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Meet the Ravenshaw University students who made a documentary on Baji Rout

The founder of Kahaniyaan Candid Cinema talks about their film club, their web series and their documentary on Baji Rout

Published on 17th April 2019
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Lal Poster: Why you need to visit Gulal Salil's satire-laden art-politics page on Facebook

Gulal Salil, an Anthropology student at TISS, Guwahati runs an art page on FB that discusses poetry, politics, art-comics, cartoons, news analysis, film criticism, public/street and political/folk art

Published on 11th April 2019
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Why you need to watch Andrew Thomas' compelling short films ASAP

From juggling college and a design job to make short films, Andrew's filmmaking journey is one that beats most cinematic scripts. Check it out

Published on 3rd April 2019
Mugilan Missing

Haven't slept since then: One month on, how Mugilan's disappearance has affected TN's activists 

His fellow activists, SP Udayakumaran and Henri Tiphange speak about their friend, his disappearance and the theories that surround it

Published on 17th March 2019
Period. End of Sentence

If we can do it, then any girl in world can do it: Sneha, Suman of 'Period. End of Sentence' get rousing welcome 

The 26-minute short documentary, co-produced by Guneet Monga and directed by 25-year-old Rayka Zehtabchi, follows a group of women in Hapur, India

Published on 3rd March 2019
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JNU fund cut row: RTI reveals 72 per cent budget slash in top research facility

An RTI filed by the JNUSU President N Sai Balaji shows that the AIRF budget is slashed by Rs 25 Lakh. Researchers say that this is greatly affecting the quality of research 

Published on 23rd February 2019
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Why Pariplab Chakraborty's paintings of Kashmiri women could stop you from calling them terrorists ​

Pariplab Chakraborty, who calls himself a radical feminist hopes to change the narrative on the people living in the conflicted areas in the country  

Published on 18th February 2019
Ammi Najeeb JNU

'I feel happy to hear the whole country call me Ammi, just the way my Najeeb did'

Fatima Nafis has been fighting to find her son Najeeb Ahmed, who disappeared from JNU more than two years back. She shares her journey with us

Published on 12th February 2019
TISS researcher Dr BR Ambedkar

Here's how you can help this TISS scholar release her film BR Ambedkar Now and Then  

The TISS student has requested for 20 lakh rupees so she can finish the film she's writing on Ambedkar and she's crowdfunding to get to that mark

Published on 8th February 2019
Kanhaiya sedition JNU

Sedition case involving JNU students is exhaustive and is taking time, Rajya Sabha told

The police charged former JNU students Kanhaiya Kumar, Umar Khalid and Anirban Bhattacharya for allegedly shouting anti-India slogans during an event on the university campus on February 9, 2016

Published on 6th February 2019
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The Kochi Heritage Project aims to find the unwritten pages of history and bring it to the people

Johann Kuruvilla speaks about his journey in search of history and his hopes to pass it on to a newer generation

Published on 28th January 2019
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Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar (IFFB): Everything you need to know

This time the Indian Film Festival of Bhubaneswar is not only offering screentime to select student films, but will also award those which strike a chord with their jury

Published on 23rd January 2019
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  Delhi Police files chargesheet against JNU students sedition case, Kanhaiya calls it politically motivated

The charge sheet also contains CCTV footage, mobile footage and documentary evidence. The police have alleged that Kumar had incited the mob to shout anti-India slogans

Published on 14th January 2019
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How this 12-year old boy developed a ship to clean plastic from oceans and save animals from dying 

To fight against plastic waste, this 12-year-old from Pune has designed a ship that sucks pollutants from our seas and oceans.We find out how it works  

Published on 14th January 2019
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Hunger's Daughters: This compelling book by Bengaluru-based writer Nirmala Govindarajan​ is a must-read

This is the Bengaluru-based writer third book and inspired by her experiences of documenting rural life of young girls forced into labour and in some cases, also the flesh trade due to poverty

Published on 7th January 2019

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