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Juxtaposing the resilience of Jews in India with artwork of Siona Benjamin (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 13 (IANS) This book is a double delectation. Its an inspiring chronicle of the resilience of the Jewish community in India over the centuries and a tribute to the artwork of Siona Benjamin, who grew up in Mumbais Bene Israel community and whose extensive portfolio reflects her background of being born Jewish in a country that is predominantly Hindu and Muslim but also gives ample space to other religions to flourish.
2021-09-13
Category: India, Delhi,National,Politics,Religion,Immigration/Law/Rights,Art/Culture/Books
There's no possibility of joining hands with SAD: Dushyant Gautam (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 12 (IANS) A year after one of its oldest ally Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) snapped ties over three new farm laws, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has ruled out any possibility of revival of its alliance ahead of the 2022 Punjab Assembly polls.
2021-09-12
Category: India, Delhi,National
'Indian Army's Special Forces are about pure soldiering' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 9 (IANS) The Indian Army's elite Special Forces are all about "pure soldiering" without the "stiffness" and "spit and polish" of the infantry, says Abhay Narayan Sapru, who served with the "Maroon Berets" for 10 years, rising to the rank of Major and earning a Sena Medal for Gallantry in the process and opted out once he'd had his "fill of combat".
2021-09-09
Category: India, Delhi,National
Bhumi Pednekar: I'm a little shy about calling myself a star (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 9 (IANS) On her debut in 2015, Bhumi Pednekar took critics by surprise, and won awards, by playing an overweight bride who speaks up for her rights in the romantic comedy 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha'. Since then, Bhumi Pednekar has given a string of hits with meaningful cinema.
2021-09-09
Category: India, Delhi,Cinema/Showbiz,Bollywood
Saif Ali Khan: Horror comedy genre in danger of getting over exposed (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 8 (IANS) His one-liners set the audience rolling on the floor laughing with his performance as 'Boris' in 'Go Goa Gone' and he is now all set to tickle the funny bone once again with his performance in 'Bhoot Police', a horror comedy, a genre which actor Saif Ali Khan feels is in danger of getting over exposed.
2021-09-08
Category: India, Delhi,Cinema/Showbiz,Bollywood
Enrique Arce says people will like Arturo from 'Money Heist' in retrospect (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) Love him or hate him but you surely cannot miss Arturo Roman from the popular Netflix series 'Money Heist. Ever since the show gained popularity, Arturo has been one of the most discussed characters on social media.
2021-09-04
Category: India, Delhi,Cinema/Showbiz,Hollywood
China's veil of secrecy - A threat to the future of mankind (Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 4 (IANS) From the source of Covid-19 to the efficacy of its vaccines, Chinese failure to disclose facts puts the world in danger. Amesh Adalja, a Senior Scholar at the Johns Hopkins University Center for Health Security, answers some of the related queries.
2021-09-04
Category: International, India,International
Under attack for 'Tuck Jagadish' OTT release, Shiva Nirvana says team had no alternative (IANS Interview) (Ld)
Hyderabad, Sep 3 (IANS) When director Shiva Nirvana started shooting for 'Tuck Jagadish' with Nani and other actors in February last year, he had never imagined that the intense family drama he was making wouldn't hit the big screen.
2021-09-03
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,Cinema/Showbiz,Southern Cinema
Disappointed at not being able to release 'Tuck Jagadish' in theatres: Shiva Nirvana (Interview)
Hyderabad, Sep 3 (IANS) When director Shiva Nirvana started shooting for 'Tuck Jagadish' with Nani and other actors in February last year, he had never imagined that the intense family drama he was making wouldn't hit the big screen.
2021-09-03
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,Cinema/Showbiz,Southern Cinema
'Tuck Jagadish' is my return gift to fans: Nani (IANS Interview)
Hyderabad, Sep 2 (IANS) Leading Tollywood actor Nani believes that 'Tuck Jagadish', releasing on Amazon Prime Video on September 10, will be his return gift to family audiences who always showered him with love and support.
2021-09-02
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,Cinema/Showbiz,Southern Cinema
'Saffron' completes 'Colours' dance film trilogy of Srikanth, Savitha Sastry (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Sep 1 (IANS) Drawing inspiration from the National Flag, "Saffron" completes the "Colours" short-film trilogy of husband-wife duo A.K. Srikanth and Savita Sastry that juxtaposes the ideals of the tricolour to the state of women today.
2021-09-01
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'Shang-Chi' star Awkwafina talks about inclusivity in Hollywood and acting in Hindi films (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 31 (IANS) In just five years, American actress, rapper and comedian Awkwafina has become a popular name with her performances in films such as 'Crazy Rich Asians', 'Jumanji: The Next Level', 'Paradise Hills', 'The Farewell', and now, she's the newest entrant into the ever-growing Marvel universe with 'Shang-Chi and The Legend Of The Ten Rings'.
2021-08-31
Category: India, Delhi,Cinema/Showbiz,Hollywood
Female TV anchor who interviewed first Taliban spokesman has left Afghanistan
New Delhi, Aug 30 (IANS) Afghan TV anchor, Beheshta Arghand, who made history by interviewing a Taliban spokesman on air has left the country.
2021-08-30
Category: International, India,Indo-Pak/Pakistan
'Family values, religious sanctity keep Indian marriages together' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 23 (IANS) A strong sense of family values and religious sanctity are two important factors that keep marriages together, says Kiran Chadha, a former bureaucrat, writer, motivational speaker, philanthropist and adventure lover, who points out that 99 per cent of marriages stay alive in India against just 60 per cent globally.
2021-08-23
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
Looking to play for USA in a couple of years: Unmukt Chand (Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 19 (IANS) Batsman Unmukt Chand, who burst into the limelight after leading India to an under-19 World Cup win in 2012, and was anointed as the next superstar, has had a roller-coaster career in India that prevented him from making the senior India team which, due to his talent, he was expected to.
2021-08-19
Category: India, Delhi,Sports,Cricket
'Accelerating India' evaluates 7 years of Modi government (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 19 (IANS) The annual budget actually does not inform people beyond telling them how much money is proposed to be spent on what. It also gives the amount of money spent the previous year. But all the money spent means nothing in the light of what Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi said in the 1980s that for every rupee spent only 16 paise reaches people. That being so, has Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government delivered anything better?
2021-08-19
Category: India, Delhi,National
'My Own Mazagon' a delight for connoisseurs of social change (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 17 (IANS) It was one of seven islands that once upon a time grew mangoes for the Mughals. With the coming of the British, the archipelago in which Mazagon and the six other islands lay was painstakingly reclaimed to make up the city of Bombay (now Mumbai) and was the "Jewel in the Crown" till the focus shifted to the Malabar Hill downtown south.
2021-08-17
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'Aerial combat may gradually fade away' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 14 (IANS) For a fighter pilot, an aerial dogfight is the ultimate test of his flying skill to outwit and shoot down an enemy aircraft. That skill may soon be lost due to the evolution of advanced weapon systems, says Air Marshal Anil Chopra (retd), who has authored a path-breaking book on 25 Air Aces from around the world who have left an indelible mark on the history of air warfare.
2021-08-14
Category: India, Delhi,National
Jackie Shroff on playing war correspondent in 'The Interview: Night of 26/11'
Mumbai, Aug 12 (IANS) Jackie Shroff is all set to portray a war correspondent in the the Hindi remake of the Dutch film 'The Interview'. The actor tagged starring in the movie titled 'The Interview: Night of 26/11' as a good opportunity and shared details about his character.
2021-08-12
Category: India, Maharashtra,Cinema/Showbiz,Bollywood
Examining the leadership skills of Indian Prime Ministers (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 12 (IANS) There are any number of systematic psychographic studies in the US context that investigate the dispositional traits of demagogic and political leaders that are often put to use to convincingly sway the voters and curry favours - favours that often cost and defeat human logic ? as perhaps happened when Donald Trump won his Presidential election.
2021-08-12
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'The jungle came alive and became an intimidating adversary' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 10 (IANS) It's a teen versus wild memoir and a survival adventure "that has stood the test of time for me, but if you scratch the surface, it is many other things too," says filmmaker-author Nidhie Sharma, who, as a 13-year-old, led a group of six children out of the treacherous jungles of Tawang in Arunachal Pradesh after an ill-advised shortcut to a picnic spot went horribly wrong and has now penned the saga in "Invictus - The Jungle That Made Me" (Pan).
2021-08-10
Category: India, Delhi,National
Biopic can wait, want to focus on the game for now: Neeraj Chopra (Interview)
Tokyo, Aug 9 (IANS) Neeraj Chopra, who made history on Saturday by winning India's first-ever gold medal in athletics at the Olympics, is now setting sight on next year's Asian Games, Commonwealth Games and the World Championships. Excerpts from an interview with the star Indian athlete:
2021-08-09
Category: International, Japan,Sports,Athletics
'India's insolvency and arbitration laws evolving' (IANS Interview
New Delhi, Aug 9 (IANS) India's laws relating to insolvency and arbitration are in sync with global practices, but are not a "cure for all problems" and would undergo reform over time to keep pace with the needs of the economy, says Vivek Sood, a Senior Advocate of the Supreme Court who has authored the first comprehensive book on the two statutes.
2021-08-09
Category: India, Delhi,National
When isolation sparks the entrepreneurial spirit (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 4 (IANS) It's located in the small town of Pilani in the northern Indian state of Rajasthan with a population of around 30,000 but occupies a pre-eminent position among India's institutions of higher learning. Away from the distractions of a big city provides for a focused academic environment and the birth of some ingenious ventures driven by highly motivated and compassionate individuals, say the authors of a book that details the remarkable achievements of alumni of the Birla Institute of Technology and Science (BITS) in their pursuit of "meaningful success".
2021-08-04
Category: India, Delhi,National
Mind crunching with 6 top-notch CFOs to unravel their successes (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, Aug 2 (IANS) A Chief Financial Officer (CFO) has traditionally been seen as a serious, introverted bean counter but a new book reveals the unconventional ways in which six of these top notchers have shaped their careers and the role they played in the 100x growth of their organisations.
2021-08-02
Category: India, Delhi,National
'Steadfast self-belief, meticulousness propelled Uncle Pai's astounding results' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 29 (IANS) Atal Bihari Vajpeyee was known to choose his words carefully which explained his long pauses between sentences. Thus, when he once declared that after Jawaharlal Nehru, Anant Pai, the creator of the iconic Amar Chitra Katha (ACK) comics and Tinkle magazine, was perhaps the second favourite "uncle" of Indias children, it was no off-the-cuff remark.
2021-07-29
Category: India, Delhi,National,Features,Art/Culture/Books
'Dissolve mental blockages to achieve your true potential' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 26 (IANS) Most humans tend to aim high but run into a mental block when it comes to striving to achieve their aspirations. One needs to dissolve the apprehensions and scepticism that causes such blocks to tap one's true potential and be prepared for whatever life throws at you, says Anand Saxena, who served in the Indian Army for 32 years before retiring as a Major General and has now written a book detailing nine mantras that prove the importance of creative visualisation and positive affirmation in taking you to your goals.
2021-07-26
Category: India, Delhi,National
Administration's fear led to reverse exodus in Bengal: Dilip Ghosh (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Going by the results of the Assembly elections held in West Bengal earlier this year, it can be safely said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has emerged as the principle opposition party in the eastern state.
2021-07-23
Category: India, Delhi,National,Politics
'Decolonize your bookshelves, beauty standards, minds' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 23 (IANS) Anasuyabai Kale played an active role during the freedom movement for which she was jailed and refused to apologise in return for being released. One of Indias first women parliamentarians, she was the inspiration for her great-granddaughter Supriya Kelkars debut novel "Ahimsa".
2021-07-23
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'Commonsense solutions are not always politically correct' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 19 (IANS) Some 30 years ago, American author and relationship counsellor John Gray had created quite a stir with his path-breaking book "Men Are From Mars, Women Are From Venus". Positioned as a practical guide for improving communication and getting what you want in your relationships, its premise was that the basic cause of relationship problems between men and women were the result of their psychological differences ? that they belonged to different planets and that each gender was dependent on its planets society and customs and not to those of each other.
2021-07-19
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
Can scrapping interviews obviate corruption in APPSC recruitment?
Amaravati, July 18 (IANS) Scrapping the interview stage of all Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) examinations has come as a surprise, eliciting mixed reactions from leading competitive examination trainers and aspirants.
2021-07-18
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,National,Politics
Don't reveal caste during interview, Delhi Minister urges UPSC
New Delhi, July 16 (IANS) Delhi Social Welfare Minister Rajendra Pal Gautam on Friday urged the Union Public Service Commission (UPSC) that the interview board should not be made aware about the caste of candidates before it.
2021-07-16
Category: India, Delhi,National,Politics,Immigration/Law/Rights
'What are we if not our memories?' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 10 (IANS) Everything in our lives warps and unravels with the passage of time, says P.A. Chawla, a fan of T.S. Eliot, which explains her nom de plume, of her new book, "The Slow Disappearing" ? part memoir and three parts fiction that suggests fading relationships as well as a fading memory ? the writing of which she describes as a "wonderfully cathartic experience".
2021-07-10
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
Bisleri eyes major e-commerce headway amid the pandemic (Interview)
New Delhi, July 7 (IANS) As offline businesses remain impacted amid the pandemic, Bisleri plans to go big with its e-commerce plans and enhance its online portfolio into more tier-2 cities.
2021-07-07
Category: India, Delhi,Business/Economy
'Feel humbled to shed light on Kashmiri Pandit narrative' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 7 (IANS) Writing a book on the exodus of the Kashmiri Pandits was "very emotional" because of the "ghastly details" that came to the fore and 16-year-old Anushka Dhar feels "humbled" to have shed light on the tribulations of a community forced to leave their homeland three decades ago. An eternal optimist, she also hopes to settle down in Kashmir someday, describing this as a "a full-circle moment" if and when it happens.
2021-07-07
Category: India, Delhi,National
A refreshingly candid perspective on the Tata empire (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, July 2 (IANS) It has its origins in the Harvard University PhD thesis of Mircea Raianu, a historian of global capitalism and modern South Asia and currently Assistant Professor of History at the University of Maryland, who was "struck by the extraordinary continuity and resilience" of the Tata conglomerate "from its origins in the mid-19th century to its current position of importance to the Indian economy in the early 21st century".
2021-07-02
Category: India, Delhi,National
Calcutta HC stays upper primary teachers' interview in Bengal
Kolkata, June 30 (IANS) In a setback for the West Bengal government, the Calcutta High Court, on Wednesday, stayed the interview process of upper primary teachers, admitting that there was lack of transparency in the interview list. With this the recruitment of around 14,500 teachers in the upper primary section is in jeopardy.
2021-06-30
Category: India, West Bengal,National,Education,Immigration/Law/Rights,Politics
'China eyes strategic opportunity in its exercise of power' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 28 (IANS) Its a scholarly work that grew out of the inherent curiosity of Manoj Kewalramani, one of Indias foremost analysts studying Chinese politics, foreign policy and approaches to new technologies. Not only does it examine threadbare the Communist Party of Chinas approaches to cultivating sources of strength and exercise of power in a post-pandemic world, but also contains forceful lessons for India that the moral or values-based propositions being hitherto followed need to be backed by hard power - economic and military.
2021-06-28
Category: India, Delhi,National,Diplomacy,Art/Culture/Books
Andhra scraps interview process for public service exams
Amaravati, June 26 (IANS) Aimed at bringing complete transparency in Andhra Pradesh Public Service Commission (APPSC) recruitment, government on Saturday annulled interview procedure in the selection process.
2021-06-26
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,National,Education,Politics
Prithviraj: We're missing a happy film in Malayalam cinema lately (IANS Interview)
Kochi, June 23 (IANS) Malayalam star Prithviraj Sukumaran acknowledges the industry has been missing "happy films", and the reason is the contained environment under which everyone has been living over the last one and a half year.
2021-06-23
Category: India, Kerala,Cinema/Showbiz,Southern Cinema
'Historical fiction gives unencumbered access to art of storytelling' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 21 (IANS) As one walks through the ruins of Nalanda, every stone speaks of a bygone era that asks to be kept alive in our collective consciousness, says the multi-faceted Shivani Singh of her captivating historical thriller that is a fascinating tale of how one of the worlds most ancient universities got destroyed.
2021-06-21
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'Self-esteem the reason we can't achieve our fullest potential' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 18 (IANS) Describing her journey as "a creative pursuit in unexpected directions" Shobha Nihalani, the Hong Kong-based writer of thriller, adventure and dream novels -- and life coach -- says venturing into the self-help genre for her new book made her realize that self-esteem is the reason why we feel stuck or are unable to achieve our fullest potential.
2021-06-18
Category: India, Delhi,National,Human Interest/Society,Art/Culture/Books
HC stays Andhra Group 1 examination interviews
Amaravati, June 17 (IANS) The Andhra Pradesh High Court on Wednesday issued a four-week stay on the conduct of the state Public Service Commission Group 1 examination interviews that were scheduled to begin from Thursday.
2021-06-17
Category: India, Andhra Pradesh,National,Immigration/Law/Rights,Politics
Is the world headed for Cold War 2 - this time between the US and China? (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 16 (IANS) Is the world headed for Cold War 2 more than three decades after the collapse of the Soviet Union? The contours were first visible just before the outbreak of the coronavirus pandemic in a bitter trade war that erupted between the US and China and seemed to have taken a backseat as the world struggles to control the spread of the virus. However, US President Joe Biden's remarks backing NATO and QUAD to control China has again stoked the fires of what could happen in the 'new normal'.
2021-06-16
Category: India, Delhi,National
India not fulfilling in-cash contribution for ITER fusion reactor: Bigot (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 15 (IANS) India is consistently delivering in-kind contribution to the world's largest first-of-its-kind upcoming fusion reactor ITER in southern France. But India has not been fulfilling in-cash contribution, said its Director-General Bernard Bigot on Tuesday.
2021-06-15
Category: India, Delhi,National,Science/Tech,Technology
A stream of consciousness that grew into a volume of poetry (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 10 (IANS) Ayesha Chenoy, a successful investment banker who won the prestigious Adam Smith Prize for economics at Cambridge, served stints at Merrill Lynch, UBS Global Asset Management and Credit Suisse before cofounding in 2013 an advertising agency that she says empowers brands and help them build their digital real estate: a universe of interactive and immersive experiences.
2021-06-10
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books
'Pandemic a huge lesson for govts to redefine idea of development' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, June 5 (IANS) From dentistry to animation to promoting environmental issues through illustrations and cartoons, the world has come full circle for Rohan Chakravarty, whose new book "Green Humour for a Greying Planet" (Penguin) has just been published and who fervently hopes the pandemic will come as a "huge lesson" for governments worldwide to redefine their concepts of development.
2021-06-05
Category: India, Delhi,National,Environment/Wildlife,Health/Medicine
US rights activist helped vaccine allotment to India: Vijay Prabhakar (IANS Interview)
Chennai, June 4 (IANS) Eminent American civil rights activist Reverend Jesse Jackson Seniors efforts have paved the way for US Vice President Kamala Harris calling up Prime Minister Narendra Modi and announcing to allocate Covid vaccines doses to India, said Vijay Prabhakar, an noted Public Health Expert in Chicago.
2021-06-04
Category: India, Tamil Nadu,National,Diaspora,Diplomacy,Health/Medicine
Belarusian TV airs interview with jailed activist
Minsk, June 4 (IANS) Belarusian state television has aired a long interview with imprisoned government critic Roman Protasevich for the first time since he was jailed after being offloaded a Ryanair flight on May 23.
2021-06-04
Category: International, Belarus,Politics
'Simple application of Ayurveda can transform one's daily life' (IANS Interview)
New Delhi, May 31 (IANS) Our bodies are intelligent systems designed to keep most diseases at bay, but we must pay more attention to the signals they give us. Listening to our bodies allows for true restoration through Ayurveda, which has so much to offer and its simple application can transform one's daily life, says Dr G.G. Gangadharan, who, for over three decades, has championed this sound, scientific framework of healthcare that has saved countless lives over 5,000 years.
2021-05-31
Category: India, Delhi,National,Art/Culture/Books