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The camera is on Muslim women

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Dehleez toh paar kar li hai, ab zamane se takrana hai. Peeche mud ke ab kya dekhoon, mujhe aage badhte jana hai. I have crossed the patriarchal boundary, now I have to fight the world Why should i look back… Continue Reading →

#India- Militant Durga Vahini Camp In India Is Training Young Women To Hate Themselves And Accept Their Weakness #WTFnews

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“Can you really hide your natural weakness or character as a woman?”posted on May 26, 2014, at 1:39 a.m. Tasneem NashrullaBuzzFeed Staff    The Durga Vahini is the women’s wing of a Hindu nationalist organization in India — the Vishwa… Continue Reading →

#Sundayreading – ‘En Dino Muzaffarnagar’ portrays the grisly outcome of electoral communalism

Film Review Saturday, 3 May 2014 – 4:55pm IST | Agency: DNA The film is a grim, cautionary tale “The Punjab seemed to have become a howling wilderness of beasts rather than a land of human beings. All humanity disappeared”,… Continue Reading →

Film on lingering trauma of Gujarat Riots 2002 by NRG Sisters

 | At a time where the controversial Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi, is running to be India’s next Prime Minister, Even the Crows explores the way in which his politics and Hindu nationalist ideology have polarised Gujarat along religious… 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 →

Kabir festival to add mystic flavour to Mumbai life

Sunday, Jan 5, 2014, 10:40 IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA DNA Correspondent 26 events based on the poet’s philosophy will draw fans from across the country starting January 8. Parvathy Baul, a celebrated Baul singer from West Bengal,… Continue Reading →

Oscar-nominated film on child slavery in India comes to Cannock, UK

by Sarah Giles on November 8, 2013 in Cannock News, What’s On An award-winning, Oscar-nominated short film is coming to Cannock to highlight the plight of thousands of children in India caught up in modern day slavery as bonded labourers. The film ‘Kavi’ won US director… Continue Reading →

Fight CNN’s Pro-Nuke Propaganda– Sign Petition #mustshare

Network to air one-sided advocacy for nuclear power October 25, 2013 On November 7, CNN will air the pro-nuclear power documentary Pandora’s Promise. The film tells one side of the nuclear debate, profiling a few people who were once critical of the nuclear… Continue Reading →

#India – The Challenge of depicting slain Human Rights Lawyer Shahid Azmi’s life on film#Sundayreading

Keeping it real By ANAND HOLLA, Mumbai Mirror | Oct 20, 2013, Shahid director Hansal Mehta on the challenge of depicting slain lawyer Shahid Azmi‘s life on film and finding comfort in reality. All through the muchacclaimed film, Shahid, based on the life… Continue Reading →

#India – Brainwashing in VHP’s Durga Vahini camp – The World Before her #Film #Sundayreading

  ‘It’s the brainwashing in VHP’s Durga Vahini camp that shocked me’   A young Indian girl at a militant training camp proclaims, “We have learned to use guns and we’ll use them if we have to. We will kill… Continue Reading →

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