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Film on Muzaffarnagar riots that ABVP didn't want us to watch
Hindustan Times

Film on Muzaffarnagar riots that ABVP didn't want us to watch

Fireworks glared from 80 screens on Tuesday as thousands watched Muzaffarnagar Baaqi Hai... (Muzaffarnagar eventually…) under the skies, inside university rooms, close neighbourhoods and other makeshift spaces where people watched the 136-minute ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago

Check out Quikr's new avatar

The company rebrands itself, promises to be easy, speedy and flexibleAasan hai badalna -- It is easy to change, says the new tagline of cross category online classifieds business firm Quikr, which last week donned a new avatar with a new brand positioning. India’s online listing space is witnessing phenomenal growth and as smartphone adoption increases, India is emerging as a mobile first country. Nearly 65 per cent of internet users are on mobile and 40 per cent of all e-commerce ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Diary of a first-time dad: Inside the labour room

Rahul Bhattacharya recounts the anxiety of being in the labour room and the joy that follows. This year we had a Holi party. On the menu was chhole, which I cooked after Shruti pressure-cooked it with tea leaves; chicken in a cashew paste and kadhai paneer, both of which Shruti made; and kachoris, samosas and two types of gujia (kesari and coconut) from the outstanding chain Bikanervala. Our friends brought kulchas, further kachoris and ras malai. We were eleven in all. There was beer, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
Queen's Journal

QPOP! packs a punch

Last weekend, QPOP! breathed life into campus' nightlife. The second annual QPOP! festival was held on campus this past weekend at The Underground, Clark Hall Pub and The Grad Club. This year, QPOP! brought 15 indie bands to campus. The line-up ...
 Queen's Journal1 day ago

Gau mata, really? Why cows are symbols of our hypocrisy ...

Every morning, on a road next to a Metro station near my house, the Indian way of life has a communion with Swacch Bharat. After collecting garbage from nearby colonies, contracted workers of the municipal council, dump it in the middle of the ...
 Firstpost.com3 days ago

The Dadri incident is a chilling turning point in our politics

'The reason I call Dadri a landmark turning point in our politics is the relatively muted response of the self-styled secular forces.' 'Top leaders of the Congress haven't even taken a padyatra to the village, just a 40 minute drive from Delhi. Lalu, Nitish, Mamata, all claimants to the secular vote, are afraid of messing with an issue involving the cow.' 'Holiness of the cow has now become as multi-partisan an issue as hostility to Pakistan,' says Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: Relatives mourn ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago
VietNamNet Bridge

10 beautiful churches in Nam Dinh

VietNamNet Bridge The northern city of Nam Dinh is known as the home to many Roman Catholic beautiful churches. 1. Diocese of Bui Chu Located in Xuan Ngoc commune, Xuan Truong district, the church was built in 1885. After more than 100 years, the ...
 VietNamNet Bridge6 days ago
Calcutta Telegraph

Lynching finger at poison, not beef

Hoardings of non-vegetarian dhabas line the road to Bisara village; Ram Ratan Singh (below), a villager who owns a dhaba selling non-vegetarian food. Pictures by Prem Singh Greater Noida, Oct. 1: Ram Ratan Singh, a resident of Bisara village ...
 Calcutta Telegraph5 days ago
Jerusalem Post

Full text of PM Netanyahu's address to the UN General Assembly

Ladies and Gentlemen, I bring you greetings from Jerusalem. The city in which the Jewish people's hopes and prayers for peace for all of humanity have echoed throughout the ages. Thirty-one years ago, as Israel's ambassador to the United ...
 Jerusalem Post5 days ago
Outlook India

Dancing Divas

The songs of Rajiv Rai's Tridev (1989), arguably spelled the death knell for the dancing queens who had hitherto performed the mandatory dance numbers in commercial Hindi films. Earlier, although talented leading ladies like Padmini, Vyajanthi ...
 Outlook India1 week ago
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