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IFFK host workshop on empowerment of women in cinema
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IFFK host workshop on empowerment of women in cinema

A two-day workshop, focusing on the empowerment of women in cinema, will be held here as part of the upcoming International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK), the annual state-sponsored movie gala.The 22nd edition of IFFK,scheduled from December 8 to 15, will ... Business Standard, 1 week ago
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Will these films win an Oscar?

Aseem Chhabra lists the top 10 films at the recently-held Toronto International Film Festival. There are so many reasons to like the Toronto International Film Festival. Toronto is a great, vibrant city and the fall weather is beautiful. The festival attracts press from around the world and most of them are friendly, polite and patient despite having to stand in long lines, sometimes for hours. And then there is the joy of watching the films, catching the awards potential buzz, discovering new ...
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No country for old women: China refuses visa to elderly India runner

A 101-year-old Indian runner said Tuesday that China has refused to grant her a visa to participate in the Asian Masters Athletics Championships, robbing her of a potential medal. Man Kaur, dubbed the "miracle from Chandigarh" after winning the 100-metres ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Nirmala Sitharaman takes over as defence minister

Soon after taking over as Indias first full-time woman defence minister, Nirmala Sitharaman said she would give "importance, priority and focus" to indigenous manufacturing in the defence sector. "I would be giving importance, priority and importance to Make ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Khushwant Singh remembers Indira Gandhi

'In her insecurity, she destroyed the institutions of democracy.''She packed Parliament with her supporters with loyalty being more important than ability; she superseded judges; she corrupted the civil service.''She knew how to use people against each other and was quite a master of that.''She would do this with calculated skill and in the bargain cause enmity between brothers, split up families.' IMAGE: Indira Gandhi surrounded by folk dancers from Rajasthan at her home in New Delhi in 1967.
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What does the government have against Nude and S Durga?

Every time a filmmaker wishes to explore history or religion on his or her terms, self-appointed experts and limelight-seeking zealots swoop in to protest. Extreme prejudices are formed without even seeing the final product, triggering a disturbingly destructive impulse, feels Sukanya Verma. IMAGE: A scene from S Durga There’s an air of unrest surrounding the Indian movie industry these days. The Sri Rajput Karni Sena is hell-bent on stalling Padmavati’s release since Sanjay Leela ...
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Fine films, fabulous discoveries at MAMI

The movies that impressed, puzzled and stunned Sukanya Verma at MAMI this year. You know it's time for the annual Mumbai Film Festival when the city's cinephile population flocks to theatres in towns and suburbs, stands in long queues, survives on samosa, sets the alarm for 7 am to pre-register, memorises a complex schedule and dedicates seven days to eat, drink and breathe the best of world cinema and Indian filmmaking. A vibrant atmosphere of energy and enthusiasm envelops its 19th edition ...
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The Reshuffle: What it says about Modi

'While Piyush Goel, Dharmendra Pradhan, Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore and a clutch of former bureaucrats including R K Singh, Hardeep Singh Puri and K J Alphons are loyal BJP members, none of them fit the mould of party apparatchiks.''In fact, many of the latter kind have been shown the door or have been given reduced charges.''That goes to show the prime minister's comfort level in dealing with professionals and administrators and the trust he reposes in them,' says Shreekant Sambrani. Numerous ...
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Your comic book can make you rich!

The rarity of comic books in mint condition or nearly perfect ones, and the rising demand, have caused the prices to spiral internationally, says Avantika Bhuyan. IMAGE: According to Edouard Boccon-Gibod, managing director Christie's France, Hergé is the most sought after comic strip artist.His originals from Tintin are the only ones to be sold for over one million euros.Photograph: Kind courtesy Sotheby's An original Hergé, anyone? There is the Lyria Exchange -- akin to a stock ...
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