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Spotlight on Utpal Dutt's Brecht adaptation on thespian's birt...

On Utpal Dutt's 87th birth anniversary on Tuesday, People's Little Theatre (PLT) will stage a play at Rabindra Sadan. Times of India, 1 month ago

Bullies call girl with bulging eyes 'frog' or 'alien'

A seven-year-old Indian girl faces cruel taunts of 'frog' and 'alien' from other children because she has a rare condition which causes her eyes to bulge. Shaili Kumari suffers from a rare genetic disorder called Crouzon syndrome - which occurs ...
 EthioGrio8 hours ago Girl with bulging eyes who bullies call frog or alien says she dreams of looking normal so her appearance wouldn't scare people  HealthMediciNet.com10 hours ago Girl with prominent eyes who bullies call frog dreams of looking normal  HealthMediciNet.com6 hours ago

Of moustaches and morals

An old cliché has it that India's philosophical traditions, full of sophisticated reflection on knowledge, reality, logic, language and salvation, have little to say about morality. A helpful response to this observation came from the Indian ...
 Hindu Business Line13 hours ago
Hindustan Times

A touch of class: Shyam Benegal remembers the stories of Katha Sagar

Katha Sagar, which started airing in 1986, featured stories by popular authors. The show received instant success, as it brought together classic literature from all over the world, and also starred some of the most popular faces from Indian ...
 Hindustan Times1 day ago
Times of India

Tripti Mitra-starrer makes it to Cannes Classics

The last time any film with a Bengal connection that was screened at the prestigious Cannes Classics section was Mrinal Sen's 'Khandahar'. That was in 2010. Six years later, Tripti Mitra-starrer 'Jago Hua Savera' (JHS) has been selected in the same ...
 Times of India1 week ago

Two moods of Bengali cinema

That there were only two major heroes in Bengali cinema between the 1950s and 70s says something about this film culture: either it is not where heroes were sought or they both had it all to cater to the dreams of millions of viewers. One is ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Gulzar is always looking for the right lafz

The poet-lyricist on Tagore, writing for children, the script he has just finished writing and throwing away obnoxious clichés Gulzar turns 82 this August. His imagination, dynamism and commitment to the art of visually stirring poetry is still ...
 Livemint.com3 weeks ago

PTI - TV-9 - 06:00

TV-9 - 06:00 Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Nooh Narvi 06:30 Sankat Mochan Hanuman 07:00 Lajo 07:30 Rang Tarang 08:00 Sahitya Bharati : India the land of Challenges:Dr.Luipio Tessitori 08:30 Paintings of India : Enchanting Ajanta 09:00 ...
 Namibia Press Agency3 weeks ago
The Hindu

A Ray that reflects on itself

Floccinaucinihilipilification This is a word heard at the end of Agantuk , and among the last words/phrases heard in a Satyajit Ray film. However, more than being a word, it is an expression that ends the movie. The term, whose dictionary ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

Anurodh (1977)

The conformist poet/writer in Hindi cinema must struggle. He must struggle for recognition and survival. Be it Vijay (Guru Dutt) of the evergreen classic Pyaasa or Alam (Raza Murad) of Namak Haram or Srikant of Anurodh. Their poems come to the fore ...
 The Hindu4 weeks ago
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