Jaideep Sen

Biography:

A zealous practitioner in the precise art of unfurling, holding up, deftly turning, and getting absorbed thereby in the broadsheets of a newspaper, Jaideep is constantly in pursuit of an elusive immaculate state of abeyant being, which he strives to subsume, and convey, by keeping his head in the clouds, and having his feet firmly implanted on the streets, taking in every sight, sound and smell in a manner that he believes will ultimately fulfill his existence.

Watch: The Chainsmokers release new single, Push My Luck, video stars model Lais Ribeiro

Grammy Award-winning artist/producer duo The Chainsmokers have released a new single, Push My Luck via Disruptor Records / Columbia Records.

09 Nov 2019

New South Wales’ Lord Howe Island is ranked world’s fifth-best region to visit in 2020

New South Wales’ idyllic paradise Lord Howe Island has been ranked the world’s fifth best region to visit next year by global travel authority Lonely Planet in their publication, Best in Travel 2020.

09 Nov 2019

Bengaluru ByDesign celebrates different facets of photography in three special exhibitions

NGMA Bengaluru is hosting an exhibition of Prabuddha Dasgupta (1956-2012) entitled Prabuddha Dasgupta: A Journey, which will be on view from 15 November 2019 - 15 January 2020.

09 Nov 2019

Raj Shahani's bronze dancers in Caesura/Continuum come to life at Jehangir Art Gallery

The show brought together a selection of 25 bronze sculptures from the series Emotion, inspired by lyrical movements of the human body, through sensitive observations of dancers in motion.

09 Nov 2019

Rider Mania 2019 welcomes motorcycle community for specially-abled riders

Billed as the largest gathering of Royal Enfield riders anywhere in the World’, Rider Mania takes place in Goa during the third week of November every year. 

09 Nov 2019

Silence. Space. Terrestrial at Gallery Latitude 28 offers stories of ecological turbulence

Bhavna Kakar is hosting the show titled, ‘Silence. Space. Terrestrial.’, of select works by Diptej Vernekar, Prathap Modi and Rushabh Vishawakarma. 

09 Nov 2019

Wherever you may pho: Vietnam comes to Chennai with some rare treats at this food festival 

Looking past the popular glass noodles, tofu salads, skewers and satays, this Vietnamese food festival lines up some rare treats — all served up by a chef from the motherland of Saigon.

08 Nov 2019

Mindspace for art: Art Bengaluru makes room for conversations, sensitising audiences

Art Bengaluru 2019 might well be a festival of contrasts, irony and diverse practices, but the festival’s biggest achievement is in making room for conversations about art. 

08 Nov 2019

Silence of the boats: Champions Boat League keeps the community spirit alive and roaring

It’s a sight that’s as hair-raising as it gets — that of a snake boat at rest, bobbing by its moor in a stream of Alleppey’s backwaters, waiting for the deluge to relent, and the next race to begin. 

04 Nov 2019

Trio interview: Let the violins sing! Making new music with Florian Willeitner and Ganesh-Kumaresh

Florian Willeitner is in the city for a very special performance titled, Classical Strings Violinkonzert, along with the renowned duo of Ganesh and Kumaresh.

01 Nov 2019

Talking culture: Russian Consul General Oleg N Avdeev on music, dance and his favourite actors

At the sprawling former palace of the Maharaja of Mysore, the Russian Consul General took us by surprise — first, with his fluent Hindi and then, by naming his favourite Bollywood actor.

28 Oct 2019

Vada pav, open baos, 'bullet' chicken and more: Munchies go hip at Madras Kitchen Company

Open baos, haleem and vada pav get a glocal touch at this hip, new millennial-friendly eatery. 

28 Oct 2019

Gail Simmons on food writing and Top Chef S15: 'My job is of a cheerleader, a champion for chefs'

A chat with one of the world’s leading masters of food criticism, Gail Simmons, food writer and host of Top Chef on AXN

26 Oct 2019

Reversing the tide: How soon will the heritage sites at Hampi regain a sense of their former glory?

Even as the floodwaters at Hampi have been receding to normal levels, oldtimers are certain that the heritage site will quickly regain a sense of its former glory.

13 Oct 2019

Rachel Allen: 'I love cooking with ghee and spices, but then another day, butter and cream' 

As chef Rachel Allen gets the go-ahead to take her pots and pans and head out to some of the most exotic locations in the world, we get chatting about her earliest days of baking, back at home.

13 Oct 2019

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