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Gliding through the bumpy Highways of Life: Why Amar Maibam's film of truckers tell the real Manipur's story

Amar has had a stronger connection with the highways and truckers more than others. He was a bus conductor for around five years — from 1995 to 2000 

Published on 7th July 2020
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Five universities, 104 colleges connected through 'e-Granthalaya' in Uttarakhand

Question papers of the last 10 years of competitive examinations will also be made available through e-library so that it can help students in their preparation

Published on 1st July 2020
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What The Unsung tells you about the disappearing Halakki Vokkaligas of Karnataka

Sarah Thomas' documentary captures the ethos of a dying tribe, the Halakki Vokkaligas, and their long and hard battle to be included in the Scheduled Tribes list

Published on 24th June 2020
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Created turmoil and imperiled national security: Delhi Police on Jamia student, Safoora Zargar seeking bail

In its status report, Delhi Police said that the accused was part of the conspiratorial design to not only cause disaffection but also the use of any means to cause death and injury to persons

Published on 22nd June 2020
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For a lockdown documentary, this Odia cinematographer crowdsourced footage from across the world

Crowdsourced documentary Lockdown in a Day depicts the everyday life of people and what they did while staying at home. It is 15 minutes and 43 seconds long and aptly depicts a lot of emotions 

Published on 21st June 2020
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Striking gold in Thariode: How this director's yen for history led to this documentary

Nirmal Baby Varghese, the director of the documentary Thariode speaks about the history of gold mining in Kerala and the international actors who will be part of his feature film

 

Published on 20th June 2020
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14-year-old makes short film on the roads at night in Kochi amid lockdown

Sreehari Rajesh, a 10th standard student, shot and edited the documentary while traveling with his father, Rajesh Ramakrishnan, for voluntary work of supplying food to the needy people 

Published on 15th June 2020
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This Bengali filmmaker's debut film on railway hawkers is an eye-opener. Check it out

Budding filmmaker Chandan Biswas talks about his first film, Running Hawker, and why he took up editing rather than directing

 

Published on 6th June 2020
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Why every coffee enthusiast should look out for the documentary 'C for Coffee'

The documentary C for Coffee focuses on the state of coffee in our country and how it affects the lives of several people who are dependent on it, we find out more

Published on 27th May 2020
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This documentarian takes a look back at nature through a film shot entirely on her father's organic farm

Jahanvi Patel's 13-minute documentary was shot entirely on her father's farm where she tries to capture the magic and importance of organic farming

Published on 20th May 2020
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Bois, skip the locker chatter: How peer pressure can encourage objectification of the opposite sex

The Coach speaks about peer pressure and the culture resulting from it which promotes the objectification of the opposite sex 

Published on 16th May 2020
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This Kannada short film that highlights four superstitions in the Garden City, was filmed in just two days!

Nam Devaru Aathara is a Kannada short film on four superstitions, all based on one common thread - religious faith manipulation

Published on 12th May 2020
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This Kerala student's film on Varanasi and death won him a Royal Television Society Award. But he can't receive it courtesy the lockdown

Jithin Majeed made the documentary Moksha in 2019, while he was studying in Regent's University London. It was shot entirely in Varanasi

Published on 11th May 2020
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Tungrus and the Chicken From Hell: Why you must check out this documentary that made it to the Oscars

The Bhardes, a family of four living in Mumbai, reside in their cramped yet cosy apartment with their two cats — Ginger and Garlic — and a boisterous rooster that has made their lives hell

Published on 9th May 2020
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Here's how Attappadi's tribal students have brought their talents online during the COVID-19 lockdown

Thanks to the Attappadi Special Project and Kudumbashree, the students can be seen performing and creating art every day from 7.30-8 pm through Facebook live

Published on 24th April 2020

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