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Senior Cong leaders should act as mentors, not tormentors: Jairam Ramesh
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Senior Cong leaders should act as mentors, not tormentors: Jai...

The former Union environment minister was here to attend the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary meet Press Trust of India | Kolkata Last Updated at January 28, 2018 14:05 IST Senior Congress leaders should now act as "mentors and not tormentors" and the party should ... Business Standard, 2 weeks ago

Ganguly responsible for current aggressive culture of Indian team: Bedi

Kolkata: Calling Sourav Ganguly's era the golden period of Indian cricket, legendary left-arm spinner Bishan Singh Bedi however held the former India captain responsible for the aggressive culture on the field today. "Sourav Ganguly is one of the finest ...
 Sify3 weeks ago IPL is a platform for money-laundering, feels Bedi  Sify3 weeks ago IPL is a platform for money laundering: Bedi  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

Partition: Lest We Forget

For Aanchal Malhotra, the stories of Partition were stories that needed to be told.It resulted in a book, reports Payal Mohanka, punctuated with endearing moments, uncontrollable tears, a poignant tribute to ordinary people with extraordinary lives. IMAGE: Maang-tikka brought from D I Khan, North West Frontier Province to Delhi.'Today is the second time I've ever worn it,' she said, holding it out in her hand.''This was an object that had survived the transitions of time, circumstances and ...
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Faced rejections from production houses for my film: Konkona

Actor Konkona Sen Sharma has said she endured several rejections before finding like-minded producers for her directorial debut A Death in the Gunj. Expressing apprehensions over her next venture, Sen Sharma said the situation might be worse for industry ...
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago

There is fear of violence after the release of certain films, books: Srijit

National Award winning filmmaker Srijit Mukherji has said that a fear of violence now exists in the minds of filmmakers and writers post the release of "certain" flicks and books. "In case I take up certain work my plea will be dont burn us, dont behead us.
 Deccan Herald3 weeks ago India has turned into a nation of offended people: Srijit  Business Standard3 weeks ago

Would have loved to do any character in a Ray film : Shabana

Actor Shabana Azmi today said she would have agreed to do any character in a Satyajit Ray film and was lucky to work with the maestro in his flick 'Shatranj Ke Khilari'."I consider myself very lucky to have played the role of Khurshid (in Shatranj ...) and to ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Would love to have acted in all of Ray's films: Shabana  Prokerala3 weeks ago

'Manto' not a conventional biopic: Nandita Das

Actor-director Nandita Das has said her upcoming film on Saadat Hasan Manto is not a conventional biopic as it chronicles four turbulent years of the writer's life before and after the Partition.A feature film is not a documentary, 'Manto' contains nuances ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Basically I remain a classical musician: Shankar Mahadevan

Popular singer Shankar Mahadevan tonight said though he is flooded with requests to perform hit Bollywood numbers on stage, the artist remains a classically- rooted musician."I can't escape crooning the 'Mitwa... Kahe Dhadkan Tujhse Kya' number wherever I ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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