"The idea was to spread the message through a different medium. Villagers suggested folk music and dance. We went a step further and thought of films”
Arun, who had dreamt of a very different life, lives in a shanty today and struggles to support his wife and four children.
"The book is for all the people who more than just see - who notice."
If the Labour Ministry is ‘unable’ to fund the ESIC medical colleges, the govt. can make the arrangement of a takeover of by the Union Health Ministry.
India’s 7,500-km-long coastline is as vulnerable as it has ever been.
Sexual abuse that continued for 17 years, to eight members of a 13 member over-valued joint family, where none of the male members knew about it...
“I think Lord Shiva was perhaps the perfect god to bring me back to faith. No disrespect to any other god”.
Many of the young aspirants, mostly belonging to the upper-castes, vent their anger, for this general rule of reservation.
Two and a half months is what it took for the country’s leader to awaken from a self induced slumber to take action and make a statement.
To hear Dylan’s unfiltered vocals is a delight for any fan.
Junk food consumption is on the rise with the Indian middle class. So are related diseases...
"This mistrust of feminism is nothing but naked misogyny."
"Reporting for three months in the Bronx took me to a lot of places, and introduced me to a lot of people."
I wish I had some close, non-judgemental friend or a teacher to discuss it with.
Investigation in wonderland is risky and one must keep one’s cards close to one’s chest
Beautiful and bold, Kané’s Urmila is that feminist voice which has never really been heard.
These films may be described as a wakeup call to the conscience of the average viewer, but they never harp on being preachy or propagandistic.
It is the first time that Prime Minister Modi will be looked upon to make some decisions regarding climate change on the international stage.
If there is any sort of politics that is purposefully pointless, snobbish and condescending, it is that of the anti-theist.
In a country where “inclusion” is the emerging political mantra, an estimated 215 million Indians, are largely excluded from economic progress.
Some hilarious and satirical cartoons reflecting the uncharacteristic dominance of Kejriwal in the Delhi elections.