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All The Post’s for Pink Pages Issue 8

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The Mumbai Queer Film Fest: The winners

Sourendra Kumar Das One of the Bollywood’s most coveted director Onir’s ‘I AM’ won the award for the Best Narrative Feature Film at the 2nd Kashish Mumbai International Queer Film Festival, India’s biggest queer...

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Index of Issue – 8 July 2011

EDITORIAL Editor’s Letter The Inbox FEATURES Do Ask, Do Tell: A Veteran’s own Story Special: Victory in New York THE GAY AGENDA All Apples are not Red Two sad stories CULTURE Art: Memoirs of...

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Pink Pages July 2011 Issue – 8

Pink Pages completes two years with the July issue! Check out this Anniversary Special for a photo feature on the Eurovision Contest- one the the gayest musical events in the world. Know what a...

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The Inbox

Celina –a true Icon Celina is truly an icon, and an inspiration to the whole queer community in India. Great to see, that alongwith her several major Bollywood stars like John Abraham have come...

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Memoirs of a queer

By Vikram Tyagi Day: Hot sunny afternoon Location: Hauz Khas Village, Delhi Time: It’s queer! As he puffs away life into the rings of a cigarette smoke, I am reminded of an old couplet...

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Leif Ivan Ohlson: A Veteran’s own Story

Interview by Tushar M. Name: Leif Ivan Ohlson Location: Stockholm, Sweden Age: 44 Occupation: Special Advisor, Intelligence Coordination, Ministry of Defense, Sweden Favourite Saturday night activity: A nice hotel bar with friends Hobbies: Promoting...

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Editorial: Pink Pages Turns 2!

As Pink Pages completes two years, the team looks back at the last 24 months – and the momentous changes it has brought along. The concept for Pink Pages was developed in early 2009-...

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Aham, the Me: All Apples Are Not Red

Harish Iyer “Ohh! Fashion designer hai… how could he not be gay” – said my friend who was cocksure about professions that were predominantly gay. I shook my head in disbelief. I thought an...

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The animals around us

By The Lost Gypsy Honey, it’s a jungle out there. The world is a cruel place. It won’t be the first time someone has compared it to a wild jungle. And it sure wouldn’t...