Bhanvi Satija

Journalist

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Feminist | Journalist | Travelling Enthusiast | Bollywood Fanatic | India | United Kingdom

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Youth Ki Awaaz
06/04/2016
'Thithi' Movie Review: So Real That You Can Almost Feel The Characters

Deaths and funerals are invariably associated with grief and despair. As far as feature films go, deaths of a character are part of the plot to trigger an expected set of tears in its audience. And yet, in reality, more often than not one can hear relatives whispering about how much Sheetal scored in her Board exam or what was Mrs.

Youth Ki Awaaz
08/29/2016
Graffiti Advocating For Dalit Rights, Kashmir Painted Over At Ambedkar Univ. In Delhi

On Monday August 22, students of Ambedkar University Delhi (AUD) turned out in large numbers carrying bucket loads of paint to participate in what is being called a 'mass graffiti drive'. Slogans - both political and apolitical in nature; written in Hindi and English - were painted on several walls across the university.

Spoon University
07/27/2016
Five Dishes That Should Be On Your Must-Try List When You Visit Nainital Next

Nainital, the city of lakes is much known for its scenic beauty, the lakes and of course the boating trips. However, one very important aspect of visiting any new place, as we all know is the huge opportunity to try new dishes and restaurants. Nainital, we must confess was like a hidden treasure of food.

The Hindu
Driven by dance

Her energy and flexibility on stage generates awe. However, Shakti Mohan, winner of dance reality show Dance India Dance Season 2, says that despite coming from a family of artists like singer Neeti Mohan and performer Mukti Mohan dance did not come naturally to her. She had to learn it the hard way.

Youth Ki Awaaz
05/12/2017
Why Did This College In Kochi Stop The Release Of A Book About Lesbian Love?

On Tuesday, May 9, Kerala-based author and freelance journalist Sree Parvathy, took to Facebook to announce the sudden change of venue for the release of her upcoming book 'Meenukal Chumbikkunnu'. 'Meenukal Chumbikkunnu', which means fishes are kissing, is an upcoming book centred around the theme of two lesbian lovers and how they hide their love from the society in which they live.

The Hindu
Once upon a time...

Popularly known for his role as "Kabuliwala", theatre artist and storyteller Kamal Pruthi started storytelling at Bangalore's Rangashankara Theatre in 2004 along with the literary forum Garma Garam Chai. Recently he quit his corporate job to turn to freelance storytelling. After travelling around seven States and performing 48 shows, the multilingual actor is in the Capital now.

The Hindu
Not a cake walk

When we think of bakery products, we know sugar as an important ingredient in them. But who knew, sugar, in itself, could be made into such wonderful artistic displays! At the Pastry Queen India Championship, 2015 sugar came alive, quite literally.

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