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'The problem is that people in our country get used to bad news'
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'The problem is that people in our country get used to bad news'

Kadvi Hawa has some very bad news for us all. A timid, old man walks barefoot on a parched piece of land. Dressed in a white dhoti, he has no use for a shirt that gets drenched in his sweat. The blistering heat is slowing down his stride. His aching body is fighting his existence. The grief of not being able to see is now lost to him. One step follows another as he treads cautiously, hoping that the length of his arms will warn him of the dangers ahead. He stops after a few yards to stare at ... Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago

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'People feel I have lost my appeal because I'm not single'

'Bollywood runs on the idea of age.''If you are single, even if you are 40, you are still appealing, you are still young.' 'The moment you are married, even if you are 25, it's uh-huh. She's not sexy anymore.' IMAGE: Kirti Kulhari "I find it very weird when someone calls me a 'heroine'. I'm not used to that word," Kirti Kulhari laughs nervously. The actress, who grabbed attention with her role in PINK, will be seen in Madhur Bhandarkar's Indu Sarkar. Kirti discusses her career with ...
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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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'Good to retire when people are asking why than why not'

'My thinking has always been that it is good to retire when people are asking why than why not. I always wanted to retire on a high.' IMAGE: Ashish Nehra during a warm-up session. Photograph: BCCI Veteran Indian pacer Ashish Nehra on Thursday decided to call time on his injury-ravaged career after next month's opening T20 International against New Zealand at his home ground in Delhi, saying 'it is always good to retire when people are asking why rather than why not'."I have spoken to the team ...
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10 Amitabh Bachchan movies that should re-release

Which is *your* favourite AB film? At the peak of his career, nothing turned on a hall full of people like a full-blown Amitabh Bachchan entertainer. Every time the towering, angry young man appeared on screen, the audience went berserk in adulation. Every dialogue in that famous baritone was received with taalis, every display of daredevilry and drollness treated to wolf whistles. Witnessing such wholehearted, collective euphoria only enhanced the whole Big B on Big screen experience. In ...
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For advertisers, old is now gold

60-plus men and women who live independent lives are becoming the cynosure of ad men's eyes. Viveat Susan Pinto reports. The banter between mother and son -- played by Revathy and Vikrant Massey -- in an Axis Bank ad brings a smile to everyone's faces, and it also draws attention to something else: the changing portrayal of the elderly in Indian advertising today.   An elderly mother talks to her adult son about the need to secure his future while home loan rates are down. 'Buy a ...
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This 19 year old is transforming the lives of underprivileged children

Make The World Wonderful, an NGO founded by Meghana Dabbara in 2015, is on a mission to set up 2,500 child adoption programme centres by 2023. All photographs: Courtesy Your Story On the fringes of Hyderabad in south India, an egalitarian realm exists for about 50 children, who were previously in need of help, but are now being trained to be the ones administering it. The wounds from their distressed backgrounds are being nursed through -- believe it or not -- education. But it is no ordinary ...
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'I want to be a Priyanka Chopra in reverse'

'I want to go back to India after my success here.' Siddharth Dhananjay wants an O-1 visa. The 24-year-old Thiruvanathapuram-born, Jakarta-raised, Iowa-educated, actor has a major indie film coming up in the US. Fox Searchlight's Patty Cake$ has already been the darling of the Sundance, SXSW and Cannes film festivals. The film -- a coming of age story about an unlikely groups of three friends -- Patti (Australian actress Danielle Macdonald), an overweight New Jersey waitress who dreams of ...
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'It is a cricketing tragedy to see the West Indies like this...'

'This West Indies lot are the worst Test match team I have seen in more than 50 years of watching, playing and commentating on cricket.' IMAGE: Kemar Roach is bowled by Stuart Broad during the day-night Test in Edgbaston. Photograph: Michael Steele/Getty Images The gradual decline of West Indian cricket is hardly a new phenomenon but the latest capitulation of a once-dominant Test match power has brought genuine expressions of sadness throughout the sport. The defeat by an innings and 209 runs ...
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99 yr old freedom fighter: 'Jail was like university for me'

Meet Bengaluru’s fondest freedom fighter, HS Doreswamy, who has been a sprightly witness to the country's ups and downs since 1947.   All photographs: Kind courtesy Your Story It was a cloudy afternoon when I met HS Doreswamy at his modest house in Jayanagar. His red oxide floored yellow home has bare minimum furnishings, with awards and Gandhi figurines adorning most of the walls and showcases. The senior freedom fighter warmly welcomes me and excuses himself to go finish his lunch.
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