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Laapata Ladies Nudges Us To Think Beyond The Binary Of Veiling Equals Erasure

Through Phool and Jaya, the movie has a reassuring message that empowerment doesn’t need to be one-size-fits all.

BY Quratulain Mushtaque

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Nagpur: The Ideological Heartland Of RSS

Counted as a powerful social-cultural organisation today, RSS also believes in the adage ‘catch them young’. Several schools run by it in the city have been the alma mater of many professionals, and its values are deeply ingrained in them.

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BY Barkha Mathur

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Elections 2024 LIVE: PM Modi Says Congress Deprived People Of Small Things; INDIA-bloc Says 'Will Fight Dictatorship' At Ranchi Rally

Elections 2024 LIVE: With each passing day, the electoral battle seems to be getting more intense with the political parties accusing each other for the peoples’ woes. On Sunday, amid soaring temperatures political pulse also jumped in the country with Prime Minister Narendra Modi during a rally in Rajasthan Jalore saying the country has ‘punished Congress for its sins’. Hitting back, Congress chief Mallikarjun Kharge during a rally in Madhya Pradesh’s Satna took a jibe at the BJP saying the return of ‘Modi-Shah’ will put ‘democracy in danger’. Meanwhile, INDIA-bloc leaders during ‘Ulgulan Nyay’ rally in Jharkhand’s Ranchi vowed to fight ‘dictatorship’ as the opposition leaders including Arvind Kejriwal and Hemant Soren continue to be languishing inside jails.

BY Trisha Majumder

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Review: Sarabjeet Garcha's 'All We Have' Wafts From The Threshold Of Thinking Into Intuition
Sondeep Shankar/Getty Images : Indian rights activist, bandit and politician Phoolan Devi (1963 - 2001) greets her well wishers standing on the roof of a bus she was travelling in to the surrender at Bhind, Madhya Pradesh, India - February 1983
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Photo by Sunny Shende via Getty Images : RSS workers take part in a foot march (Pathsanchalan) on the occasion of Vijay Dashmi Utsav celebration, on October 18, 2018 in Nagpur, India.
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Memory, Violence, And Disgust: Khalid Jawed's Tale Of Life And Loss

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'Laal Ayodhya': Pahlaj Nihalani Unveils Title Of Amarjeet Mishra's Film

On April 19, 2024, amidst much anticipation and excitement, Bollywood luminary and erstwhile Censor Board Chairman, Pahlaj Nihalani, unveiled the title of Amarjeet Mishra's upcoming cinematic venture, "Laal Ayodhya." The announcement was met with profound sentiments as Nihalani emphasized that the film transcends mere propaganda, delving into the realms of poignant storytelling.

BY IANS

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