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The Unreserved: A peek into India's general compartment

Samarth Mahajan's most recent documentary The Unreserved, sheds light on India's general compartments

Published on 7th March 2017
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Vidhu Vincent's Manhole wins the Kerala Film Award for the Best Film and Best Director: Here's why it digs up the dirt on Kerala's manual scavenging problem

Vidhu Vincent's Manhole has won a lot of critical acclaim and it has opened up a lot of debate on how manual scavenging is still a stinking problem in God's Own Country

Published on 23rd February 2017
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It's time we acknowledge the presence of Tibetans, say student producers of the award-winning documentary 'Rangzen'

The film reveals a lot of the challenges that Tibetans living in India face on a daily basis

Published on 25th June 2017
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The penniless traveller and his tales: North Indians completely wrong about TN, not knowing Tamil is not a hurdle, people warm and friendly

Ansh Mishra decided to embark on the journey to prove that humanity is still left in the world

Published on 28th June 2017
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Jane of the Jungle: At 72, Diana Beresford-Kroeger still goes from continent to continent hunting for old trees. Here's why

Acclaimed scientist Diana Beresford-Kroeger takes us back to the moment when her love affair with trees began

Published on 16th July 2017
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After Sachin, Bajirao Mastani and Madras Cafe, Bishwadeep Chatterjee's name doesn't ring a bell, but his sound certainly does

When Bishwadeep Chatterjee was in Chennai recently, we set out to find the untold story of this National Award winner 

Published on 26th July 2017
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After Sachin, Bajirao Mastani and Madras Cafe, Bishwadeep Chatterjee's name doesn't ring a bell, but his sound certainly does

When Bishwadeep Chatterjee was in Chennai recently, we set out to find the untold story of this National Award winner 

Published on 24th July 2017
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This woman from Andhra Pradesh is giving shelter to girls who are shunned by their own families

Through her orphanage for abandoned girls— Aarti Homes—  Sandhya Puchalapalli is sensitising India towards the plight of its girl children  

Published on 19th September 2017
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Student Oscars 2016 semi-finalist Vivek R Nipani peeks behind the veil of patriarchy for his film A Story of Two Veils

Director Vivek Nilani, with his documentary, is attempting to give a voice to the voiceless women of Rajasthan and helping the society look beyond patriarchy.

Published on 21st September 2017
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EDEX COVERS: Indian Photo festival is around the corner and here is something you should know 

The Indian Photo Festival promises to be a fun-filled ride for everybody and will be held across multiple venues for 18 days. Edex catches up with a few photographers who will be a part of it

Published on 17th September 2017
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Detached from the Metro: Self-taught Photographer finds his love in capturing the 'Edges of India'

The 29-year-old documentary photographer, Krish Bhalla, showcased his works in Indira Gandhi National Centre to mark 'World Photography Day'

Published on 13th September 2017
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Remembering Gauri's politics of love, one month on: Why Pradeep K P wants to show Gauri Lankesh's life in a full-length movie soon

Pradeep K P has just made a documentary on his close friend, Gauri Lankesh, with the aim of showing the world who she truly was. It was screened at St Joseph's College in Bengaluru 

Published on 4th October 2017
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Learn how to fly drones for cinematic purposes from director Ravi Kiran Raju

Ravi Kiran Raju's next workshop will be held at Phoenix Arena in HITEC City. Don't miss it!

Published on 7th October 2017
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How Abdul Kalam inspired Sidds to dream beyond his cerebral palsy and love his life

A public speaker and Credit Specialist, Sidds is a man who is not letting his condition get in the way — something he proves with his first book Simply Being Sidds 

Published on 22nd November 2017
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These people are putting a smile on the faces of Indian kids with cleft lips

Akila Bharatha Mahila Seva Samaja currently concentrates on helping children getting rid of their cleft lips — this can transform the lives and faces children as they grow older

Published on 27th November 2017

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