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Jaspal Bhatti lives on as traffic police's brand ambassador

Six months after late satirist Jaspal Bhatti was dropped as Chandigarh Traffic Police's brand ambassador, he has been chosen for the honour again.The police had removed Jaspal as its brand ambassador after his wife, Savita Bhatti, decided to contest ... Hindustan Times, 1 month ago
Once again, Bhatti to represent UT Traffic till Nov 1 New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago

Even in death, comedidan Jaspal Bhatti continues to inspire

His tragic and untimely death in a car crash nearly two years ago made millions sad but even in his death, satirist-actor Jaspal Bhatti continues to inspire others. This is perhaps the only case in the world that a celebrity has became brand ...
 NewKerala.com4 weeks ago Even in death comedidan Jaspal Bhatti continues to inspire  New Delhi News.Net4 weeks ago
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High on mocktail

On a rainy afternoon in Mumbai's Film City, studio 7 is abuzz with activity. Frenzied crew, curious onlookers and excited guests mill about near the vanity vans, makeshift canteen and waiting spots. The stage is being set for the shoot of popular ...
 The Week1 week ago
Pune Mirror

Where's our sense of humour gone?

It is true that Art Buchwald wasn't born in India. Nor was Oscar Wilde. But we did have our share of humorists and satirists: even great lyricists like Sahir, who famously mocked Nehru in the song Kahan Gaye Woh Log in Guru Dutt's Pyaasa. We lost ...
 Mumbai Mirror1 week ago
Outlook India

Asphyxiating Minorities

Pakistan is increasingly failing to protect its minorities for two broad reasons: principally, rising religious intolerance and the space ceded to violent ideologies. —Sherry Rehman, former Ambassador to the US, 2011 Little noticed amidst ...
 Outlook India1 month ago Pakistan: Asphyxiating Minorities Analysis  Eurasia Review1 month ago
South Asian Terrorism Portal

South Asia Intelligence Review, Volume 13, No. 8

Data and assessments from SAIR can be freely published in any form with credit to the South Asia Intelligence Review of the Print Asphyxiating Minorities Ambreen Agha Research Assistant, Pakistan is increasingly failing to protect its minorities ...
 South Asian Terrorism Portal1 month ago
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