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Womanpower in khaki

Film historian Dhruv Somani, tracks down the heroines who have portrayed top cops, a domain usually reserved for heroes.

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Such a wonderful journey!!

Film historian Dhruv Somani, a self-confessed admirer o...

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Dreaming big for the vulnerable: Chhitra Subramaniam

Vinta Nanda thinks that one of the greatest pleasures of running The Daily Eye is that you wak...

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My city, my friend

Khalid Mohamed in a chat fest with Harshad Rajadhyaksha, Chief Creative Officer at the Ogilvy ad agency, on his passion for st...

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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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Little Wonders: The Vanishing Child Stars

Film historian, Dhruv Somani, writes on Bollywood’s little wonders whose fame faded on turning adults.

A pioneer, a frontierswoman at heart: Presenting Anupama Mandloi

One of the most significant outcomes of my having started The Daily Eye, which is an online publication specifically targeted to conte...

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6 Indian Women Figure In Forbes 100 Most Powerful Women List

At a time when 49% of Indian women have never accessed Internet, this comes as a gentle reminder that Indian women cannot be taken lightly. In the recent Forbes List of 100...

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TV Review: A SUITABLE ACTOR Television

There are thousands of shows currently being aired on Indian television featuring a few hundred actors. Most shows are imperceptible with lackluster performances, while a h...

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Girvi Takes Flight

Whichever way you spell this recent show on Colors TV -- Udaan or Udann, it is going where few TV series have gone. Placed in a remote region of India, there is an antithes...

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