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Social media, trolls, dissent: Author Arnab Ray tackles conven...

Writer Arnab Ray put forward an interesting idea at the recent Kolkata Literary Meet: That trolling, for the most part, is good. The post Social media, trolls, dissent: Author Arnab Ray tackles convenient notions at Kolkata Lit Meet appeared first on ... First Post.com, 3 weeks ago
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Rishi Kapoor advocates creating two time zones in India

Veteran Bollywood actor Rishi Kapoor today advocated creating two different time zones for the country at a literary meet in the 'City of Joy'. The heartthrob of the 70s-80s Hindi cinema, who was here to attend Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet, was visibly ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago Sudden ban on Pakistani artists unfair: Rishi Kapoor  Prokerala2 weeks ago I've been the right guy at the wrong time, says Rishi Kapoor  Business Standard3 weeks ago
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Students disrupt Kanhaiya Kumar's event at literary meet

A group of students, affiliated to the 'Bastar Solidarity Network' in Chattisgarh, today disrupted a programme of Kanhaiya Kumar during the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet, opposing the student leader's participation in the event.  Around 30 students abruptly disrupted the discussion on Kanhaiya's book 'Bihar to Tihar: My political journey' and raised the "Kashmir Maange Azadi" slogan. Interestingly, the "Kashmir Maange Azadi" slogan was raised by Kanhaiya during the JNU agitation he had ...
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Kanhaiya Kumar's programme at Kolkata Lit Fest cut short due to protests

A literary session being addressed by JNU student activist Kanhaiya Kumar had to be cut short at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary Meet (KLM) here on Saturday after ultra-Left activists raised slogans against him and the sponsors.Kumar, who has penned a book ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago Slogans raised against Kanhaiya at Kolkata Lit Fest  Prokerala3 weeks ago
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Read Sujoy Ghoshs' take on why Kahaani was loved and why Kahaani 2 could not deliver

"Kahaani" director Sujoy Ghosh says he still can't figure out why one of his films had flopped badly while another became a runaway success. "I still don't know why one of my films has been a gigantic flop and the other is successful. Each film is like a ...
 catchnews.com2 weeks ago I don't know why my films became hit or bombed: Sujoy Ghosh  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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'One-state, one-vote' may dilute standard of Ranji: Gavaskar

Former India captain Sunil Gavaskar today feared that the Supreme Court-appointed Justice Lodha Committee's one-state, one vote recommendation may 'dilute' the standard of Ranji Trophy cricket in India. "No problem with 'one-state, one-vote' but maybe states ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago

Chidambaram supports state funding of elections

Former Union Finance Minister P. Chidambaram on Saturday said he supported state funding of elections."I would support it (state funding of elections)," he said when asked for comments at the Tata Steel Kolkata Literary meet here."Fighting an election has ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago
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Indian sport lacks collective expertise at grassroots: Abhinav Bindra

Olympic champion Abhinav Bindra today called for the need to develop collective expertise at the grassroots levels, saying the "missing link" has to be fixed for betterment of sports in India. India's lone individual Olympic gold medallist, Bindra was asked ...
 DNA3 weeks ago
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Not all Jan Dhan a/cs were used to launder money: Chidambaram

"Evidences do not point out that there was wholesale use of Jan Dhan accounts for money laundering purposes. Nearly 25 per cent of the JanDhan accounts were having zero balances and in the remaining, the average balance was Rs 27,000," he said at the Kolkata ...
 Money Control3 weeks ago Not all Jan Dhan a/cs were used for money laundering: PC  Money Control3 weeks ago Only small number of Jan Dhan accounts used for money laundering post demonetization: Chidambaram  DNA3 weeks ago

Rich and privileged the only minority in India: Javed Akhtar

Celebrated script writer-poet Javed Akhtar today said the rich and the "privileged" were "the only minority" in the country and they were the ones who ruled it. "This country is ruled by a minority, a very miniscule minority and they are the privileged rich ...
 Business Standard3 weeks ago
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