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From a Surat factory to Amnesty: An unusual journey

'My boss was a woman. Not any woman, she was a demanding, rude and foul-mouthed creature whom I liked immediately,' says Aakar Patel.Illustration: Uttam Ghosh/Rediff.com I began working at the age......

Why we don't read about dowry deaths any more

'The media, particularly the national media and especially the English media, do not report these stories any longer.''They have no interest in crime or human interest stories that do not concern......

'No idea can be anti-national'

'Not allowing people to speak or listen is the biggest act of anti-nationalism,' says Arvind Krishna Mehrotra, one of India's finest poets. Archana Masih/Rediff.com met the poet who is rock-star......

Meet the Mumbai lady in a Pakistani madrasa

IMAGE: Hemal Trivedi during the making of the documentary. Photograph courtesy: Hemal Trivedi/Facebook 'People in Pakistan opened their homes and hearts to me because I was an Indian. I didn't......

The Courageous Professor M M Kalburgi: A Tribute

'In today's India very few would, of course, stand Basavanna's test. This led Professor Kalburgi to not only take on casteist and conservative forces in general, but also some powerful......

Ads focus on older generation, joint family

A recent spate of advertisements has brought back the concept of the large Indian family, spanning generations, better known as the great Indian joint family. Through the 70s, 80s and even the 90s,......

Publishing: The man who busted major myths

Sixty-five-year-old Ramesh Chandra Agarwal is an unlikely rabble-rouser. The chairman of the Rs 960 crore (Rs 9.60 billion) DB Corporation is polite, speaks impeccable Hindi, remembers when he last......

Showcasing Gujarat, abroad

Rajiv Shah's appointment as Barack Obama's Under Secretary for Research, Education and Economics reminds us that there isn't any comprehensive study of the Gujarati diaspora. Though Shah's news......

Print media cos rationalise costs, job cuts afoot

Diligent Media that publishes the English daily DNA in Mumbai is launching its Bangalore edition on Friday. The company's CEO K U Rao says that the newspaper, priced at Rs 2.50, will enter a......

Young desis off the beaten track

When Sanjaya Malakar stood in a long queue for American Idol's audition on September 19, 2006, he had just one ambition: he wanted America to hear him. Keeping him company was Shyamali, his sister,......

'Everyday was a nightmare on the sets of Jaane Bhi Do Yaaro'

'Nobody laughed during the shooting. There were fights, swearing and what not. Tempers were high but the unit and the actors stayed on and, finally, the film was made.' 'But it was like riding a......

The Indian and Pakistani behind one of 2015's most important films

Hemal Trivedi, a Hindu filmmaker originally from India, and Mohammed Ali Naqvi, a Muslim from Pakistan, made one of this year's most talked about films. One of the most talked about films at this......

This is not an Agneepath review

Suparn Verma salutes the memory of Mukul Anand, who first made AgneepathWhen I came out watching the new Agneepath the one man who stayed with me for hours after the viewing was Rishi Kapoor.Rishi......

Tendulkar's autobiography crosses a record 200,000 copies

Sachin Tendulkar's autobiography Playing It My Way saw its launch in the national capital today as the event celebrated the book's crossing a record 200,000 copies. Present at the......

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