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Two Indian short films are ready to shake things up at Berlinale

Renowned filmmaker Amit Duttas Chitrashala and FTII Film and Television Institute of India INooz, 3 weeks ago

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Bangalore Mirror, 3 weeks ago
Saudi Gazette

DIGIWISE Summit 2014 by HTCampus.com and Google India

Comments NEW DELHI, December 1, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- In India, advertising has traditionally been on print and television, but we are witnessing a very fast shift towards digital because of the immense optimizing and targeting options digital ...
 AndhraNews.net2 weeks ago Pressure grows for Indian climate action  Haveeru Daily Online2 days ago As Delhi chokes, pressure grows for Indian climate action  Terra Daily1 day ago As Delhi chokes, pressure mounts on India to curb chronic pollution  Brunei Times1 day ago
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I would love to do some food shows in India

Farah Quinn, the Indonesian celebrity chef, restaurateur, and media personality, well known for her culinary television shows like The Big Break was in Goa recently, as a part of her visit to India. In a candid interview with NT BUZZ she speaks ...
 Navhind Times5 days ago
GQ US

No deity to worship this time

For an entire generation of cricket fans, especially Indians, the World Cup is synonymous with a batting institution: Sachin Tendulkar. Right from his Cup debut against England at Perth in 1992 where he scored a brisk 35 to his final innings of 18 against Sri ...
 Deccan Herald2 weeks ago When they chose happy streets over World Cup  Times of India2 weeks ago ANALYSIS: Is ICC World Cup really world's third-biggest sporting event?  DAWN Group10 hours ago Why the 2022 World Cup Moving to Winter Is a Huge Deal  GQ US1 week ago

Sunday's India-Pakistan match fails to deter Mumbaikars from attending Equal Streets

The India-Pakistan match on Sunday morning might have had several Mumbaikars glued to their television-sets but there were still those who decided to take the time out for a session of dance-aerobics, roller-skating or cycling instead. And a lot of ...
 Times of India2 weeks ago

Digital India roundup: Govt, Samsung to set up tech educational institute & More

Government ties up with Samsung for technical educational institutions The Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) and Samsung Electronics have signed an MOU to set up the MSME-Samsung Technical School, with an aim to establish a ...
 Media Nama1 month ago Govt to set up FTII in Northeast  Zee News1 month ago Govt to set up FTII in NE  E Pao!1 month ago
Eurasia Review

India: Journalists Demand Laws to Protect Media Personnel on Duty

An untoward incident of physically assaulting a lady television reporter by the police personnel in northeast India recently, brought back the old debate of having a special law for protection of journalists on duty. The incident that took place at ...
 NewsBlaze3 weeks ago India: Advocating Laws To Safeguard Journalists  Eurasia Review3 weeks ago
MSN News

Women Power in Bollywood

Provided by Indian Express This Women's Day, we feature 10 heroines who besides regaling us with their films, have re-written the rules on a variety of issues. From the perfect XL size, to being the the alfa achiever, fashion ...
 MSN Canada8 hours ago Women Power: Aishwarya Rai Bachchan, Deepika Padukone, Alia Bhatt, Priyanka Chopra  Indian Express18 hours ago
Livemint.com

6 banned documentaries: Why India's Daughter is not alone

Louis Malle's Phantom India became controversial because some critics perceived it to be a lopsided depiction of the impoverished state of the country India's Daughter by Leslee Udwin, now officially off YouTube, is only the latest in a raft of ...
 Livemint.com23 hours ago

INSIDE THE WAR ROOM

Men, machines and the mind—how Narendra Modi ran the campaign of a lifetime to win India. Excerpts from a new book by Open Deputy Editor The Word right should be excluded from political language, as the word cause from the language of ...
 Open1 day ago
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