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Bengali Cinema: A Middle Way to Tread

Satyabrata Ghosh explores the cinema of West Bengal to conclude how the median between art and commerce exists and has been of...

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No Country For Minorities

Humra Quraishi points out the double standards adopted by the state when dealing with minorities in India.

SOHAILA KAPUR: The Person & Her Legacy!

Sohaila Kapur belongs to a very rooted and empowered artistic and cultural legacy. She has, in her individual way, made her own space, writes <...

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Kitu Gidwani: Distinctly Yours!

Aparajita Krishna flashbacks and forward with the life and times of Kitu Gidwani – an actor with, perhaps, the most well...

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YRF Crashes into the OTT universe

Monojit Lahiri investigates whether the grand entry of YRF into the OTT universe is a blessing or a curse.

Of egoistic Indian men and Mulk Raj Anand

Humra Quraishi remembers Mulk Raj Anand on his birth anniversary and what he had said about Indian men consumed by superiority...

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Double standards… all the way!

Humra Quraishi goes over the many events of recent past in which it is getting clearer by the day that the discrimination agai...

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Signs of the Time: Call of the Valley

This week Humra Quraishi looks into the way Kashmiri youth and their future is impacted due to communal politics in the Valley...

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The Indian Screen: Myth and Reality

Farrukh Dhondy traces the evolution of Indian storytelling from early days, when stories travelled by word-of-mouth, to now, a...

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Signs of the time: What Gandhi didn’t want

Humra Quraishi looks at the indiscriminate violence taking place around the country ironically...

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