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The Caravans Of Movement

Humra Quraishi writes, “The World Refugee day, on the 20th of June, is not too far away. It’s time for ...

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This Distance

Humra Quraishi talks about the senselessness of war and its impact on the lives of helpless people – she questions the p...

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His own terms: Sharad Raj

Ek Betuka Aadmi Ki Afrah Raatein is now streaming on Eventscape Vod Platform. Vinta Nanda has a chat with director Sha...

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When Atul Met the Movies

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with India’s prime, contemporary artist, Atul Dodiya, on his unbreakable bond with art an...

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Shakespeare in Bollywood

Shakespeare travels, writes Farrukh Dhondy, in his piece on how well and how not so well the bard’s writing has been ada...

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A Faust for Bangladesh

Farrukh Dhondy at his best as he recounts the attempt he once made to adapt Goethe’s Faust for the Bangladeshi screen. Read More

Mein hoon PIO!

Farrukh Dhondy observes Indian media in foreign countries and the hype it creates over events there, however, concluding that ...

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An anthem and counter-anthems: Pyaasa

This was written during the years, to be precise 2017, when playing the national anthem before movies was mandatory in halls, writes Ju...

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Signs of the time: Where lies the truth?

Humra Quraishi visits the literary works of Shamsul Islam, Khushwant Singh, Jyortimaya Sharma,...

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Signs of the times: India’s battle for its soul

Humra Quraishi looks back at the last seven years in India, through the lens of A.G. Noorani’s writings about the RSS an...

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