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Simply a storyteller: Mitra Phukan

It is my privilege to introduce, to those among you, who don’t know her, Mitra Phukan - a writer, author and thought leader - writes Read More

The Joy of Photography

Khalid Mohamed in conversation with multi-media professional, indie-filmmaker and still photographer Arin Paul on how to see t...

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From Bad Man to Matinee Men

Vinta Nanda crosses over from 2020 and opens 2021 with this interesting conversation with Roshmila Bhattacharya - about her bo...

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Contrary to Patriarchy, Adivasi Festivals are centered around Women

Tribals or Adivasis, as they are popularly known as a symbol of self-assertion, comprise of around 8.2 percent ...

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These Women Took On Male-Dominated Workplaces And Emerged Inspirational Winners!

Access to sustainable paid employment is the key to women’s empowerment and capacity to exercise control over their lives. The Beijing Platform for Action had underli...

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Retroscope: The Amazing Choir From Shillong

I schooled in the St. Joseph’s Convent on Bandra’s ​Hill Road. Opposite our school was the grand St.​Peter’s School. ​O​urs was strictly a girls&r...

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Retroscope - A Veritable Carnival

The 19th edition of CFSI’s festival turned out to be a veritable carnival, a feast of colourful sights and sounds.
Had I not gone, I would have missed the robust...

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Dr APJ Abdul Kalam Passes Away: Watch The Legend’s Biography By Mallika Sarabhai

Former Indian President Dr APJ Abdul Kalam passed away on July 27, 2015, of a heart attack. Also known as Avul Pakir Jainulabdeen Abdul Kalam, he was a scientist with the D...

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India Mourns Death Of Former President Abdul Kalam

One of India’s most popular presidents, Abdul Kalam, died Monday after he collapsed during a lecture to business management graduate students in the northeastern city...

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