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Another Tangent

Sub editor, DailyO

ART & CULTURE

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Dear Zindagi needs more therapy than it offers

Gauri Shinde's film could have been more about Kaira's struggle to slowly rid herself of the constant need to be validated by others.

VARIETY

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10 strong, inspiring quotes from Michelle Obama's speech

Classy FLOTUS took on Donald Trump without naming him and urged USA to 'roll up' its sleeves and vote for Hillary Clinton.

VOICES

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How a 5-year-old video pays disservice to Bharat Mata and Ma Durga

Both matas will be proud that you ruined this festival for those it deeply mattered.

SPORTS

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Rio 2016: Take a bow, Dipa Karmakar. You made India proud

Hope the country doesn't disappoint its brave sportspersons when our contingent goes to Tokyo in 2020.

ART & CULTURE

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Finding Sarbjit: The man who lost to India and Pakistan

Film writer Utkarshini Vashishtha says the biopic is a metaphor for all those torn in the mutual hatred between the two neighbours.

LIFE

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ART & CULTURE

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5 stunning gems by Gulzar at Jashn-e-Rekhta

The poet extraordinaire's couplets on Partition, ghar wapsi and belonging were steeped in the essence of Urdu.

ART & CULTURE

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What Alan Rickman's Professor Snape taught me

Five lessons from one of Harry Potter's most complex characters.

POLITICS

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7 reasons Meghalaya is much more than rain and nature

From being India's rock capital to the pioneer of Swachh Bharat, the Northeastern state has a lot to her credit.

ART & CULTURE

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Why Hrishikesh Mukherjee's Anari is a slap on modern India's face

The National Award-winning filmmaker's sketch of our country in the year 1959 bears an eerie similarity to India today.