Nihalani invites wrath of the Marathi industry

The guidelines, predominantly banning the use of cuss words, haven’t gone down well with filmmakers from across the country who are voicing their concerns about this ban on “creativity and freedom of expression”. Though the CBFC chairperson Pahlaj Nihalani, has said that he doesn’t mind being called conservative if he has to serve the nation,…

Denmark’s tragedy wasn’t caused by liberalism

Last weekend’s shootings in Copenhagen are a test for Denmark. It’s tempting to argue that Denmark’s soft approach to dealing with radical Muslims has been found wanting. In truth, it’s the country’s conflicted approach to freedom of expression that demands closer scrutiny. In the wake of this year’s terror attacks on cartoonists who have mocked…

“Staying Updated with the Changes in the Industry has become Inevitable” – Thiru. T.K. Ramachandran – IAS at ICTACT Bridge 2015 Event

“Staying updated with the changes in the industry has become inevitable for every professional in every layer of the human resource. Building the youth for the future is vital as the demand for workforce required for growth will be more in the near future,” appealed Thiru. T.K. Ramachandran IAS, Secretary – Information Technology, Government of…