Impressions of India
- Priyanka Gandhi denies report on fighting polls against Modi, says her focus remains Rae Bareli and Amethi
- After Sanjay Baru, former coal secretary Parakh's book embarrasses PM; 'Singh had little political authority'
- Two yrs after townâs first-ever riots, Kosi Kalan shadow hangs large over Mathura
- Fresh FIR against Azam Khan
- Election Live: BJP wants to destroy secular values, only Congress promises secularism, says Sonia Gandhi
AFTER bagging a slew of awards, including three National Awards, Gurvinder Singh's Alms for a Blind Horse (Anhey Ghohrey Da Daan) has been selected for a screening at the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York. The Punjabi film will be screened from August 22-28, as part of their ContemporAsian series. Based on a Punjabi novel, the feature film follows a small-town family that gets caught up in a power struggle when a neighbour's home is demolished. The MoMA officials believe that "the film calls attention to the latent violence that resides in those who see no possibility for a better life". As part of the package, MoMa is also presenting two of the late Indian filmmaker Mani Kaul's films, Dhrupad and Siddheshwari, from August 24-26.
- Security men at every step, Shinde keeps ‘safe distance’ from voters, debunks charges
- In Beed, Modi factor dents Munde’s goodwill among Muslims
- Ambareesh campaigns for Nilekani
- Raids on Bellary moneylender yield Rs 8.74 crore cash
- MP faces Amreli villagers’ ire in campaign
- JERC approves sale of solar power at Rs 1.13 per unit