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Karan Johar

Here's why Karan Johar loves getting trolled

Karan Johar talks about new-age content, web series, getting trolled and why the concept of marriage is outdated

Published on 20th July 2018
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Asia Society Museum presents landmark exhibition exploring Modernism in India

Works in the exhibition—primarily oil paintings­ from the 1940s to 1990s—underscore how these artists gave visual form to the idea of India as secular, diverse, international, and united.

Published on 21st July 2018
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Listen to soulful Indian Classical music at PRAYAS in Hyderabad

The event will feature popular names from the Classical music circuit at Ravindra Bharathi.

Published on 19th July 2018
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Movie of the week: Dhadak

Dhadak, the much-awaited debut movie of Sridevi’s daughter Janhvi Kapoor releases today

Published on 19th July 2018
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CATS returns to the stage with an adaptation of the play Love, Sex and IRS

The play Love, Sex and the Taxman explores themes of tax fraud and identity through humour
 

Published on 20th July 2018
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Operation Thai Cave Rescue: The Discovery Channel to air exclusive documentary today

A documentary by The Discovery Channel that details the events of the Thailand cave rescue goes on air today

Published on 20th July 2018
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Jamie Chung's journey from being a Disney princess to a superhero mutant in Marvel's TV show

Actress Jamie Chung sheds her Disney Princess gown for a superhero costume in The Gifted, Marvel’s brand new TV series

Published on 20th July 2018
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Amitabh Bachchan gets slammed for tweeting ‘Africa wins World Cup 2018’

Many users, however, said that it would be inappropriate to use Africa won the World Cup because the players are of African identity but have been living in France for the longest time.

Published on 17th July 2018

Bengali announced as the language for Harvill Secker Young Translator's Prize 2018

The chosen language for the 2018 prize is Bengali, and entrants will translate the short story ‘Half-Timer Pawre’ by Shamik Ghosh, from his collection Elvis O Amolasundari.

Published on 16th July 2018
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Short stories on Kashmir: Feroz Rather on his debut novel, The Night of Broken Glass

Feroz Rather’s debut novel is the literary version of what Kashmir has come to denote — a beautiful landscape ravaged by violence. 

Published on 16th July 2018

Eco-friendly design tips to enhance your home

Before you look into these design tips, there are a few things you should do for the well-being of your home first.

Published on 9th July 2018
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Dhwani : a collaborative dance performance explore society's norms

A contemporary dance ensemble explores how society limits an individual’s freedom

Published on 14th July 2018
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Theatre For Change questions myths around sexism with their debut play in Hyderabad 

The play is inspired by For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide / When the Rainbow Is Enuf by American playwright Ntozake Shang.

Published on 13th July 2018
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Homomorphism II by Queerala explores the theme of love from an LGBTIQ perspective

The art exhibition will be held at Kerala Museum from July 14 - 21

Published on 13th July 2018
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Here's why transgender beauty queen Nitasha Biswas has our attention

This Kolkata-born transwoman opens up about her journey of transition. 

Published on 11th July 2018

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