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Local KungFu 2 is an Assamese Martial Arts comedy film. It is directed by Kenny Basumatary and produced by Durlov Baruah. It is the sequel to 2013 film Local Kung Fu. The sequel is based on William Shakespeare’s The Comedy of Errors. The film-makers successfully raised money for post-production through [email protected] the film was released on 19 April 2017. The Assamese Film Industry is running through a rough patch for last 10-15 years. There are very few producers who like to invest on Assamese films these days. The reason behind is the mentality of the audience where a hollywood or Bollywood movie is more preferred and hence takes cover all the screens in Assam. Those films come and go with lots of Read more

Parindey Youth Foundation

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Parindey Youth Foundation, Nagpur was founded by young, intellectual and dashing Avi Agarwal, the president and the team during his undergraduate days back in 2011. The main moto of this young and dynamic team is to spread joy and happiness to the needy. They connect to orphanage homes, specially abled child, and kids on streets. Their fund raising campaign is the most unique one out of all these kind of organization. These young people collect scraps from their locality and sell to fund the events. Annual cultural event, “Navtej” is a regular event done every Diwali for orphan and specially abled kids. The headcount goes up to 450+ kids on this event. This event is a daylong event where these Read more

Tarun is a tabla artist from Nagpur was born in the orange city of India on 27 th July, 1993 and got into professional training under Shri Sandeep Chauhan when he was just 3. His journey started when his mother thought of giving him a gift on Children’s day. He demanded tabla as gift to which his mother didn’t refuse. That was the moment when his inseparable bond developed for Tabla. He gave his first stage performance at the age of 6. He became to a child artist at All India Radio at the age of 7. He started his professional training under Shri Sandeep Chauhanji and then continued with Shri Suresh khadanvisji. During this period of time he travelled for Read more

Hindu? To begin with, I am one. More devout than I ever thought I would be, I believe in my faith and I am not ashamed about it. Having been brought up in an orthodox Hindu family, religion has always been a part of life and I am glad it is. Right from ‘Lagta hai Bhagvaan ki yeh marzi nahi thi’ to console us when something turns out some way to ‘Sab Bhagvaan ki dua hai’. From going to my ancestral village to listen to one of my grandfathers do the annual Bhagvad Gita event to reciting the Hanuman Chalisa every morning and do the puja every evening. While everyone loves Holi and Diwali, I love all of them – Read more

One of India’s most well-known feminists KAMLA BHASIN converses with Indrani Raimedhi. Watching the Women’s March online and on television in the most powerful nation in the world, I was curious to know just where Indian women stood as feminists. And who better to tell it as it is than Kamla Bhasin, developmental feminist, activist, poet, author,and social scientist. Nearly four decades of Bhasin’s work has revolved around gender, education, human development and the media. Her NGO, Sangat, is a South Asia network of feminists, and she is the South Asia co-ordinator of One Billion Rising and had worked as a UN representative. She is the co-founder of Jagori, a capacity-building initiative through which she fuses feminist theory with community action, Read more