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A dialogue with JC | When a reel 'Queen' went back in time to play the role of a real Queen

A dialogue with JC | When a reel 'Queen' went back in time to ...

Q. How do you feel when people call you Queen of Indian Cinema? A . This is matter of great pride for me....We don't have anyone like that in our Himachal and neither do I have background of films. Q. Have you ever thought that you will scale such heights? A ... DNA, 3 weeks ago

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Rogues’ Gallery: When ‘Evil Pays’—for lead actors

Sans undue modesty, Ranveer Singh says that he does not think any character (of a leading man who is also an antagonist) written for Hindi cinema has had the dark depths of Allauddin Khilji, the role he has essayed so stunningly in Padmaavat . What stood out ...
 Bollywood Hungama1 month ago

How Kollywood casteism shaped the jallikattu protests

(A still from Kamal's movie Virumandi) There is no heroism in several people leaping on a confused bull. There is no heroism in one person leaping on a confused bull. There is no truth in saying the bull is like a family member unless one is in the habit of ...
 Sify2 months ago

Transforming India: From data poor to data rich

Entirely new businesses have been built using data to disrupt traditional companies. Sam Santosh is building a data company. The genomics information that he and his firm MedGenome collect of patients from diagnostic labs across the country will form the base. The more genomics data of Indian population that he collects for tests at diagnostic labs, the stronger will be his database. The data will be used for research: to identify markers for diseases treatment and help drug firms make ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Menime: The class 11 girl at the forefront of Kashmir's hip-hop scene

Decades of conflict notwithstanding, Kashmir has had a rich history of music and singing. Traditionally, Kashmiris have embraced Sufi music and songs. But with the time, singers have evolved both in terms of their style as well as content. The conflict has ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago

The evolution of language

Language is a vibrant life force that connects people and minds, providing a channel, a living medium for ideas to float upon and flourish. The immense power of language in everyday life goes largely unrecognised and unacknowledged. The onward march of the ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

'Aadhaar is helpful at times, so is torture'

'The issue is not UIDAI's surveillance powers, but the government's.''Aadhaar enables the government to access and link wide-ranging databases that hold a wealth of personal information.''Contrary to official claims, the Aadhaar Act offers virtually no protection against possible misuse of that information.' Photograph: Reuters After chasing Jean Dreze for two months,'s Syed Firdaus Ashraf finally secured responses from the economist who played a central role in conceiving the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago

Fearless leader or lame duck? Putin’s certain triumph heralds fresh uncertainty

Long before it happened, Russia’s ruling party had already called it “ the ultimate victory .” On March 18, Russians go to the polls where they will – without doubt – re-elect President Vladimir Putin to a fourth leadership term.
 catchnews.com6 days ago

India, Pak must talk to revive ceasefire for peace in Kashmir

In view of the rise in cross-border firing between India and Pakistan on the Line of Control (LoC) and the International Border (IB) in Jammu and Kashmir, the Concerned Citizens’ Group (CCG) decided to visit some of the affected area and also hold ...
 catchnews.com6 days ago

'The BJP government's entire record is of betrayal'

'Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis called us for a meeting in March 2016 and we submitted the same charter of demands that we are submitting now.''He gave us wishy-washy assurances.''We thought he was the new chief minister and we believed him, but later we found out that nothing is moving on the ground.''This time we want a written assurance and a concrete timetable for implementation.''We will not leave Mumbai, come what may.' IMAGE: On Monday, March 12, farmers under the banner of the Akhil ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
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