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People Of Aligarh

Although the word ‘Aligarh’ shoots up images of only the University, there is more to that town, writes Humra Quraishi Read More

ILA ARUN: GIVING VOICE TO LIFE

Ila Arun is a woman of many parts and one who is in command of all of them. She has a contagious zest for life, writes Aparajita Krishna <...

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Distorted to Divide

Humra Quraishi comments about the distortion of Indian History and the caste, class and religious divides it seeks to indulge....

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Speak, for your lips are still free…

As Eid-ul-Fitr is to  be  observed next week, let me write about one of my earlier meetings with the late Khwaja Hasan Sani Nizami, w...

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Music Knows No Caste

After garnering critical acclaim and winning the FIPRESCI Award at the Bangladesh International Film Festival 2022, Bangladeshi filmmaker Shabn...

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Threatened to vacate this earth

Humra Quraishi responds to the film The Kashmir Files, making headline news across media today, with a reminder to the many human tragedies taking place ac...

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The Human Voice

Khalid Mohamed, who was commissioned to write the official autobiography of Nusrat Fateh Ali Khan (1948-1997)...

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Hate mongering and dreamy love songs

Humra Quraishi asks us how we can participate in assemblies of pleasure and write dreamy love songs, in this atmosphere of vio...

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Starring Leela Mishra & Kanhaiyalal

Aparajita Krishna talks to eminent members of the film industry and Indian theater to explore how Leela Mishra and Kanhaiyalal...

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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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