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Peace with Pak.
Where do we draw the line?
FROM TIME to time, every society finds itself having to debate and determine what its members can be permitted to watch in movie halls, theatres and on television or what books and magazines to read. The more authoritarian the society's ...
To cut or not to cut
Slef-censorship, says same. Leave it to the audience, say others Marcus Dam on the buzz in Kolkata.
The stamp of (dis)approval
The Government has put various policing mechanisms in place at different levels, says Anita Joshua.
Creative or crass?
The debate on what separates creativity from sleaze rages on. Ziya us Salam surveys the Hindu cinema scene.
The politics of art
As the reach of the media has extended beyond the elites to the masses, the stakes of political paries and social organisation have also increased, writes Suresh Nambath.
Fighting `jehadis' at home
By Inder Malhotra
According to an old saying, no place is more remote and therefore more unfamiliar than that on the other side of the hill. To an extent this remains true even in this age of instant communication and round-the-clock television coverage. The ...
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