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PAST FORWORD 2008
With fear and hope
While the politics of hate ran amok causing communal violence across the country, there were also a few signs of hope…
A Bausch dreamscape
Inspired by her love for India and her friendship with the late Chandralekha, Pina Bausch’s “Bamboo Blues”, which opened at Brooklyn Academy of Music’s prestigious Next Wave Festival, teases viewers into figure out the meaning for themselves.
‘Human emotions are universal’
Adoor Gopalakrishnan traces his journey in films beginning with “Swayamvaram”, three decades ago, and reaching a new landmark with the recent “Orum Pennum Randaanum”.
In the shadow of violence
Will the elections in J&K help deal with the crucial issue of human rights violations?
Room at the inn
It took a homecoming 28 years ago to realise that the spirit in which a gift is given is more important than the gift itself. That spirit is very much alive today in India…
Fear, rage and anger
As Mumbai comes to terms with the losses of 26/11, educationists and psychologists are worrying more about the effects of unrestrained telecast on young minds.
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