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The Silenced Valley

Can bringing Cinema to the Kashmir Valley settle the wounds and trauma? No, says Humra Quraishi 

A Silent Storm

All possible efforts like the Bharat Jodo Yatra should be made to stop the fascist forces, otherwise our future generations will suffer greatly...

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Remission Granted To Bilkis Bano's rapists: Is it fair?

The Bilkis Bano was gang raped and her family killed. The accused were recently granted remission. The case has been raging for some time now. ...

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PAST IS MY MASTER AND EVENING MY DAWN: VINAY SHUKLA

His film-work has been artistically selective and also across-genres, fairly mainstream, writes Aparajita Krishna.

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A  ROTI PLEASE!

One of the foremost signs of failing governance is that many more poor people are dying of hunger and malnutrition, writes Humra Qurais...

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A Laudable Effort Undone by Static Telling

8/12 Binay Badal Dinesh Review by Shantanu Ray Chaudhury.

It remains one of the most dari...

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Winds of Change in Uttar Pradesh

Subhashini Ali analyses the political scenario in Uttar Pradesh, soon going to elections, and finds that the winds of change seem imminent.

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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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How feminism works in rural India

Vinta Nanda explores how feminism works in rural India and the Grassroots Leadership Development Program of CORO India.  ...

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Signs of the time: The vacuum

Humra Quraishi imagines what it would be like if India is to have a ministry of loneliness and leaves you to ponder over a bea...

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