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Lockdown helps Doordarshan grab more eyeballs

Business Line 01 Mar 2021
As Indian households turned to nostalgic entertainment offerings while being cooped up at home during the pandemic outbreak in 2020, Doordarshan’s network of channels gained strong traction. According to data by the Broadcast Audience Research Council India, viewership of DD Network witnessed a surge of 68 per cent in 2020 compared to 2019 ... ....

“The White Tiger” is an incisive satire exploring modern India

The Brown Daily Herald 04 Feb 2021
These days, there are just two castes. Men with Big Bellies and Men with Small Bellies.” ... He no longer wants to remain in the dehumanizing position of the servant, waiting to be plucked and devoured in what he calls Indian society’s “rooster coop” — in which the poor offer servitude and labor to the rich until they are worked to death ... ....

Netflix’s The White Tiger is more like an Indian Joker than like Parasite

Polygon 24 Jan 2021
But a terrific central performance helps its social satire work When Indian-Australian author Aravind Adiga wrote his 2008 novel The White Tiger , the globalism his book described was a speculated future ... Pinky, like Priyanka Chopra Jonas, moved to New York as a child, while Ashok is an “Amreeka return,” a born-and-raised Indian back from the U.S.

Review: Netflix drama ‘The White Tiger’ is a sharp-clawed satire of upward mobility

The Los Angeles Times 21 Jan 2021
Will this low-caste villager turn out to be the white tiger, that rarest and most remarkable of jungle dwellers, born only once in a generation? Or will he be just another of the cooped-up roosters who, the movie suggests, make up the vast majority of Indian society, never ...

Movie adaptation of ‘The White Tiger’ is social commentary with real teeth

News India Times 06 Jan 2021
(He uses another animal metaphor to describe it, referring to the millions of members of the vast Indian underclass as “roosters in a coop” who are too docile – or too stupid – to escape, when they can see their comrades being slaughtered for dinner just outside the cage.).

India’s richest man believes a crisis like Covid-19 is “too precious to be wasted”

Yahoo Daily News 17 Dec 2020
Finding opportunity amid the coronavirus outbreak has been easier said than done for most—but for Indian juggernaut Reliance Industries (RIL), it really has been the case ... It witnessed breakout performance in the April-June quarter, even as Indians were cooped up at home for most of that duration.

Muraleedharan calls on Oman Foreign Minister, discusses bilateral ties, Covid-19

Yahoo Daily News 16 Dec 2020
Muraleedharan also thanked Albusaidi and the Omani government for its support to the Indian community during the pandemic ... "Thanked HE @badralbusaidi and the Omani government for the support extended to Indian community in Oman during the difficult period of #pandemic," he added in another tweet ... Discussed strengthening coop.

Prices zoom at weekend getaways

Marietta Daily Journal 30 Nov 2020
30—Urban Indians thirsting for the great outdoors ...

Hotel rooms start filling up as Indians take to ‘Revenge Tourism’

Business Line 30 Oct 2020
“Since then, we have been hunting for newer, less-crowded, locations ... Tired of being cooped up for months, an increasing number of Indians are now travelling with a vengeance ... ‘Revenge Tourism’ is hitting Indians ... With affluent Indians unlikely to travel abroad for leisure this year, hotel operators are hoping to cash in on this segment ... ....

Locked-in for 6 months, vacationers fire up leisure tourism

The Times of India 19 Oct 2020
Chennai. Cooped up inside homes for nearly 6 months, WFH strangled Indians are flocking resorts and other leisure properties to unwind, relax and also part work from these destinations—workactions. Resort operators saw a 100% occupancy on the October 2 weekend, bringing some relief to the stressed hospitality sector ... Yes, October 2 was full ... Download ... .

Nathan Schneider’s Bounty of Fresh Ideas for Cooperatives

Resilience 06 Oct 2020
“Cooperatives are nothing new,” he told me, citing Gandhi’s embrace of coops as a strategic tool to emancipate Indians from the British. “But it is a form of doing business that has shaped our world that doesn’t get enough credit.” For example, people often don’t appreciate that coops were a big element of the civil rights movement, he said.

Mrs Kasalova’s perestroika

The Telegraph India 26 Sep 2020
No Indian could enter the Russian Colony without a special pass. Likewise, no Russian could step out or invite inside any Indian without permission from the concerned authorities ... They whipped up Russian and select Indian dishes. I had to spend those evenings cooped in my room with my mother coming in frequently to check if I needed something ...   ... .

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