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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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Abanindranath Tagore: The enigmatic original who wrote art and painted words

The founder of the Indian Society of Oriental Art, Abanindranath Tagore’s work defies any straightjacketing, writes Shantanu Ray ...

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Why a Statue of Netaji now?

Subhashini Ali explains why the statue of Netaji will not transform the Prime Minister into an inheritor of the legacy of the ...

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His own terms: Sharad Raj

Ek Betuka Aadmi Ki Afrah Raatein is now streaming on Eventscape Vod Platform. Vinta Nanda has a chat with director Sha...

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A Few Bad Men (and Women): The Journey of the Villain in Hindi Cinema

National Award-winning Balaji Vittal speaks to Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri on his new book, Pure Evil: The Bad Men of Bollywood

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Scripting doomsday!

In the last few years, which were bedevilled with ambivalence, ambiguity and plain misunderstandings, statements of people in power or celebrit...

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In the land of the capitalists

‘Battleship Potemkin’ was premiered at the historic Bolshoi Theatre auditorium in Moscow on December 21, 1925, writes Monis...

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Signs of the time: For God’s Sake, Be Human!

This week Humra Quraishi questions politicians and lays out bare facts – about human rights and political mischief that ...

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Game Changer, Marketer, Entertainer, Interpreter: The Film Critic

Monojit Lahiri investigates through the incisive commentary of critics as well as filmmakers, what film reviews and film criti...

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Building bridges: Rekha Surya

Even before her soulful voice creates magic and captivates you, her charismatic persona hits you with an overpo...

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