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'I want my life back'

Commentary

'I want my life back'

A bizarre saga of an icon alienated, emotionally abused, and financially controlled by her father.


Preetika Parashuraman

Will DD be the BBC of India?

Features

Will DD be the BBC of India?

DD International will be showcasing India globally on serious domestic and global issues.


Nivedita U

This Change Is Staring At Us

Commentary

This Change Is Staring At Us

It’s one thing to be caught unaware, and it’s another ball game to have science warn you with data and still live in blissful ignorance.


A Paradigm Shift in Performance Space

Commentary

A Paradigm Shift in Performance Space

Today's youth have broken the traditional norms of Indian classical dance, taking this niche upper-caste art to the masses by performing in public spaces.


 Delayed sowing brings a smile

News

Delayed sowing brings a smile

Heavy rainfall had brought paddy sowing to a halt. Both farmers and labourers are now happy after things normalize.


Atul Ranjan

The luxury of press freedom

Commentary

The luxury of press freedom

Newsrooms in developing countries grapple with challenges that threaten their very existence.


Anika Gomez

Thriving amidst tremors

Commentary

Thriving amidst tremors

Here are some of the challenges facing newsrooms in developing nations.


Arjun Iyer

Old school political drama pillared by solid acts

Features

Old school political drama pillared by solid acts

Touted to be the biggest Malayalam movie of the year, this Fahadh Faasil-starring flick builds on the evergreen themes of celluloid.


Anuj Sahebrao Rayate

Learn from home

Features

Learn from home

This couple from Bengaluru is helping underprivileged students to 'learn from home'


Akash Umesh Khandke

Need for reading the subtexts

News Analysis

Need for reading the subtexts

If read between the lines, the Pew report doesn't reflect India as a non-discriminatory and pluralist boat sailing smoothly.


Atul Ranjan

Saving birds with IFS Anand Reddy

Features

Saving birds with IFS Anand Reddy

“Children are the real agents of change, they are like blank slates who can change the world for good.”


Anuj Sahebrao Rayate

Market woes ahead of the festive season

Features

Market woes ahead of the festive season

The booking process for Ganesha idols begins in May. This year though, with the Ganesha festival just a few weeks away, the sculptors haven’t had a single booking yet.


Anuj Sahebrao Rayate