Anees Salim’s The Small-Town Sea is about a childhood interrupted by untimely death, departures and bereavement.
Demonetisation wreaked havoc upon the best quarter for advertisers but ad firms and media houses insist that the blip was a temporary one.
In ‘The Golden Legend’, Nadeem Aslam establishes a pattern of chaos followed by stillness, tragedy that leaves an exquisite sorrow and kindness in its wake.
‘Swing Time’ like its predecessors is intensely curious about race, but it is also curious about so much more than race, such as Fred Astaire, Ginger Rogers, ‘Ali Baba Goes to Town’ and Michael Jackson.
In Dharamshala, home to many Tibetans refugees, it is films preoccupied with an immigrant’s bid to live freely and be heard that draw the keenest throng of local filmgoers.
“A licensing system that presents photocopying as an infringement of copyrights, is detrimental to the interest of both authors and students.”
Platforms like African Storybook are helping children overcome academic difficulties by making culturally specific stories borderless.