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The lukewarm success of Amar Kaushik’s Stree comes as a pleasant surprise. The genre is brand new in the country,

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Remember when you would wait a whole week for one carefully crafted 30-minute episode of your favorite Indian drama? That

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When we were planning our Sri Lanka itinerary, I was advised to keep minimal time at Kandy. It is, after

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Let me draw your attention to a state flung far to the east of India. I wonder how many Indians

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I lived with my maternal grandparents for a couple of years as a kid. At the time, my parents hustled

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I saw Hannah Gadsby for the first time on the Australian TV series, Please Like Me. I was equal parts uncomfortable about

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The world watched in awe as the Japanese Football team bowed out of the Fifa World Cup 2018 with a

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