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Vipasha Kaushal

Vipasha Kaushal

Recreating women empowerment

Recreating women empowerment

February 19, 2020

In a befitting tribute to one of India’s greatest painters, Raja Ravi Varma, a Chennai-based photographer G. Venket Ram has recreated 12 of Varma’s iconic paintings into photographs, in line with the theme of ‘celebrating the spirit of Indian Womanhood’. The project was taken up under the NAAM Charitable Trust, founded by actor-filmmaker Suhasini Maniratnam, […]

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Lesser known heritage jewels of India

Lesser known heritage jewels of India

February 11, 2020

Though India has 6th largest number of sites in the world, recognised as World Heritage Site by UNESCO, tourists mainly flock to a handful, while a large number of other jewels of Indian heritage remain largely unexplored.

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Union Budget 2020-21: Empowering the Digital Economy
Coronavirus epidemic

Coronavirus epidemic

February 3, 2020

With three identified cases of coronavirus in the returnees from Wuhan, is India up to the mark in tackling this menace? Is India equipped with the necessary healthcare capabilities required to prevent, detect, and rapidly respond to a public health emergency? The second airlift from China that brought back around 300 Indians on Sunday, makes […]

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Disappearing Naga Literature

Disappearing Naga Literature

February 3, 2020

Naga literature has traditionally been passed over the generations orally.  However, with the tribes moving outside Nagaland in search of jobs and new settlements, the rich Naga literature stands on the verge of disappearance. Easterine Kire, who happens to be the first one to document Naga literature in English with her  1982 book Kelhoukevira, shares […]

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A wrap up of the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival

A wrap up of the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival

January 28, 2020

Already a benchmark for literary festivals in Asia, the 13th edition of Jaipur Literature Festival that concluded on Monday in the pink city had a lot on its plate. From climate change and socio-economic challenges to regional literature, the festival also addressed the ongoing anti-government protests across India. With 226 sessions in 15 Indian and […]

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The women warriors of Shaheen Bagh

The women warriors of Shaheen Bagh

January 22, 2020

For nearly two months now, hundreds of women, many of them grandmothers, have been leading a peaceful protest against the controversial Citizenship Amendment Act in a part of New Delhi that has become icon of the rebirth of peaceful resistance against an autocratic power, exactly as Mahatma Gandhi had led the agitation against the British […]

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Gateway of Gateways

Gateway of Gateways

January 8, 2020

Overlooking the Mumbai harbour and bordered by the Arabian Sea in the Colaba district, the Gateway of India is located at the tip of Apollo Bunder in the commercial capital of India. As the top tourist destination in Mumbai, here are some of the several reasons for tourists to not skip the Gateway of India […]

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JNU attacks strengthen students’ resolve

JNU attacks strengthen students’ resolve

January 6, 2020

The latest attack on the JNU is likely to strengthen the resolve of students nationwide to carry on with their protests.

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A solitary welcome to the New Year

A solitary welcome to the New Year

December 27, 2019

Looking for an escape from the rumpus of the shimmery manner of modern New Year celebrations? Media India Group brings to you a combination of four calm yet enticing places that one can choose to celebrate the arrival of New Year.         1. Khajjiar Looking forward to spend the New Year enjoying a […]

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Delhi’s Christmas celebrations

Delhi’s Christmas celebrations

December 26, 2019

Plum cakes, candles, bells, stars, gifts, and delightfully dressed up Christmas trees and Santa Clauses merrily commanded the streets of Delhi, as the city irresistibly drenched itself in the Christmas vibe. Media India Group captured the cheering festive warmth across Delhi & NCR. The capital city of India witnessed the charm of the festival with […]

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Hidden treasures in Himachal

Hidden treasures in Himachal

December 23, 2019

A vacation in the mountains typically brings about a feeling of being close to nature and away from the conundrum of chaos and crowds. However, with the growing number of tourists, the feeling is somewhere lost. So take the road less travelled and discover the hidden treasures of Himachal Pradesh, to fancy the little wonders […]

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