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POWERFUL PEOPLE: THE POET IMPRESSIONIST

On the occasion of the 58th Jnanpith Award for Gulzar saab, Humra Quraishi revisits her friendship with him an...

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THOUGHT FACTORY: THE MANY HINDUISMS OF SECULAR DEMOCRATIC INDIA

Keeping religion a personal matter and not politicising it is crucial to prevent discrimination, promote social cohesion, and uphold the princi...

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ALTERNATIVE ENTERTAINMENT: THOSE FREEZE SHOTS OF TARUN MAJUMDAR

Satyabrata Ghosh explores the genesis and evolution of the freeze shot used by auteurs of cinema to capture a lasting impact o...

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KALEIDOSCOPE: HUMRA QURASHI’S BOOK IS A WAKE UP CALL

Humra Quraishi’s book, The Diary of Gull Mohammad - A Kashmiri Muslim boy’s journey from Kashmir to Kerala, is an eyeopener. Once i...

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INDEPENDENT FILM: THE STORY OF A YOUNG BOY IN KASHMIR

In conflict-ravaged Kashmir, Adnan, a young boy from a lower middle-class family, stretches himself beyond limits to earn a smile on his blind ...

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TRENDING: MASCULINITY AND MANIPULATIONS DOMINATE

Films were never meant to be a medium to express hate against women, religion, community, or dissenting voices. Lately, however, Indian films a...

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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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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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MAHUA MOITRA KO GUSSA KYON AATA HAI?

When talking about Mahua Moitra’s expulsion from the Indian parliament, the question that haunts is, what are the rules, writes V...

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TIGHTROPE WALK FOR JOURNALISTS IN THE MAINSTREAM

Here, taking off from a few discussions at the Orange City Literature Festival she attended, Vinta Nanda looks at ‘ethic...

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