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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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A Conversation With Freny Manecksha

Freny Manecksha brings stories from Bastar and Kashmir in her latest book Flaming Forest Wounded Valley. She gets into a conversation with Read More

Tum kya History Parathe ho?

Humra Quraishi writes: Words like riots and rioting hit you hard, because they announce another round of destruction of human ...

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The loneliness of an Indian (virgin) Bride

What are Indian wedding dreams made of? – a question Janaky Sreedharan answers as she views it through the lens of the r...

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Statement

Statement of Praveena Ahangar, Founder of APDP about the NIA Raid on APDP Office and seizure of APDP Documents

Bosnia’s War Childhood Museum Goes Global

As stated by UNICEF itself, children are especially vulnerable to abuse, exploitation and trafficking during em...

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13 Reasons Why: Of Polaroids, Phantoms and a Pending Verdict

The verdict is pending. Does Hannah get justice? Well, you have to see to come to know about it. The series tha...

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#EyeOnClimate – to Make this World a Better Place to Live

Although climate change presents one of the greatest threats to the future of our children and our planet, many perceive this issue as distant and abstract. Naturally, peop...

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The Law Cannot Be Blind Kaleidoscope

12 Angry Men, written by Reginald Rose in 1957 was a teleplay, converted to a film by the great Sidney Lumet. The play is one of the classics of modern theatre&mda...

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Gender Inequality Still A Challenge – Activists

GIRLS are kidnapped and sexually abused, the perpetrators walk away without being arrested, capital offences like murder and rape are never followed up. Drunkenness, polyga...

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