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Elizabeth Hurley

Exclusive! Queen of hearts Liz Hurley opens up about The Royals and her new line of beachwear

Elizabeth Hurley makes a glitzy comeback — as the power-hungry and seemingly heartless Queen Helena in The Royals, and as a model and fashion designer for her scorching new line of beachwear. 

Summer holiday special: Uber-luxury suites to pamper your senses

This summer, consider living up the opulence on your annual vacation, and be sure to factor in the enticing enclosures of the world’s finest luxury suites and villas. 

Jimmy Kimmel

Interview with Jimmy Kimmel: On his mum's cookies at the Oscars, and playing voice-over artiste​

Jimmy Kimmel  speaks with Indulge about his debut  performance as a voice-over artiste, hosting the Academy Awards for the second time, and tweeting about the President 

Art
Glimpses of post-Independent India at NGMA (Photo: IANS)

New NGMA exhibition of paintings, sculptures and prints offers glimpses of post-Independent India

Selected artworks from the post-Independence era that offer a glimpse into India's contemporary art have been put up on view at the National Gallery of Modern Art in the national capital.

Salvador Dali at Bonhams (Photo: IANS)

Salvador Dali's surrealist masterpiece to go under the hammer at Bonhams auction in London

A surrealist masterpiece by Spanish master Salvador Dali, titled Couple aux tetes pleines de nuages (1937), will go under the hammer in London on March 26.

Before and after restoration: Portrait of a Young Woman (Allentown Art Museum via AP)

Rembrandt's 400-year-old Portrait of a Young Woman, finally reinstated, to go on show in June

A nearly 400-year-old painting that had long been attributed to an unknown artist in Rembrandt’s workshop has now been judged to have been a work of the Dutch master himself.

Kochi-Muziris Biennale 2016
Tabita Rezaire

Tabita Rezaire ponders over ‘swallowing smartphones’ at Kochi Biennale 2018

Shouldn’t Europe and America apologise for letting smartphones virtually swallow the entire mankind? Such a fantasy dialogue is what young artist Tabita Rezaire presents at the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Subhash and Durgabai Vyam

Gond artists Durgabai and Subhash Vyam bring mythical tale to Kochi Biennale 2018

Gond artists Durgabai and Subhash Vyam, who live in Madhya Pradesh, have taken the graphic narrative to a new level, courtesy the Kochi-Muziris Biennale.

Temsüyanger Longkumer

Naga artist Temsüyanger Longkumer rechecks his past and present at Biennale 2018

Imagine gods of different religions holding a summit to discuss the predicament humanity faces owing to its wrongdoings over centuries. Surreal? Very much.

Music
Mame Khan performing at Gandhi Maidan

Breaking cultural barriers, blending genres and being bold — Vedanta Udaipur World Music Festival was bigger than ever

In its fifth edition, the festival saw localites grooving to Russian music, singing along with Catalonian vocalists, and foreign festival-goers tapping their feet to vernacular rock and Bollywood.

A shot from Same Same But Different

Indo-Korean concert Same Same But Different comes to Bengaluru this February

This show features South Korean new wave percussion group Noreum Machi, Trayam, an ensemble from India and renowned choreographer Astad Deboo

Books
The launch of Honour Bound

Sarosh Zaiwalla's Honour Bound offers an elegantly written account of legal adventures, mishaps, trials and tribulations

After a successful London launch, the book Honour Bound – Adventures of an Indian Lawyer in the English Courts was released in Mumbai at a special event at Mumbai Press Club, earlier this February.

Nandita Das

Actor-director Nandita Das launches her debut book Manto & I in Kolkata

Nandita Das encapsulates her journey of making the film Manto with her maiden book Manto & I

Naveen Chourey

Debutant poet Naveen Chourey's book Kohra Ghana Hai is written for today's times of unrest

The poet talks about his book and throws light on the themes he has chosen