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‘Vulgar’ ad campaign aimed at Indian festival sparks #BoycottErosNow backlash

Indian streaming service Eros Now issued an apology on Thursday to its Twitter followers — on the very platform where it posted its inappropriate Navratri ads — when the Internet backlashed against the campaign, deeming it “vulgar” and offensive. Owned by motion picture production company Eros International, the service found itself recalling its suggestive posters, […]...Read More

Against the Tide // What Indians & Pakistanis in UAE

There is something much more precious than petro dollars that Indians and Pakistanis living in UAE can send back home. It’s tolerance. The two nationalities form the biggest chunk of population in the Emirates. They enjoy the fruit of multi-culturalism and pluralism, but sadly their countries have moved far from these ideals. UAE has eternalized […]...Read More