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NSD & Bollywood

Who is doing for whom? Monojit Lahiri does an interview-based close-up of this contentious issue.

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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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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HIDAYAT SAMI: Spotlighted!

It’s Hidayat Sami who Aparajita Krishna meets today to explore his vast repertoire as an actor, director, light-designer...

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The Religion, Caste & Poverty Discussion

In continuation of what she’s written earlier, Humra Quraishi is focusing on the young in context to the horrific commun...

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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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Whose Wedding Is It Anyway?

What is between recent popular Malayalam flicks and the wedding eve ceremonies in the bride’s house, asks...

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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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What ails medical education in India?

Why do Indian students have to go to these countries to study medicine? Doctors speak to Monarose Sheila Pereira abo...

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