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Speaking at ThePrint's Democracy Wall, Nimrat Kaur also underlines value of responsible cinema and need for more light on regional films.
Meghalaya home minister James Sangma apologises for "bulldozing his way" through city traffic, tells audience how to curb VIP culture. Shillong: The sixth edition of Democracy Wall in Shillong saw an unexpected but welcome high point when James Sangma, Meghalaya's home minister, apologised to the people for "bulldozing his way" through the city's traffic and condemned the VIP culture prevalent in India. "If there is a case where public servants/politicians are breaking traffic rules, please click a picture and send a video across. We shall take action. I apologise for bulldozing our way through ghastly traffic in the city,” Sangma said, responding to an audience question. The audience member's uninhibited question to Sangma -- who holds six more portfolios, including the law -- and his unassuming reply sum up perfectly the essence of Democracy Wall: Free speech. The setting for ThePrint’s interactive campus initiative this time was the North Eastern Hill University (NEHU)....
Democracy Wall is a free-speech campus initiative, the fourth edition of which was held at Panjab University, Chandigarh.
Speaking at Democracy Wall, the star of films like The Lunchbox and Airlift, said that she didn't see why actors should have to put themselves out there.