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Varun Dhawan turns judge for a dance competition and here are ...

Well, Varun Dhawan’s love for dance is quite visible in his choice of films whether it is a full-fledged dance drama like ABCD 2 or a comic caper like Judwaa 2 . The actor, who is known for his smooth dance moves in his generation, has now decided to take ... Bollywood Hungama, 1 month ago
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Let the Padmavati story be told

'Padmavati represents the voice of thousands of Rajput women who lived and died not by their own choice.' 'Let their story be heard,' says Kishore Singh. The Rajput is quick to anger (but also easy to placate). Growing up in a family descended of warriors, the casual interface of Rajputana history with associations of family honour and chivalry was commonplace at clan gatherings. Popular cinema at the time was critical of, and lampooned, the royals -- the actor Pran essayed many such roles -- ...
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Greenwood and several ICJ judges worked as arbitrators: Report

At least thirteen former and seven current International Court of Justice (ICJ) judges, including UK's Christopher Greenwood, worked as "arbitrators" during their tenure, an investigative report has alleged, questioning the integrity of such judges in the ...
 Business Standard1 week ago
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We have no choice but to play on bouncy wickets: Kohli

Scorecard: 2nd Test | IND vs SL - Schedule | Full Coverage Nagpur: A candid India skipper Virat Kohli on Thursday admitted that he had asked for bouncy wickets for the home series against Sri Lanka keeping in mind the more tougher tour to South Africa in ...
 Sify2 weeks ago Kohli hits out at hectic schedule  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Kohli complains of cramped schedule, BCCI takes note  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago No time for SA preparation, sought bouncy tracks vs SL: Kohli  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago
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IIM-Ahmedabad debates new norm of social vigilantism and curb on public choices

The society needs to debate on impact of vigilantes dictating what people should read and watch, IIM-A Director-in-Charge, Prof Errol D'souza said in Ahmedabad on Saturday. The statement comes at a time when Bollywood film Padmawati is being opposed by a ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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No magic wand, but serious effort for peace: Dineshwar Sharma

Centre’s special representative for Kashmir Dineshwar Sharma says he does not have a magic wand, but wants to be judged by his actions when he starts the process of talks in the Valley on Monday. “I do not have a magic wand but my efforts have to be judged with sincerity and not through the prism of the past,” Sharma, 61, said. The former Intelligence Bureau director added that no one should jump to conclusions before the process of talks with various stakeholders in Kashmir ...
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Women's entry into Sabarimala: Constitution bench will decide

A three-Judge bench of the Supreme Court on Friday referred to a Constitution bench a clutch of petitions challenging the age-old practice in Kerala's Sabarimala Temple of not allowing women aged between 10 years and 50 years to enter the temple. The Kerala ...
 DNA1 month ago Justice Nariman, SC bench honoured for Right to Privacy order  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Is a 24 year old not old enough to decide for herself?

'Will the age of majority be decided on a case-by-case basis by judges?''Does a 24-year-old woman still need "care, protection and guidance" and only from parents?''Is a Facebook post enough to declare a person a dangerous radical?' asks Shekhar Gupta. IMAGE: A protest in New Delhi to 'support Hadiya's release'. Photograph: Kind courtesy Sucheta De/Facebook The name Judy Sheindlin won't ring a bell with most Indians. It might register on some if we said Judge Judy instead. Particularly on ...
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'I love to make small films, but no one gives me the chance'

'If I can make smaller films that are successful, why would I make big ones? The choice is Shah Rukh's: Would he like to work in smaller films?' Director Kundan Shah, who passed away on October 7, had asked in an interview in 2001. Kundan Shah is a director who knows his mind. He has a clear notion of how the Hindi film industry functions: "If someone discovers a formula which becomes a hit, everyone starts copying it. Very few directors actually experiment." "The film industry is ...
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Do you question a rape survivor?

I am only suggesting greater sensitisation and understanding of adults' sexual and lifestyle choices, says Shekhar Gupta. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com Why did a young woman go to watch a late-night movie with her boyfriend, wearing tight jeans and t-shirt? Does it not suggest a promiscuous relationship? Why did she not keep her parents and college informed, particularly when her daddy isn't rich enough to give her the safety of a chauffeur-driven car? And why were she and her boyfriend ...
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