recalls the influence...

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‘JADUNAMA’ - A RAY OF LIGHT IN IMMENSE DARKNESS

Humra  Quraishi comments on the truth lurking behind green curtains in the capital city especially decked up for the G20 ...

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A BEFITTING SWANSONG

This is a very personal response to a unique film experience gifted by The Song of Scorpions, writes Janaky Sreedharan

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STRAW DOGS: POETICS OF VIOLENCE OR MISOGYNY?

Based on a novel by Gordon Williams – ‘The Siege of Trencher’s Farm’, it was also my first exposure and my starting poi...

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THE MITTI KI SONDHI KHUSBHOO SMELLS OF BLOOD

The tragic and horrifying details coming from Manipur remind Shabnam Hashmi about Gujarat 2002. Wasn’t it predictable th...

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HOW CAN YOU CELEBRATE WHEN YOUR COUNTRY BURNS?

The video surfacing reveals the torture and humiliation that not just the two women faced but thousands in Manipur have while the government re...

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TIMES THEY ARE A CHANGIN’ – FOR DOCUMENTARY FILMS

Vinta Nanda talks to documentary filmmakers, film festival directors, curators about the documentary films garnering more audi...

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