Saturday, October 24, 2020

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    Trepan Singh Chauhan: An Inspiration for Socially Committed Youth

    Social activist Trepan Singh Chauhan’s tremendous contributions to the world of social movements shall continue to be celebrated several years after his death.

    With Swami Agnivesh’s Death, We Have Lost a Strong and Persistent Voice for Justice...

    Swami Agnivesh’s death has left behind a massive void but his contributions for the welfare of the toiling masses and his commitment to social change continue to be cherished.

    The Spearheading Protector of Constitution’s ‘Basic Structure’, Kesavananda Bharati Passes Away

    Kesavananda Bharati highlighted through his petition that although the Constitution can be amended, its basic structure cannot be changed.

    Renowned Poet Rahat Indori Passes Away

    Rahat Indori was a well-known Urdu poet, popular for his poetic sensibilities and sharp wit.

    A Tribute to Ilina Sen: An Ardent Spokesperson for the Marginalised and Subaltern

    Activist and champion of tribal rights, Ilina Sen passes away after a prolonged battle with cancer.

    The Doyen of Indian Theatre Ebrahim Alkazi Passes Away

    Renowned Theatre Director Ebrahim Alkazi Dies at the Age of 94

    Renowned dancer Amala Shankar died in Kolkata at the age of 101

    Amala Shankar learned dance during the 1930s and became one of the first women performers on the public stage. She was the wife of famous dancer Uday Shankar, who popularized the Indian fusion dance form across the world.
    Film Maker Basu Chatterjee

    On Basu Chatterjee and the Poetry of His Cinema

    Basu Chatterjee passed away on June 4, 2020. His films like Rajnigandha, Chhoti Si Baat, Baton Baton Mein, Khatta Meetha and Chitchor were refreshingly different from both ‘commercial’ as well as ‘art’ films.

    Remembering the Legacy of the Three-Time Olympic Gold Champion Balbir Singh Sr

    Balbir Singh Sr. will forever be remembered for his remarkable contributions to Indian hockey and the pride and laurels that he brought to the nation.
    Scottish poets Edwin Morgan

    Edwin Morgan: remembering Scotland’s first poet laureate at 100

    Morgan travelled widely – to Africa and the Middle East during the second world war, to Russia and Eastern Europe during the Cold War, to the US, New Zealand and the North Pole. These are the places he writes of in his poetry.

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