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‘Came here to earn, want to live in peace’
DNMUM424569 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Keyur Dhandeo
“I have come here to earn. I want to make some money and live peacefully. I am here by myself. All my relatives are in MP. The locals are like brothers and sisters to me. If I feel threatened by them, where do you think I will go?” Bharat Singh Thakur (in red), from Damoh i...
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Party, Voter & The outsider
DNMUM424570 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Team DNA
Of the 102 crore people the country counted at the turn of the last millennium, nearly 31 crore had not been born at the place where they were found lodging and working. The migrants’ stories typically began with an individual search for live...
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Positive strides
DNMUM424587 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Team DNA
Cafes with a differenceA common complaint among people with disabilities is that not many spaces are designed keeping their needs in mind. However, there are a few exceptions in different cities across the country. These include Kalakkal Cafe in Chennai, where the m...
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Take a breather
DNMUM424588 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Shivani Pathak
Had Shakespeare been a student today, he would surely say, “To take a gap or not, that is the question!” An experiment opted by a few has now become a new trend. Taking a gap year before the rigmarole of life unfolds is not unheard of now. This, however, does seem to upset...
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No one like Neena
DNMUM424533 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Yogesh Pawar
Shyam Benegal’s Suraj Ka Satvan Ghoda begins with a harried mother readying her little one for school. No sooner is everything set than the tonga ferrying kids to school arrives. As she helps her son climb into the backseat and hands him his water bottle, the tonga ta...
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Scented sight
DNMUM424534 | 10/21/2018 | Author : Ornella D’Souza
Some find the smell of freshly painted walls intolerable. Even acrylic and oil paints, and thinning agents like kerosene and turpentine. Others find the mild scent of wax crayons and colour pencils, or the muddy whiff water colours emit, comforting. For artists, en...
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