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Satish Gujral (Photo: IANS)

Aesthetics of silence: Remembering Satish Gujral and his mastery over human emotions and every artistic medium 

When Satish Gujral painted the Partition, it made everyone stand up and take note, including the first Indian Prime Minister Jawahar Lal Nehru.
 

Published on 29th March 2020
Satish Gujral (Photo: IANS)

Artist-architect Satish Gujral passes away at age 94, PM Modi and art world mourn the loss 

Renowned artist and architect Satish Gujral passed away late on Thursday at the age of 94.

Published on 27th March 2020
BJP turns to Ritwik Ghatak films to promote CAA

Government turns to films of Ritwik Ghatak to bolster its case over CAA protests

At a time when the country is on fire over protests against the new citizenship law, the BJP has turned to the films of famed director Ritwik Ghatak to bolster its stand.

Published on 22nd December 2019
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Bengaluru-based director Ranji David presents a theatre production about the life of painter, MF Husain

Titled MF Husain, the devised play features a cast of 40 actors

Published on 4th December 2019
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Tribute to Nabaneeta: 'A voice that spoke of the dilemma of Bengal's so-called intellectuals'

Nabaneeta Dev Sen once said she took up the pen because there was no escape for her as "everybody who came to our house, was a writer".

Published on 8th November 2019
Pomegranate chicken at Cocoa Cafe

Cocoa Cafe in Kochi boasts excellent continental fare, pleasant service and desserts

The 38-cover outlet is located on the National Highway Bypass, Chakkaraparambu

Published on 18th October 2019

Google doodle honours Amrita Pritam on 100th birth anniversary

Born in Gujranwala in what is now Pakistan, Pritam was known as the most important voice for women in Punjabi literature.

Published on 31st August 2019

Bangalore-based Theatre For Change comes to Mumbai with their production, When The Rainbow Is Enough

Adapted from American playwright Ntozake Shange’s For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide, the play brings the stories of sexual abuse, gender inequality, racism and depression faced by women

Published on 17th August 2019
Blue One Square: A WeWork building

On designing a workspace that encourages abstract thinking, creativity, collaboration and a sense of community

Organisations are looking to incorporate lessons from psychology, design studies and architecture to create workspaces that foster abstract thinking, creativity, collaboration and sense of community.

Published on 15th July 2019
Special screening of Salman Khan's Bharat hosted for families who experienced partition

Special screening of Salman Khan's Bharat hosted for families who experienced Partition

A special screening of Bharat was hosted for the families who experienced the events of 1947 and the partition, says superstar Salman Khan.
 

Published on 13th June 2019
Jaipur Literature Festival

Sixth ZEE JLF at the British Library 2019: Jaipur's grand feast of ideas returns to London

The sixth edition of ZEE JLF will be hosted at the British Library, Friday 14 - Sunday 16 June, 2019. 

Published on 5th June 2019

Ek Mulaqat Manto Se at Prithvi Theatre

Through the play, director Ashwath Bhatt explores Manto’s life, the times he lived in and the social changes he witnessed during India’s Partition.

Published on 27th May 2019
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Malvika Vaswani pushes the boundaries of sustainability with her new collection, Sisho

Armed with beetroot juice as the make-up for models and cotton dyed with food and floral waste as the apparel, each of the images of the look book was created using natural light

Published on 31st May 2019

Koushik Sen's Swapnasandhani to host a three-day theatre festival on completion of 27 years

The festival will include plays like Ekla Chawlo Re, Salesmeman’er Shawnghshar​ and Taraye Taraye 

Published on 24th May 2019
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Torani’s summer collection, Gulaabi Mela seeks to revive the forgotten history of Sindh

A coming together of colours and textures through the use of different fabrics , the collection tries to mimic the sights, sounds and colours at a mela

Published on 24th May 2019

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