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Invisible Women by Caroline Criado Perez, The Boy From The Woods by Harlan Coben and other ebooks to check out this weekend

Settle down for a quiet evening of chai and reading

Published on 27th March 2020
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Moha by Geetanjali's sustainable silver jewellery is rooted in local heritage

The Instagram-approved label has a brand new line-up!

Published on 20th March 2020

Filmmaker Arindam Sil is charting a new course with his next film, Mahananda

Filmmaker Arindam Sil tells us why he wants to capture the life and work of author-activist Mahashweta Devi

Published on 20th March 2020
'Honour' from the shoot ‘Earth CelebrAction’ by David LaChapelle; courtesy Lavazza

Urban, mystical mythologies: An interview with David LaChapelle on divine acts, faith and embracing nature

You don’t get names much bigger than that of David LaChapelle in fine art photography. He has clicked pretty much every celebrity you can think of. But that’s before he turned his attention to nature.

Published on 14th March 2020
Padmini Chettur in Philosophical Enactment 1

Striking a balance: Padmini Chettur talks about her latest show Philosophical Enactment 1 

Padmini Chettur teams up with Aveek Sen to present an interesting take on body movement

Published on 13th March 2020
Namita Gokhale

On a train to Jaipur junction: Namita Gokhale offers an enjoyable celebration of old-fashioned storytelling

JLF co-founder Namita Gokhale’s new book is far from a festival diary, and rather, a celebration of the pleasures of writing.

Published on 28th February 2020
1 DAY TO GO! Devi Awards in Bhubaneshwar

1 DAY TO GO! Devi Awards in Bhubaneshwar

Our twelfth award winner to be featured in the Devi Awards Bhubaneshwar countdown series is Pratibha Ray.

Published on 22nd February 2020
Srinivas Gowda sets a Kambala record (AFP/Rathan Barady)

Complete story: Kambala star, 'India's Usain Bolt' Srinivas Gowda turns down SAI trials 

Srinivas Gowda, the Kambala star who gained international recognition overnight, has refused to take part in a track and field trial hosted by the Indian Sports Ministry.

Published on 17th February 2020
Soha Ali Khan (Photo: IANS)

Soha Ali Khan lends her voice to an audiobook titled #coupleGoals ahead of Valentine's Day

Actress Soha Ali Khan has lent her voice to an audiobook titled #coupleGoals ahead of Valentine's Day.

Published on 12th February 2020
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Seeing of truth: Grand travelling exhibition celebrates 125 years of J Krishnamurti's teachings

J Krishnamurti is a spiritual figure you must recognise and know about — and if you don’t, here’s a great chance to catch up with the lessons from one of the finest minds in all of human history.

Published on 3rd February 2020
Jaswant Singh Kanwal (Photo: IANS)

Last rites held for 101-year-old Punjabi writer, Sahitya Akademi Awardee, Jaswant Singh Kanwal

Eminent Punjabi writer, novelist and Sahitya Akademi Awardee, Jaswant Singh Kanwal, died at his house in Dhudike village in Moga district in Punjab after a brief illness. He was 101.

Published on 2nd February 2020
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Jaipur Literature Festival 2020 brought to the fore themes of sexuality, history, technology and more. Here's what went down...

A look at the highlights of the 13th edition of the literary event

Published on 31st January 2020
Dia Mirza breaks down at JLF while talking about climate change, gets trolled

Dia Mirza breaks down at JLF 2020 in a talk about climate change, gets trolled 

Environmentalist and actress Dia Mirza has become a victim of social media trolls after she broke down at the latest edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival while speaking about climate change.
 

Published on 28th January 2020
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Hyderabad Lit Fest has begun and here’s what you can check out there tomorrow!

The guest nation in focus this time happens to be Australia.

Published on 24th January 2020
William Shakespeare (1564-1616); Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies; Published According to the True Original Copies; London: Printed by Isaac Jaggard and Ed Blount, 1623

William Shakespeare's First Folio, published in 1623, goes on tour and set for auction 

Christie’s is set to host the auction of William Shakespeare’s Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies, often referred to as the 'First Folio'.

Published on 24th January 2020

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