• The opening weekend at Rangmanch’s Indian Theatre Festival witnessed house full shows, engendering more excitement for this weekend. As you plan to watch the quality theatre, we bring you reports from two of the four plays...
  • We came across a group of students who unlike the others had altogether a different story to share. Instead of complaining like many they had a completely different perspective on their struggles in this country.
  • The beginning of this year saw a Sikh - Rajwinder Singh being persecuted for his “turban”, being wrongly accused of sexual harassment. In stark contrast was a recent incident where the “turban” became the reason that Harman Singh became an overnight hero.
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The opening weekend at Rangmanch’s Indian Theatre Festival witnessed house full shows, engendering more excitement for this weekend. As you plan to watch the quality theatre, we bring you reports from two of the four plays...
We came across a group of students who unlike the others had altogether a different story to share. Instead of complaining like many they had a completely different perspective on their struggles in this country.
The beginning of this year saw a Sikh - Rajwinder Singh being persecuted for his “turban”, being wrongly accused of sexual harassment. In stark contrast was a recent incident where the “turban” became the reason that Harman Singh became an overnight hero.
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