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#SundayReading – ‘Life can be a fairy tale… or a mess’, if you are a writer and surgeon

SWATI DAFTAUR Kavery Nambisan talks to the writer about her book A Town Like Ours, and juggling the roles of writer and surgeon. Pingakshipura — where the hair on children’s head has turned white and the water runs black —… Continue Reading →

Remembering Wilma: First modern woman chief of the Cherokee Nation

January 28, 2014 by Melissa McGlensey Director Charlie Soap with actors Kimberly Guerrero and Mo Brings Plenty Wilma Mankiller, the first modern woman chief of the Cherokee Nation, died four years ago this spring, but thanks to a determined effort by her family, friends… Continue Reading →

Press Release- Documentary film ‘Factories of Death and Despair”

Lucknow, 9 June.  A special screening and release function of ‘Factories of Death and Despair’ – the first documentary film presented by Arvind Memorial Trust was held here today at the UP Press Club. The film, produced by the audio-visual division of the… Continue Reading →

Indian Film on Tarapur Nuclear Project “High Power’ nominated for Yellow Oscar #mustshare

Documentary on Tarapur Nuclear Project affected people ‘High Power’ nominated for Yellow Oscar World Premier on 23rd May at Rio-de-Janerio, Brazil About 50 years ago India’s first nuclear power plant established at Tarapur. In the emotional patriotic feelings the locals happily… Continue Reading →

Delhi Cops after trying sexual assault say- ‘ This is just a trailor’ #VAW #WTFnews

An SOS message on my phone received from friend Jhuma Sen  from Delhi late last night says “Delhi Cops just tried to sexually assault me and beat me , while I was waiting  with a friend  outside 24 7  to… Continue Reading →

Delhi Govt Insults Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan by Naming Fish Market After Him #WTFnews

It is a matter of national shame that the insensitive authorities of the Delhi Government have so recklessly renamed the fish market at Ghazipur as Shaheed Ashfaqullah Khan Fish Market supposedly to honour the memory of this great son of India and famed Urdu poet. To set this… Continue Reading →

Invitation- #Mumbai- Theatre of the oppressed- ‘ Tapori” @2Feb

TAPORI Theatre-Art Performance Open for Rahiwasi Interaction The Theatre of Oppressed Zindabad! Umang theater group and YUVA (Youth for Unity and Voluntary Action) are proud to present before you the first performance on stage of TAPORI which has been performing street theatre in… Continue Reading →

# India – Applications invited for Radio stations

 ( ANY NGO, SOCIETY IF YOU GET IT,  THEN EMPLOY ME 🙂 Ministry of Information & Broadcasting, Government of India Registered User’s should Sign in for using the site In December 2002, the Government of India approved a policy for… Continue Reading →

#Goa- The year of Rapes : 50 cases this year #Vaw

By Murari Shetye, TNN | Dec 28, 2012, 03.17 AM IST PANAJI: The year 2012 started started with the betrayal of teacher-student relations. The first rape case of the year was registered against Kanhaiya Naik, a married art teacher, who allegedly raped his student…. Continue Reading →

#Bangalore- Kathalaya’s three day course on storytelling- Nov 27- Nov 29

Kathalaya has been traveling the length and breadth of the country since 1998 training teachers, representatives of non-governmental organizations, and parents to “Use story telling as an educational and communicative tool to effect a change in society”. Kathalaya works with… Continue Reading →

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