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Militants shot 49-year-old Bengali Sushmita Banerjee 20 times and left her body near a madrassah.
An Indian actress spells out the black and white of discrimination.
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Activists in India-administered Kashmir claim concert by Indian conductor legitimizes Indian ‘state repression.’
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Pakistani actress Mathira dismisses cricketer Afridi’s obscenity concerns as a problem with his ‘mindset.’
Pakistan’s most successful artist is barely known in her own country.
Imran Qureshi’s brush with global celebrity.
Long lines drum up cachet beyond the art world.
A British duo melds electropop and R&B.
David Gilbert’s audacious new novel of fathers and sons.
TV show judges, actresses fight against long-held traditions for equality, careers.
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National committee led by Oscar-winning Sharmeen Obaidy-Chinoy will choose movie for Best Foreign Language Film category.
European TV distribution company has proposed translating show into 18 languages for broadcast in 60 countries.