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Sneha Bengani

Sneha Bengani

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Sneha Bengani was part of Hindustan Times’ nationwide network of correspondents that brings news, analysis and information to its readers.She no longer works with the Hindustan Times.

articles by Sneha Bengani (76 results)
Mar 03, 2016 19:11
Radhika Apte, Sharmila Tagore, filmmaker Onir among other panelists discussed the issue of intolerance and censorship in films and society at large as part of the ongoing The I View World International Film Festival in Delhi. read more
Jun 06, 2015 09:45
My grandmother thinks of birthday parties as a new-age drama. Every time my mother called my friends over on my birthday, she would make it a point to tell us how nobody would even remember these occasions in her times, and how people have started to... read more
May 25, 2015 11:50
Age is just a number for many children whose films were screened at Big Cinemas, Paras Downtown, Zirakpur, on Sunday, as a part of TAN Film Festival. read more
Mar 20, 2015 14:01
Leading Bollywood actresses dazzled the silver screen last year with their power-packed performances in films such as Queen, Haider, Finding Fanny, Mary Kom and Dedh Ishqiya. read more
Feb 25, 2015 22:16
Technology has emerged as the new language to help the blind see. It\'s no longer necessary for a blind person to know Braille was the consensus that seemed to emerge among participants and organisers of a unique car rally in the city this weekend. read more
Feb 25, 2015 11:43
Large canvases displaying free play of bright colours and innermost emotions adorn the walls of Alliance Française de Chandigarh, as part of an exhibition ‘Enveloping the Infinite’ by graphic designer Mandeep Singh. read more
Feb 23, 2015 12:15
The dining hall of a city-based blind school was filled with people busy watching the Indian team bat oblivious to its much-awaited prize-distribution ceremony that was scheduled around the same time. read more
Feb 22, 2015 19:55
As many as 27 visually impaired children helped drivers navigate through city roads using a map in Braille as part of \'Blind navigates - You Drive,\' a car rally organised by the Institute of Blind in Sector 26, here on Sunday. read more
Feb 22, 2015 10:48
Chandigarh, of late, has started to open up to new art forms — not just in music and theatre, but also in dance. The city, which was largely oblivious to Salsa until recently, now boasts of avenues where one could learn the glitzy and saucy Latin-American... read more
Feb 16, 2015 16:28
You cannot hum or dance to a peppy Bollywood number by international villager Yo Yo Honey Singh, if you are a feminist in the present-day India. Because if you do, you are not just for once enjoying the foot-tapping music but are promoting women as objects,... read more
Feb 16, 2015 11:23
After having been successfully implemented in several Indian cities including Delhi, Gurgaon, and Mumbai, Raahgiri Day (which celebrates the right to reclaim access to city roads) was organised for the first time in City Beautiful at New Lake, Sector... read more
Feb 15, 2015 09:37
With one of the most awaited matches of the cricket World Cup 2015 — the nail-biting duel between India and Pakistan being fought today, the eateries and sports bars across the city have put their best food forward to give their customers an experience... read more
Feb 14, 2015 10:53
If someone was to ask why Valentine’s Day is celebrated, most of us would not know, or would say it has to do something with Saint Valentine. Now, who was Saint Valentine? Which country was he from? What did he do? Is it his birth or death anniversary... read more
Feb 14, 2015 10:22
With the 2015 cricket World Cup getting underway today, former cricketers, selectors, commentators and fans — about their memories of the previous tournaments, India’s chances of winning the Cup this time and the magnitude of the game that is just about... read more
Feb 12, 2015 10:56
The 2015 cricket World Cup, which begins on Saturday, is posing trouble for several cricket-crazies across the country who are about to take their Class 10 and 12 board examinations that sadly coincide with the tournament ending on March 29. read more