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Under Modi, Hindu hardliners turn Indian theatre into a battleground

May 16 2019

NEW DELHI Five days after a suicide bomber killed 40 CRPF personnel in February in the Kashmir Valley, playwright and director Abhishek Majumdar was forced to cancel a play looking at the behaviour of Indian security forces in the disputed region.

Q&A: Adil Hussain and Rajesh Tailang on 'Delhi Crime'

Mar 26 2019

Actors Adil Hussain and Rajesh Tailang talk to Reuters about portraying policemen during the December 2012 gang rape investigation in a new Netflix series 'Delhi Crime’, safety in Delhi and the time when they were mugged.

Q&A: Sanitary napkins to condoms - Heyday founder Kanoria pitches for biodegradable products

Dec 20 2018

Deepanjali Kanoria was 24 when she quit her job as a financial consultant in New York and returned to India to pursue her dream of seeing her products on store shelves. She researched the FMCG sector and found the feminine hygiene segment ripe for disruption. Kanoria launched Heyday, a biodegradable sanitary napkin, in October 2017.

Movie Review - Vishwaroopam: Saga of faith in troubled times

Feb 04 2013

DELHI For a spy thriller that has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, "Vishwaroopam" is surprisingly tame.

Vishwaroopam: Saga of faith in troubled times

Feb 01 2013

DELHI For a spy thriller that has been in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, "Vishwaroopam" is surprisingly tame.

Book Talk: Booker nominee Thayil offers bleak Bombay portrait

Oct 11 2012

NEW DELHI Jeet Thayil, one of the nominees for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for the year's best novel in English, paints a stark portrait of Mumbai, or Bombay as he calls it, in his debut novel "Narcopolis".

Book Talk: Booker nominee Thayil offers bleak Bombay portrait

Oct 11 2012

NEW DELHI Jeet Thayil, one of the nominees for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for the year's best novel in English, paints a stark portrait of Mumbai, or Bombay as he calls it, in his debut novel "Narcopolis".

Book Talk: Booker nominee Thayil offers bleak Bombay portrait

Oct 11 2012

NEW DELHI, Oct 11 Jeet Thayil, one of the nominees for the 2012 Man Booker Prize for the year's best novel in English, paints a stark portrait of Mumbai, or Bombay as he calls it, in his debut novel "Narcopolis".

Book Talk: Urvashi Gulia debuts with road trip tale

Jul 05 2012

NEW DELHI A television reporter walks out of the newsroom after a spat with her boss, setting out on an impulsive road trip that eventually puts her life back on track.

Indian ex-journalist debuts with road trip tale

Jul 05 2012

NEW DELHI A television reporter walks out of the newsroom after a spat with her boss, setting out on an impulsive road trip that eventually puts her life back on track.

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