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'Anna Karenina' to release in India in December

Russian film "Anna Karenina", adapted from Leo Tolstoy's 1877 novel of the same name, will hit the screens in India on December 8.The film, to be released in English and Hindi, is being brought to India by RG Studios.Produced and directed by Oscar-nominated ... Prokerala, 1 month ago

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Tolstoy's language preserved in 'Anna Karenina': Director

Oscar-nominated filmmaker Karen Shakhnazarov says he has tried to retain the context of Leo Tolstoy's 19th century novel "Anna Karenina" in the film adaptation while adding "something special".Produced and directed by Shakhnazarov, the Russian film is a ...
 Prokerala1 month ago Tolstoys language preserved in Anna Karenina: Director  Nerve1 month ago
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The great escape: How books got me through my stint in jail

On my second day in jail, even as news of my arrest flashed on television, several jail officials called me to have a dekko at me. As in all such cases, they were motivated by a number of feelings. For some it was a schadenfreude – look ing at a man ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago

'Ghalib ka hai andaz-e-bayan aur': Mirza Ghalib and his immortal shers

His white-bearded and tall fur hat sporting visage is among the those of a handful of global wordsmiths familiar by their very appearance - Shakespeare, Pushkin, Tagore, Tolstoy, et al even as he is being forgotten in his homeland. This is rather unfortunate ...
 Prokerala3 weeks ago
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The BEST Films of 2017

Check out which movies made Sreehari Nair's list. In 2017, as voices around me vouched for neatness, niceness, and decency, I longed for movies that attempted to de-demonise our preferred demons; movies that tried to increase our range of compassion; and help us to see the world beyond the usual advertising clichés. In short, I longed for everything you don't get in an Aamir Khan film. Here then is a year-end list of Indian movies that largely or wholly fulfilled that longing. I hope ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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What 'Last Tango in Paris' teaches my students about sexual ethics

Today’s news is awash with accounts of behind-the-scenes sexual assaults involving such prominent figures as producer Harvey Weinstein, director Brett Ratner and actor Kevin Spacey. In some cases, colleagues and friends of the accused have expressed ...
 catchnews.com1 month ago

Indian Struggles in 1917: On the Eve of the Russian Revolution

Seldom in history do things happen suddenly; they are often years in the making. It is known that during his South Africa years Mahatma Gandhi had corresponded with Leo Tolstoy, described by Lenin in 1908 as the mirror of the Russian Revolution. (...) - 2017 ...
 Mainstream1 month ago

Russian MPs back law targeting foreign media: agencies

Russian MPs today backed new legislation allowing foreign media outlets to be listed as "foreign agents" in a reciprocal response to US pressure on Kremlin-backed TV channel RT.Russian MPs backed amendments that would allow international media that receive ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Russia to classify internationally-funded media as foreign agents  Prokerala2 months ago Russia to make US media register as 'foreign agents'  Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Delhiites beat smog to make the 10th Queer Pride a grand success

Delhi welcomed its 10th Queer Pride Parade on Sunday (12 November) as hundreds turned up at Barakhamba Road in solidarity with the LGBTQ cause, both from within and outside the community. Like the preceding years, it turned out to be a colourful event. The ...
 catchnews.com2 months ago
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Entrepreneurship is not the solving of a sum but the painting of a picture

India’s salvation lies in job creation by entrepreneurs, say Manish Sabharwal and Ashok Reddy. Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com. Now that the heaviest drama of the Infosys and Tata episodes is behind us, it’s finally possible to speak up for founders and acknowledge these were very different situations; Tolstoy once said that every happy family is alike, but every unhappy family is unhappy in its own way. Founders often have three concurrent roles at company birthing: CEO, ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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