- I have decided to learn Tamil first: Ashutosh Rana
- A self-confessed ambitious man, Ashutosh says characters like Chanakya, Ravan, Kamsa and Hitler always excite him, and feels it would be a dream come true for him to portray any of these on screen.
- Revisiting the childhood days of Krishna
- Born in a place called Mathura, he moved to Vrindavanam while a baby as his life was under threat from a king named Kamsa. The Nangiar Koothu starts with the thoughts of Akrura, an ardent devotee of Krishna, who travels to Vrindavanam on Kamsa's ...
- Seeking lift of jallikattu ban, Tamil Nadu cites Spain's bull-fighting
- “Bull-baiting figures in the Mahabharata also describe Krishna controlling a ferocious bull in the forecourt of Kamsa's palace,” the Tamil Nadu government said. The affidavit also finds links from both ancient Tamil literature and Sangam era “and beyond”.
- #SeditionRow: In two open letters, JNU professors Paranjape and Datta debate
- After Makarand Paranjape, professor of English at JNU, during his lecture on nationalism questioned the basis of left politics in the campus, he came under severe attack. A professor of JNU wrote an open letter questioning comments made by Paranjape on ...
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