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Time to rock on! Ahead of World Music Day, we find out about new upcoming albums by South India’s hottest acts
Nathania and Rishi will also be the first ever official match ball carriers from India at the World Cup.
The Embassy of Indonesia kicked off the Kolkata leg of The Pride and Glory of Bali-Yatra
Veteran artist Vivan Sundaram and patron Kiran Nadar speak about the artist’s epic retrospective, and taking contemporary art to the people.
A new collection is driving interest for contemporary tales told as graphic novels, while inspiring readers to take the comic book format more seriously.
Things are a changing this Eid, with event organisers around the city planning extensive bazaars where they invite brands — old and new — to set up stalls
Rangeeta Murada offers the city an opportunity for people engage in conversations that offer a varied perspective
On World Environment Day, we shortlist six sustainable fashion brands from the country to turn your wardrobe green
National Museum makes exhibition barrier-free for visually impaired through Braille, audio guides, and tactile path
At the exhibition, all the touch objects are accompanied by an audio guide, Braille booklet and label and there are also special tiles on the floor for the smooth movement of visually impaired visitor
The initiative will help plant 1,500 trees in Harda district which is aimed at benefiting farmers by making the soil fertile.
Presenting the harsh realities of cotton farming in India to the world as a fashion accessory, the not-for-profit Once Upon a Doug is creating a line of handcrafted keepsakes
The anonymous artist Princess Pea, a modern-day figurehead for gender equality, plays her part to open
Film societies in the city, aren’t just a great place to socialise.
On this Menstrual Hygiene Awareness Day here's all you need to know about the Niine Movement campaign
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