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Celebrating Human Rights is a simultaneous duty and privilege – we owe our citizens the fruits of freedom, most of all to those whose dreams of ‘rights’ have been eclipsed in our country’s abhorrent prisons
With an array of original content, Netflix can expect a massive boost in its Indian subscriber figures. Here are five upcoming Netflix India original series that are sure to have you hooked!
In their recently released book, Bhopal Gas Tragedy, After 30 Years, Sunita Narain and Chandra Bhushan reach the depths of India’s first tryst with an industrial tragedy and its lingering impacts that are experienced even three decades later. Excerpts:
Since its inception on July 1, 2017, GST has impacted politics, economics and commerce. It has also perhaps been the most irksome for the ordinary Indian citizen. In his new book, GST: Explained for the Common Man, author Sumit Dutt Majumder painstakingly discusses the nuances of this mammoth tax upheaval that has drastically altered the functioning of the Indian polity. Excerpts:
With some of the greatest compositions of all time, Ghulam Mohammed carved an irreplaceable niche for himself in the world of commercial cinema that few will ever replicate
Striking a balance between development and environmental sustenance has ignited many debates without concrete solutions – it's time to apply brakes on swift development and rethink ideas of prosperity with an eye towards achieving global sustainable developmental goals
Ashwini Attri, Deputy CAG in the office of Comptroller & Auditor General, is also an amateur photographer perfectly balancing his work and passion with great perseverance
The Durga Puja carnival on Kolkata’s Red Road is a spectacle – alongside gorgeous idols and captivating performances, there is an equal emphasis on propagating essential values of social harmony.