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Asha Bhosle: Gulzar bhai deserves the Dadasaheb Phalke Award award
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'Phalke has gone to the deserving artiste'

From the time she sang Ghar jayegi tar jayegi doliyaan chadh jayegi for Gulzar in Khushboo, Asha Bhosle has shared a very special rapport with her Gulzar bhai who has been named for the coveted Dadasaheb Phalke Award. She feels that it has gone to ... Deccan Herald, 17 hours ago
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Political soup, served sweet and sour

'Advani's observation on Modi, an attempt to cut the BJP's prime ministerial nominee down to size, billing him a mere event manager like Vijay Raaz in Mira Nair's film Monsoon Wedding, speaks volumes about their differences.' 'In the coming days, the Congress and BJP may lock horns over the AgustaWestland chopper deal. In an Italian court, Guido Haschke, one of the accused middlemen who allegedly bribed the Indian side, has sought a plea bargain to reduce his jail term if convicted. On or ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago

Real Drama Has Its Heart in the Right Place but…

Youve got to hand it to the real filmmakers. They are so obsessed with their crusading zeal that they do not remember that they are making their present film to spread a vital message. They equate commercially appealing cinema with the most inapt ...
 India-West3 weeks ago

Is the BBC still hideously white?

When Greg Dyke was appointed Director-General of the BBC and was received by the staff of the great Kafkaesque edifice, he was reported as saying that it was hideously white. The liberal elite, especially those who have had a job in Britain's late ...
 New Statesman4 weeks ago
Times of India

Hindu College celebrated Women's Day with fervour in Delhi

Hindu College had a two-day celebration on the occasion of Women's Day. While disappointments like Rakhi Birla cancelling at the last minute or students shying away from self-defence workshops conducted by the Delhi Police marred the excitement a ...
 Times of India1 month ago Hindu College celebrated Womens Day with fervour in Delhi  Times of India1 month ago

Crie de coeur of a woman's conscience

Saturday the 8th of this month marked the 103rd instance of International Women's Day being observed. To quote the United Nations (U.N.), the day gives us an opportunity every year to "celebrate acts by ordinary women". How far have such acts ...
 The Hindu1 month ago
The Hindu

Reels that heal

In the aftermath of Partition, a cinema hall in Delhi stood a helpless witness to the goings-on. Every day, the railway station next door had hundreds of nervous passengers whose life depended on boarding the next train to Pakistan. At the same ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

The Marathi renaissance

ilm history is now reviving its legacy that was dislocated towards the latter stages of the last century Last year cinematographer-director Sanjay Jadhav's Duniyadari was released three weeks before Shah Rukh Khan's Chennai Express . Made on a ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago
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