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Bad news and 'verse': A poetic journalist's contribution

News is rather ephemeral. Since it has most effect -- in these times -- when on TV, we may paraphase Shakespeare's Macbeth to term it something "full of sound and fury" but soon forgotten due to our limited memory and the sheer volume of round-the-clock ... Prokerala, 3 days ago

Arvind Kejriwal: His own worst enemy

The street-fighter is back and the introspecting, sparingly speaking, avatar of Kejriwal has gone on an extended recess.In this grime of heightened Delhi politics, all the good work done by the Delhi government may go down the drain, warns Sudhir Bisht. IMAGE: Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal. Photograph: PTI Photo Most of the great plays that have survived the onslaught of Father Time are tragedies. Julius Caesar, Hamlet, Othello, Macbeth and King Lear were written more than 400 years ago.
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

Homeward Bound

WHEN MANOHAR Shetty was a 14-year-old at St Peter’s, a boarding school in Panchgani, Maharashtra, he started writing short stories in the style of O Henry with a “surprising ending, a twist in the tale”. He remembers an excellent English Literature ...
 Open Magazine1 month ago

'Padmaavat' row: Films being targeted aggressively, says Vishal Bhardwaj

Critically acclaimed filmmaker Vishal Bhardwaj said today that people had no right to violently protest against "Padmaavat" as it was cleared by the censor board and given the go-ahead by the Supreme Court. Speaking on the second day of the Jaipur Literature ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Ranveer, AB, Salman: The Kooky cops of Bollywood

We can't wait to see Ranveer Singh's brand of policeman in Simmba. Cops in Hindi films love to harp about duty and daring. Once in a while though, the no-nonsense, super serious archetype makes way for a quirky, maverick, filmi variety that's equally adept at getting the job done in his/her own peculiar style. We are rather chuffed about seeing the perpetually zippy Ranveer Singh as this brand of policewalla in Rohit Shetty's December offering, Simmba. With a year-long wait before us, Sukanya ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Shape Of Water, Three Billboards, Darkest Hour lead BAFTA noms

Which film are *you* rooting for? IMAGE: Frances McDormand in Three Billboards Outside of Ebbing, Missouri. A day after the Golden Globes comes the nominations for the BAFTAs, the British Oscars so to speak. The Globes set the tone for the awards season so it isn't surprising that the BAFTA nominations follow a similar script. For the first time in 12 years the BAFTAs will not be hosted by Stephen Fry. The droll and funny Fry has retired from the fray and says he will watch the BAFTAs on the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago

Lushin Dubey: Scorches the Stage

Lushin Dubey is a woman of Substance. A combination of beauty and brains, to look at her you would never think she has a MA in History and a MSc in Special Education with six years of experience teacging differently abled children in India and abroad. In her ...
 The Financial Chronicle2 months ago
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