My interest lies in demonstrating that Martin’s misunderstanding makes him a culprit in holding millions of Indians captive.
The film deserves applause for highlighting the plight of the Dalits while resisting the tendency to romanticise them as noble souls subject to oppression.
The song, 'Fan Baba Sahib Di', by singer Ginni Mahi is starting to take the internet by storm.
This play has ample space for shimmer, foul-mouthed queens, and classic pelvic thrusts, but the one thing it closes its doors to is - gender conformity.
Most Tharu women introduce themselves as descendants of Rajasthani queens who fled to the Terai in times of war, and men as servants of the royal household.
It's about time that media commentators started reviewing the content on Doordarshan.
Sometimes we just want to have fun. And be in the good books of our dear Prime Minister of course.
A ray of hope can be seen in India today as citizens rejoice amongst chants of 'No going back!' and 'Down with 377!
29 जनवरी 2005 को भारतीय पत्रकार सोसाईटी ने इस दिन को भारतीय अखबार दिवस के रूप में मनाने का निर्णय लिया। लेकिन अभी तक इस दिवस को अखबारों ने जगह नहीं दी।
Decriminalisation of Section 377 will not provide societal acceptance which is equally important to survive in the society.
They are artists and in a video that they made, they have all the right to portray things that they wish to, as long as they are not untrue.
Forget the lack of diversity at Oscars, Hollywood has always been a patriarchal racist institution of xenophobia and imperialist jingoism.
I have been disallowed from posting a status message, adding friends, message anyone or comment on any posts.
It’s slightly horrifying that it's 2016, and yet all these problematic stereotypes about India continue to be perpetuated through Western media.
In a sad move by the Censor Board yet again, a film as important as 'Aligarh', its trailer has been given an 'A' certificate.
The CNN-IBN interview of Sunny Leone with Bhupendra Chaubey just reconfirmed the low standards the Indian media has set for itself.
The trailer of 'Parched' brings alive the hostilities and little joys of rural Rajasthani society and wrests women from the mire of clichés and bad writing.
A series of groundbreaking new ads, all from the tourists’ perspective show how there is something unique to explore for every traveller in Rajasthan.
This video by SpoonFeedIndia attempts to open our eyes to our civilizational greatness and invaluable contributions to humanity.
Oscar-winning sound designer Resul Pookutty has received two nominations at MPSE for films banned in India.
There are some movies that actually make me want to respect and honour the story and the way it is portrayed, and this was definitely one of those.
Through her pronouncements, Rowling refuses her literary death and attempts to position her personal voice as indicative of an ultimate narrative.