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Work to biting nails to Netflix – What we learned and unlearned in 2020

Maybe we’ll still cough in public, not share spoons, or work from home sometimes. But we won't take our lipsticks, luxury and loneliness for granted.

IAF wants ‘inappropriate’ scenes removed from ‘AK vs AK’, Netflix says no disrespect intended

In a tweet Wednesday, the Indian Air Force said that some scenes in the movie show Anil Kapoor in an incorrectly donned uniform and using inappropriate language.
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Why Netflix is planning to double its spending on original content in Asia

Netflix is seeking to cement its stronghold in Asia after the success of shows such as ‘Indian Matchmaking’ and ‘Kingdom’.
Actor Shefali Shah in a still from the Netflix series 'Delhi Crime' | Twitter | Netflix India

Netflix series ‘Delhi Crime’ wins International Emmy in ‘Best Drama’ category

The seven-part series stars Shefali Shah, Rasika Duggal and Adil Hussain in prominent roles and is based on the 2012 Delhi gangrape-murder case.
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Indians have a new K in their lives. Not Karan Johar, Ekta Kapoor but Korean culture factory

K-pop, K-dramas, K-beauty — 2020 became the year India embraced the soft power of Korea.
Illustration: Ramandeep Kaur | ThePrint

Bata, the foreign shoe brand that became a friend for generations of Indian school students

Bata faced stiff competition from local brands such as Gola Shoes, Liberty, Paragon and Khadim during the 1980s. But the brand survived due to its utility, durability and pricing.
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Govt flags issues with Netflix, Disney+Hotstar & Amazon Prime’s self-regulation code

A selection of the best news reports, analysis and opinions published by ThePrint this week.

How women are now rewriting the rules of Bollywood, with help from Netflix, Amazon

With Indian women increasingly willing to pay for content they can view on phones or laptops, streaming platforms such as Netflix, Amazon are pivoting to this undertapped market.
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Netflix wins reprieve to air Bad Boy Billionaires, minus Ramalinga Raju episode

The documentary series has been caught up in legal troubles since the release of its trailer, which resulted in the trailer being taken down and the release being stayed.
Online video streaming services like Netflix will not provide HD content for mobile data users under India's Covid-19 lockdown (representational image) | Photo: Bloomberg

Netflix, Hotstar opt for self-regulation in India to ward off criticism

Adopting standardised ratings, descriptors & technical measures will help platforms like Netflix and Hotstar build trust within consumers, government stakeholders.

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