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September 17, 2018

From the Salon to the Studio- The Impact of Technology

An extract from Jalsa Vidya Shah   Jalsa is a book on the journey of women performers in India from the salon to the studio. It gives insight into the beginning of the interface of technology and entertainment. The following is an excerpt from… Continue Reading →

Gujarat Govt’s ‘High-powered’ Plan to Bail out Adani, Tata, Essar’s Stranded Power Projects

Draft report proposes that “the burden of hardships” be borne by all stakeholders – developers, lending banks, and consumers. Abir Dasgupta, Paranjoy Guha Thakurta A draft report prepared by a high-powered committee appointed by the government of Gujarat has come up… Continue Reading →

Karnataka police joins dots between Gauri Lankesh and Kalburgi murders

The CID has sought warrants after preliminary investigations and an SIT report in the Gauri Lankesh case revealed that these two are allegedly linked to the Kalburgi murder plot. Written by Johnson T A | Bengaluru | The CID has moved a… Continue Reading →

Theatre of Absurd: Modi and the Dawoodi Bohra Pontiff

Irfan Engineer  The invite by the High priest of Dawoodi Bohras, a Shia Muslim sub-sect, to the Prime Minister Narendra Modi to address their religious congregation on 14th September 2018 on the occasion of Muharram, and that the PM should accept… Continue Reading →

India – Airline can’t leave behind flyers with boarding passes

Jehangir B Gai Kalpana and Swadesh Debbarma and their two minor children were booked on an Indigo Airlines flight from Kolkata to Agartala. They were issued boarding passes, but the flight took off without them. They approached the airline with… Continue Reading →

Mumbai – E-shopper loses ₹11k after sharing Aadhaar data

Sr Citizen Says Fraudster Had Info Of His Purchases On Fashion Site   Mumbai: A senior citizen who had e-shopped from a fashion portal last month did not think twice before parting with money when he got a call purportedly… Continue Reading →

Two women from Europe, northeast groped on train #Vaw

  Mumbai: Two women students of a prestigious Mumbai research institution, one a European and the other from a northeastern state, were recently groped in the general compartment of a local train. They even caught a pervert with his trousers… Continue Reading →

Women farmers suffer due to unequal land rights

Although they are often the actual cultivators, the lack of land rights among women farmers in Odisha has resulted in chronic distress because they are unable to get government loans or compensation over crop loss Basudev Mahapatra Nuapada, Odisha Since… Continue Reading →

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