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Mahima Monga

Ethnicity, Race, Gender Should Not Be Barriers To Love: Dr. Anita Heiss

Mar 09, 2019 Mahima Monga

An Australian author and poet, Dr. Anita Heiss has seeped conversations surrounding social justice and identity into popular fiction. ‘Growing Up Aboriginal In Australia’, ‘Am I Black Enough For You?’, ‘Not Meeting Mr. Right’, are some of the many books Heiss has authored and edited.

Dark Side Of The #10YearChallenge

Jan 17, 2019 Mahima Monga

The evolution of physical, environmental changes around us revealed a lesser entertaining side to the #10YearChallenge widely popular on social media.


Six Best Films By Mrinal Sen

The iconic director and one of the pioneers of parallel cinema, Mrinal Sen passed away on Sunday in Kolkata, aged 95.

The Moustrap At 66: Mumbai Keeps The Secret Of Whodunit Locked

Dec 09, 2018 Mahima Monga

The Mousetrap is the longest running play all over the world for over 6 decades and has achieved many world records since 1952.


A Time Traveler’s Guide Through Penguin Classics: An Interview With Henry Eliot

Henry Eliot’s latest project ‘The Penguin Classics Book’ is a time traveler’s guide through all the books published in the Penguin Classics series.

01 December, 2018

World AIDS Day: Know Your Status, Heal With ART And Dismiss Taboos

Mahima Monga

As the theme for World AIDS Day 2018 is ‘Know Your Status’, what questions do we need to ask and what are the answers that we seek?


16 November, 2018

Each Caddy Was A Character Worthy Of A Story, Says UK Bridport Prize Winner Sanjay Kumar

Mahima Monga

‘The Fore Caddy’ written by V. Sanjay Kumar from Bangalore received the first prize at the prestigious UK Bridport Prize 2018.


03 November, 2018

'Sheher Ya Tum' Was Born When Conversations Weren't Enough To Express My Feelings: Karan Asnani

Mahima Monga

Short Film 'Sheher Ya Tum' made by filmmaker Karan Asnani won the Golden Gateway Award in the Dimensions Mumbai category at MAMI Film Festival.


10 October, 2018

World Mental Health Week: Rural India Releases Itself From The Qualms Against Mental Illnesses

Mahima Monga

Psychologists are working toward mental health education at a rural level aiding India’s overall progress.


24 September, 2018

From Rudaali To Daman: Kalpana Lajmi’s Movies Highlighted Aspects Of Womanhood

Mahima Monga

Kalpana Lajmi’s films exposed the reality of patriarchal norms and societal malpractices that affect a woman’s life.


08 September, 2018

Gender Sensitisation: Educate, Empathise And Unlearn

Mahima Monga

Egalitarian gender roles at home, judgement-free educational institutions and spaces that promote self-expression are the way forward.


30 August, 2018

Gender Based Online Abuse Rises As The Number Of Women Online Rises

Mahima Monga

The Online Safety Summit explores a consolidated approach to online safety and solutions to deal with fake news


29 August, 2018

Varun Khullar: The DJ Who Works His Wheels Well

Mahima Monga

DJ Aamish, the first differently abled DJ in India is making people groove and fulfilling his dream


27 August, 2018

Aretha Franklin: A Voice That Made Us Cry And Gave Us Strength

Mahima Monga

The Queen of Soul leaves us, but her music lives in our hearts forever


Photo Gallery

Students attend a class in a school after the Madhya Pradesh government allowed schools to reopen for 1st-5th classes after further ease in COVID-19 restrictions, in Jabalpur.

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Confiscated Rhinoceros horns being burnt in the presence of Assam CM Himanta Biswa Sarma to mark the World Rhinoceros Day, in Golaghat district.

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A health worker collects swab sample of a passenger for COVID-19 test, at Dadar Railway Station in Mumbai.

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Passengers queue up for Covid-19 testing after arriving at a railway platform on a long distance train at Dadar railway station in Mumbai.

PTI Photo/Kunal Patil

Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar rides a cycle along with ministers and MLAs, from the Chief Minister's residence to his office at the Civil Secretariat on the occasion of 'World Car-Free Day', in Chandigarh.

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Taliban: What’s Next For The International Community?

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