Jaskiran Chopra

OPEN TO OPINION

She is a journalist by profession, and has worked with United News of India, The Times of India and The Pioneer.

ART & CULTURE

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Why the voice of Mukesh, who sang of loss, pain and pathos, will always ring true

The legend began his career by rendering songs that sounded quite like KL Saigal’s, but emerged from that shadow soon.

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Why nobody can take away the title of Jubilee Kumar from Rajendra Kumar

He will forever be remembered for the classics such as Mere Mehboob and Sangam he gave us.

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VARIETY

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How Charles Dickens once made Mussoorie's Landour famous

It is not a commonly known fact that the Victorian author had a connection with this popular hill station.

ART & CULTURE

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25 years of SRK: How Darr and Baazigar changed Shah Rukh Khan as an actor

We need to revisit these films today to understand how he became King Khan.

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Why Kumaonis celebrate Holi in winter

The traditional Baithaki Holi of the region is celebrated on the first Sunday of the winter month of 'Pausha'.

VARIETY

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What it means for Landour to see its historic Ghantaghar return

The demolition of the old structure though was an extremely sentimental cause for the residents.

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For one region in Uttarakhand, Diwali is still a month away

Since the mountainous region of Jaunsar-Bawar is far away, it is believed the news of Lord Ram's conquest over Ravana reached late.

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