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IS THE SLOGAN DYING?

Monojit Lahiri questions the relevance of slogans in today’s era, and wonders about its fate in the future.

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WE ARE SISTERS BORN

Humra  Quraishi recalls important conversations, she has had over the years with various people, twenty-one years after t...

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CHINTOO SINGH WASIR: CENTERSTAGE AS SUFI SINGER & MUSICIAN

In the world of contemporary Indian music Chintoo Singh Wasir has emerged from being behind the instruments to centerstage with his Sufi music,...

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IS IT TIME TO RECONSIDER THE TERM BOLLYWOOD?

Monojit Lahiri does a close–up of this tricky issue and reaches out to the readers now for a solution to the word Bollyw...

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THE UNSETTLED SHADE

Vinta Nanda talks to filmmaker Neha Sharma about her documentary film NYBREUM and what it was that made her gravitate to the s...

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THE ‘ARRE O SAMBA’ SAGA

Monojit Lahiri does a flashback to the iconic Arre O Samba Saga and revisits the biggest hit of Indian cinema Sholay!

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A NOT SO QUIET PICTURE

Humra Quraishi questions the deliberate seeding of hate among different communities in India, which have lived in harmony for ...

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NOW GAJRA KOTTARY SPEAKS TO VIEWERS, READERS & LISTENERS

The versatile author and screenwriter Gajra Kottary spoke to Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri on the demands of an audi...

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DR BRIJESHWAR SINGH’S CALENDAR YEAR

Aparajita Krishna interviews Dr Brijeshwar Singh, one of the best known orthopaedic surgeons of Uttar Pradesh and understands ...

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A PLEA FOR PEACE

Humra  Quraishi celebrates Sahana Ahmed’s book, Amity Peace Poems, and Shubha Menon’s Resilience: Stories of ...

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