Google Doodle Celebrates

Google Doodle Celebrates Fumiko Enchi: A Literary Trailblazer and Feminist Icon

Today’s Google Doodle marks the 118th birthday of Fumiko Enchi, a Japanese author and feminist whose literary contributions have had a profound impact on post-World War II Japan. Fumiko Enchi’s life and work are a testament to her unyielding commitment to addressing issues of gender discrimination, inequality, and the unjust domestic roles imposed on women…

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Skanda – The Attacker: A Boyapati Sreenu Extravaganza That Tests Patience

“Skanda – The Attacker,” directed by Boyapati Sreenu and starring Ram Pothineni, Sreeleela, and Saiee Manjrekar, is a quintessential Boyapati Sreenu film that adheres to the director’s trademark style of massy action, verbose dialogues, and over-the-top characters. However, while it delivers on these fronts, the film becomes an endurance test for audiences due to its…

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Controversy Surrounds Canadian Punjabi Singer Shubh’s Mumbai Concert Amidst Allegations of Khalistani Support

In a recent turn of events, Canadian Punjabi singer Shubhneet Singh, popularly known as Shubh, is facing opposition and controversy ahead of his scheduled concert in Mumbai. Members of the Bharatiya Janata Yuva Morcha (BJYM) have torn down his posters and raised objections, alleging his support for separatist Khalistani elements. Shubh had been slated to…

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