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Close-ups in Hindi films

By close-ups in Hindi cinema, I don’t mean movies today (though these aren’t necessarily excluded), but primarily those of the Fifties, Sixties, and Seventies. In other words, films made in the midst of, marked by, and contributing to the music renaissance, the golden age of film songs. Many of us k...   | Read..
 
Letters to the Editor
Greenhouse effect
Sir — The Trinamul Congress wants to shun the colour red since it believes in its wisdom that red r ...  | Read.. 
 
Slow roads
Sir — Katwa is one of the busiest towns in West Bengal. It is an important town for three districts ...  | Read.. 
 
Word game
Sir — China is often portrayed as a ruthlessly efficient country whose sole objective is to replace ...  | Read.. 
 
EDITORIAL

SINGH’S SONG

The sigh of relief is almost audible. This is odd because the cause of the relief is the departure of an ally from a coalitio...   | Read..
 
DIARY
 
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SCRIPSI
We are all alone, born alone, die alone, and — in spite of True Romance magazines — we shall all someday look back on our lives and see that, in spite of our company, we were alone the whole way. I do not say lonely — at least, not all the time — but essentially, and finally, alone. This is what makes your self- respect so important, and I don’t see how you can respect yourself if you must look in the hearts and minds of others for your happiness. — HUNTER S. THOMPSON