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"Who Killed Judge Loya?” (Remember this is not fiction!)

The prologue itself is an unapologetic foray in Niranjan's state of mind, as he must have started penning down his story, writes Darsha...

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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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The Soul Of Hindustan

Today Humra Quraishi brings alive the beauty of great urdu poetry translated by Sanjiv Saraf and flows to the soulful strains ...

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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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BENGALI MAESTROS ON THE FAMOUS 4!

Aparajita Krishna writes, “Like the persons quoted herein many of us live with the memories of those times in Indian cin...

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ALL ABOUT MOTHERS: THE OLDEST LOVE STORY

In a conversation with writer and journalist Maithili Rao, Shantanu Ray Chaudhuri discusses the new anthology on motherhood sh...

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TOUCH OF JOY: JOY BIMAL ROY

I shall cherish the materializing of this article. The attempt is to visit the great cinema-maestro Bimal Roy through his son Joy Bimal Roy&rsq...

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Satyajit Ray: The man who knew too much

In a new book, Barun Chanda, who acted in Satyajit Ray’s Seemabaddha, goes down memory lane about his experiences of working with Ray. Sh...

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Satyajit Ray: The man who knew too much

In a new book, Barun Chanda, who acted in Satyajit Ray’s Seemabaddha, goes down memory lane about his experiences of working with Ray. Sh...

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Bengal in Bengaluru: The Kolaj Bengal Film Festival

The first edition of the Kolaj Bengali Film Festival was a welcome effort in getting Bengali films a national reach. Shantanu Ray Chaud...

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