One of the most unusual Americana shot movies of the ’80s, German filmmaker Wenders’ on the edge study of a wounded drifter (Harry Dean Stanton) was the Grand Prize winner at the Cannes Film Festival. Costarring Dean Stockwell and Nastassja Kinski, the movie makes incredible visual use of both John Ford’s Monument Valley and the […]

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Finite availability of phosphorus (P) resources makes recovery of this non substitutable plant nutrient from alternative waste sources an increasingly attractive option of renewed interest. In this context, feasibility of struvite (MgNH4PO4.6H2O) recovery, an alternative P fertilizer is already demonstrated at laboratory scale from range of waste streams of farm, municipal and industrial origin, with […]

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The simultaneity of these seemingly contradictory stances is a puzzling phenomenon, difficult to express in words (see the epigraph by Ruskin above). Philosopher Roger Scruton has characterized this phenomenon as an instance of double intentionality. Gibson too has formulated the problem in terms of a duality: “The picture is both a scene and a surface, […]

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Changing and striving for equality and diversity and accepting one another, and really raising awareness for the gender based issues that we have prevalent today. Change in perception of gender based violence and the opening up of conversation really kickstarted around five years ago, said Arnott. She attributed this shift in attitude largely to the […]

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